Automation & Control News & Articles
Breaking Free From Batteries: Industrial “Internet of Things” Platform Built on Battery-Free Sensors
- by Zach Winn
Everactive presents the factory of the future, batteries not included.
- by Michael Brooks
Asset Performance Management 4.0 (APM 4.0) must assure all assets perform their intended duty as efficiently as possible for its whole lifecycle with minimal risks.
Columbia/Okura LLC is pleased to announce the miniPAL®, a collaborative palletizer featuring the UR10e robot, has been certified and added to the Universal Robots UR+ Applications Program.
Paul Cooke, President & CEO of Bosch Rexroth North America, will retire on Dec. 31, 2020. His successor as of Dec. 1, 2020, will be Greg Gumbs, most recently VP & GM Electrical Automation Solutions at EATON Corporation.
- by Eric Felkel
Today, high precision metrology solutions must be sourced carefully to ensure that they represent the best fit for particular industrial applications.
Research reveals nearly three-quarters of manufacturers are now working remotely and reporting they are "optimistic toward the future."
- by Ed Mullen
- Case Study
Similar to other jobs that are dirty, dull, and dangerous for human workers (the 3Ds), and that require highly consistent and reliable outcomes, the “new normal” of disinfection is ripe for automation.
New ARC Advisory Group research on the global Human-machine Interface (HMI) Software and Services market reveals that Industrial Internet of Things (IoT) and other global trends drive the market.
- by Melissa Landon
Women in Manufacturing (WiM) has inducted 15 women into its inaugural Women in Manufacturing Hall of Fame.
- by Olivier Pauzet
Beecham Research published a survey of IoT adopters which found that 58% of respondents stated their IoT project was either mostly unsuccessful or not successful. Why is that?