An Angus-based company which provides bespoke automation systems saw sales rise by 15% last year after an “unprecedented” amount of large business opportunities.
A robotics expo in Dundee, led by pioneering city firm SP Technology, is showcasing how automation can bring benefits to a broad range of industries.
Brilliant young minds from two Angus schools have returned from competing at a national robotics tournament providing a “once in a lifetime” experience for the pupils.
Rovop boss Steven Gray will join the line-up of speakers at the prestigious Entrepreneurial Scotland annual summit at Gleneagles on April 25.
A Dundee automation specialist has claimed more firms are embracing cutting edge robotic technology to give them a competitive edge.
His electrics shot and left to gather dust in an Abertay University lab for years, Doctor Who's iconic companion was far from his glory days travelling across time and space in the Tardis.
Abertay University students have created a robot, made out of Lego, which can solve a Rubik's Cube in under two minutes.
The benefits of artificial intelligence (AI) are evident, but is it also a threat to the very existence of humanity? Michael Alexander sought the opinions of experts.
Dundee and Angus College opened its doors to primary and secondary students in a series of short events to introduce young people to computer science.
From growing up in Fife to being selected to work for US President Barack Obama, renowned American astronomer Professor Anneila Sargent tells Michael Alexander about her remarkable career.