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Technology Is Disrupting Manufacturing, But It’s Also Offering New Opportunities for Workers and Companies To Thrive Manufacturers today face significant challenges due to disruption from technology, generational change, worker retraining and international pressures. These challenges present manufacturers with more opportunities than

Smart manufacturing systems are designed and deployed under the assumption that they will be isolated from both the outside world and the rest of the corporate network. On one hand, this does not necessarily mean that remote attackers should not

Every day, another challenge arises and the growing impact of COVID-19 has left most companies rushing to implement new processes to minimize operational impact. Remote working has become the new norm; but for certain jobs, especially within the manufacturing industry,

As global competitive pressures have driven changes and higher expectations for manufacturing organizations, enterprise technology in manufacturing must respond at an accelerated pace today. Largely the result of fundamental changes enabled by transformative technologies, new and novel opportunities for industrial

Internet of Things is no more a technological breakthrough. Industrial applications have been faster in adoption of IoT and it has been playing a significant role for businesses that requires internal tracking, attaining near to zero error with less manual

There are an endless number of buzzwords in the technology industry at any given moment.  We’ve all heard more than enough about the Cloud, the Edge and the Internet of Things (IoT) for the past several years. However, there still

The EMO Hannover, Germany, is the world's third largest machine tool market taking place this year in Hannover, Germany, September 16-21, 2019. Last week, I had the opportunity to travel to Hannover, Germany, to get a preview of the show

For manufacturers, managing the supply chain from beginning to end has been like traveling two superhighways interrupted by a long stretch of dirt road. Manufacturers have benefited from increasingly powerful tools for demand planning and logistics management – the first and

Edge computing means faster response times, increased reliability and security. A lot has been said about how the Internet of Things ( IoT ) is revolutionizing the manufacturing world. Many studies have already predicted more than 50 billion devices will be