Articles & News on Smart Manufacturing & Industry 4.0
- by Mr. Sumit Prasad
This article discusses five potential use-cases that Blockchain based Intellectual Property Management presents in the current state of intellectual property industry.
AVEVA Achieves Microsoft Gold Application Development Competency and Silver Cloud Platform, Data Analytics, and Data Center Competencies
AVEVA earns distinction and market leadership through demonstrated technology success and customer commitment.
- by Stewart Beer
In a wireless age, the use of cables may be losing its function in some industries, however for others, the role they play is as important as ever. In the case of the manufacturing, as technology becomes increasingly integrated, so does the prominence of cables.
Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., announced the Qualcomm® IoT Services Suite, which delivers comprehensive, end-to-end, IoT as a Service (IoTaaS) solutions to enable the digital transformation of smart cities and smart connected spaces globally.
Endress+Hauser presents a digital event to discuss how the vision of Industry 4.0 in the process industry will become a reality.
Silicon Valley Robotics, the world’s largest cluster of innovation in robotics, announces the inaugural 'Good Robot Industry Awards, celebrating the robotics, automation and Artificial Intelligence (AI) that will help us solve global challenges.
- by Bill Lydon
Discrete and process manufacturers constantly struggle to create integrated manufacturing systems using disparate automation systems within a facility. Amazon Web Services now provides a flexible and open solution for achieving effective holistic operations, from sensor to enterprise.
Merger expands virtual prototyping and advanced engineering simulation capabilities of inflow technology subsidiary.
Industry leaders to provide guidance on global implementation of software-defined power.
- by Matthew Dyson
Smart buildings promise automated control of the buildings' operations, along with integrated technology for human-machine interactions. Such functionality requires multiple sensors, to which printed/flexible electronics are very well suited due to their low weight and thin-film form factor.
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