By the end of this decade, to deliver a low carbon global economy, everything we make will need to be completely re-imagined and re-engineered.
The global engineering landscape is shifting. Shorter product development times, faster routes to market and the need for through-life product sustainability for some of the most complex products the world has ever seen provides us with an exciting opportunity.
To maintain engineering leadership, UK businesses need to develop new ways of working that enable agility, flexibility and competitive advantage, that will support future generations socially, economically and sustainably.
Engineers are working out what tools to use, what technologies to invest in and how to exploit vast quantities of data captured at every stage. The digital revolution is fundamentally changing the way engineers work, developing new skills. There are few test-grounds to explore and test technologies and processes without disrupting current production line pressure. This is where Digital Engineering Technology & Innovation (DETI) comes in.