Technology

This topic contains articles on e-procurement, artificial intelligence, robotics the ‘internet of things’ and big data, as well as advice on buying IT goods and services.

Nestlé said it would extend the service to its pulp, paper and soya supply chains “at a later stage”. ©Adobe Stock
Nestlé to use satellites to detect palm oil deforestation
The HP Metal Jet has a printing bed size of 430 x 320 x 200mm ©HP Development Company, L.P
VW to use 3D printing in mass production
A children's hip measurement mat is one of the innovative products introduced to the NHS by Trustech
Lessons in how to select innovations with impact
Milk is one of the world's most popular commodities ©kiankhoon/123RF
Global focus on… milk
Tokyo is one of several cities in Japan with smart-city strategies ©Tierney - stock.adobe.com
Smart cities special: cities in action
Move UK’s fleet of cars is driving around Greenwich in South East London ©Julia Claxton
Smart cities special: self-driving cars
City of London’s smart lighting aims to complement the look of historic buildings and save energy ©Speirs+Major/Culture Mile
Smart cities special: six steps for smart city procurement
Six ways to avoid software implementation burn-out ©Lumina Imaging/Getty Images
Six ways to survive a procurement technology implementation
There are many apps available that can help save money and time  ©Volvo
The apps that cut the cost of fleet
Find your ambassadors and let them spread the word for the new tools
Getting stakeholder buy-in for new tech
Rotterdam's serene public space that stops plastic reaching the ocean
Recycled islands to triangular wheels… a world of innovation
Data mining can make predictions about future events ©mackoflower/123RF
Tech briefing: predictive analytics
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