Data access and ownership - the new challenge.
David Ryder, Vice President, Digital Innovation, discusses the new challenge in asset intensive industries
The path from data to insight
Could you generate more valuable insights from your asset data? Dr Philip Knaute, our data science lead, discusses the importance of data science combined with deep industry expertise
Portable Printing: How do you ship a factory?
Additive manufacturing (AM) has already revolutionized the area of industrial design and prototyping. Could replacement parts be next?
Major European welding procedure standard updated.
Europe's most used standard for welding procedure qualifications (WPQ), EN ISO 15614-1 has been significantly amended as of the end of July 2017.
Bringing food safety, supply and sustainability to life.
At LR, we don’t just do food assurance; we’re exploring alternative food sources to feed the world sustainably
Tailoring brand protection for the food and drink sector
Our customised assurance services are non-accredited, brand protection programmes and assessment schemes to provide a holistic and integrated approach to the assurance requirements of the organisation.
Why risk management should underpin a cyber security strategy.
With the management of risk being part of LR’s DNA for almost 260 years, we spoke to Rowland Johnson, CEO at Nettitude, about some of the key areas that organisations should think about when addressing their cyber security needs.
Real-time assurance and predictive insight from LR Assist
Many challenges are facing the food supply chain including food fraud and emerging pathogens. At Lloyd’s Register, we recognise that digitalisation can support this key area – from individual farmers to global food brands.
The clock is ticking; transitioning to ISO 14001:2015
The September 2018 deadline for organisations to transition to the revised international environmental management system [EMS] standard ISO 14001:2015 is fast approaching.
Disruptive technology; why it matters
With the population set to reach 8.5bn by 2030, food organisations worldwide are exploring new technologies and methods to ensure safe and sustainable supply chains.