Where to find the best engineering insight

Engineering blog | Engineering resource | Engineering advice
Keeping up with the latest trends, news and technology is vital to make sure your business can adapt to keep pace with customer expectations. To make it easy, we’re going to collate a list of the best engineering blogs we find in the course of our engineering PR work right here. We’ll keep this amazingly useful list up-to-date as we find more. You’re welcome.

By Kirsty McMahon, junior account manager

Make sure you bookmark this page, memorise the URL or download the Pocket app or web extension — a super tool to save interesting finds to read at your own convenience when you have time to spare.

For general engineering trends, useful advice and back to basic guides, you can’t go wrong with Engineering.com. The blog is loaded with articles explaining how to get the most out of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and what artificial intelligence (AI) means for the future of engineering. There is also plenty of sector-specific insight and other useful resources like webinars and videos.

The well-respected trade magazine Eureka extends its design engineering resource to a blog that covers the opinions and views of industry leaders from across the engineering spectrum. Focussed exclusively on issues of relevance to the design engineering community. You’ll find plenty to Pocket here.

Run by industry-leading obsolescence management company, EU Automation, this automation blog features opinion and advice from a company on the frontlines of engineering. Articles on this blog cover the future of automation, Eco Obsolete Technology (EOT) and guides to help engineering and manufacturing businesses leverage new technology to stay ahead of the pack.

If there is an engineering blog that you think is the bees knees, please let me know at kirsty@stonejunction.co.uk or call me on +44 (0)1785 225416 and we’ll add it to the list. 

Kirsty McMahon

Stone Junction is a cool technical PR agency based in Stafford. We work for all sorts of businesses, with a particular focus on technology, technical and engineering companies. We like being sent cake and biscuits by clients, journalists and prospects.

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