As old technologies shake up old manufacturing models, Fortune Global 500 mainstay Mitsubishi Heavy Industries is getting ready for the next industrial revolution.
The excellence of Japanese aerospace technology is widely recognized, yet original airliner development has taken a back seat since the YS-11 turboprop airliner flew for the first time in 1962.
Beside the Pan-American Highway, almost 600km (375 miles) north of Santiago, Chile’s capital, lies El Romero, the largest solar-energy plant in Latin America and among the dozen biggest in the world.
It’s an exciting albeit confusing and risky age for the energy sector, as researchers turn to new sources for clean, renewable forms of energy.
Earlier this month (This article was first published on October 17 2016 on https://qz.com/807828.) the first fleet of autonomous vehicles offered rides for the first time.

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