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Highlights: The Baby Show 2014

There are certain challenges to bringing-up-baby in the city, whether it’s London, Paris, New York, Tokyo or Seoul – from negotiating your way around public transport to being able to sterilize on the go without having to carry around a plethora of bulky equipment, and even smaller space living. In our blog this week we’ll be taking a look at some of the smart solutions for the ‘Urban Baby’ featured at The Baby Show this year at London’s ExCel, and how the theme spans across categories from transport to feeding on-the go.

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Not so plain Planes – Part 3

Doesn’t it always happen… there I was bemoaning the fact that modern aircraft look so boring in Not so plain Planes – Part 1 and then fate plays its tricks! Graham Lacy, PDD’s Technical Director, and I were sitting having a drink with a business associate one evening after DSEI at London ExCeL recently. We were close to London City Airport and had become accustomed to the sound of aircraft regularly taking off and climbing overhead, but one aircraft stood out from the others with a higher-pitched, almost whining sound.

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Sustainable, convenient and competitive – The Future of Transport

Taken from our latest Extract magazine, this post examines the future of transport from a tech and innovation perspective. From public transport to manufacturing, we take a look at the future of an industry continuously striving for optimum efficiency.

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A Green Plastic Dream

A plastic airplane with productions problems; perhaps the future of aviation is not as one might have expected. Nonetheless, with the ANA launch of the much awaited (three years overdue) Boeing 787 Dreamliner (image from Extra Vaganzi) earlier this week, airlines and aircraft manufacturers have good reason to be satisfied – at least for now.

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Frankfurt Motor Show followed by the Goodwood Revival Weekend

What a week! Frankfurt Motor Show followed by the Goodwood Revival Weekend – a truly multi-sensory experience for anyone with a drop of petrol in their veins. Tristram Keech (Principal of ID at PDD) tells us more… and it’s not just about cars.

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Electric Blue Fashion

Land speed record attempts allow for pure uncompromising design. The goal is clear and the rulebook simple. Typically development is cooperative, open and a show case for engineering.

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