Articles & News on Smart Manufacturing & Industry 4.0
Waylay Announces New Organizational Structure to Enter its Next Phase of Growth and Global Expansion
Three distinct business units reflect Waylay’s evolvement into a global organization and create a growth roadmap in enterprise automation.
Deutsche Messe AG becomes a partner in the Test Field Lower Saxony consortium with the 5G exhibition center. This makes it part of a group consisting of the federal state of Lower Saxony, companies from Lower Saxony and research institutions that are working closely together and with joint financing to set up a test field in Lower Saxony.
Combination of technical certifications, real-world consulting expertise and a solid team generates top recognition.
AVEVA and OSIsoft Combine to Unlock Potential of Data to Drive Increased Performance for Industrial Organizations
AVEVA has joined forces with OSIsoft to meet the expanding information management needs of industrial companies and accelerate their digital transformation.
- by Martin Smith
Here, Martin Smith, MD at adi Environmental, part of the multi-disciplinary engineering business adi Group, discusses how manufacturers can benefit from the use of water boreholes, as they seek to drive down costs and go green amidst an economic crisis.
- by Bill Lydon
During the 2021 Hannover Messe Digital Edition Preview event, experts, associations, research organizations and suppliers presented their ideas and technologies for factories, energy systems and supply chains supporting “Industrial Transformation” theme.
To ensure that the mass vaccination against the coronavirus does not fail because of the container, the producers of the vials are massively ramping up their production so as not to become the proverbial bottleneck in the supply chain.
- by John Hayes
Autonomous lift trucks, also called autonomous forklifts or autonomous reach trucks, are gaining accuracy through 3D camera technology, which gathers 20-30 times more data than 2D perception to deliver higher pick/drop accuracy (+/-10mm).
With the Covid-19 pandemic putting thousands of traditional retail workers’ and customers’ health at risk, business innovators turn to AI-powered technology for potential solutions.
Funds will be used to scale up manufacturing, the team, and materials development programs.
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