Articles & News on Smart Manufacturing & Industry 4.0

225 Years of Bosch Rexroth: From a Water-Driven Forge to a Digital High-Tech Pioneer

  • News

This global drive and control technologies company delivers, powerful and safe movements in machines and systems, and is a driver for the digital transformation of automation technologies including hydraulics, electric drives and control systems, and mobile electronics.

20 Years of Leading Innovations in Open Network Technology with the CLPA

  • News

November 2020 marks a significant milestone for the CC-Link Partner Association (CLPA), as the organization will celebrate its 20th anniversary.

Ternium Expands Adoption of Falkonry Operational AI for Steel Predictive Operational Excellence

  • News

Innovation leaders collaborate to accelerate reduction of planned and unplanned downtime across steel production operations.

WDBC Executive Director Mark E. Alpert Receives the Design-Build Industry’s Highest Distinction

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The Design-Build Institute of America (DBIA) has named Water Design-Build Council (WDBC) Executive Director Mark Alpert, PE, as one of the five industry leaders chosen for the 2020 Class of DBIA Fellows.

Ivanti and Avast Business Integrate Patch Management Tech into Security Platforms for Small Businesses

  • News

OEM partnership benefits SMBs and IT service providers looking to simplify endpoint security with automated vulnerability patching.

Robots Partnering with Humans: At APT Industrial Factory, 4.0 is Already a Reality

  • News

What will the factory of the future be like? How will it be organized? To answer these and many other questions about the Industry 4.0 production model, all it takes is a trip to the FPT Industrial Driveline plant in Turin, dedicated to the production of transmissions and axles for heavy equipment.

Parsable Brings Connected Worker Technology to Suntory Smart Factory

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Parsable’s Connected Worker Platform will be deployed at Suntory's new Smart Factory model plant in Omachi, Nagano prefecture, Japan.

COVID-19: An Unexpected Re-Route for Future Mobility?

  • by Nick Tebbutt
  • Feature

For some time now, the future mobility vision–in which totally autonomous vehicles are an everyday reality and shared mobility services are widely adopted–has been heralded as the future of mass transport. However, as the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has inexplicably changed transport behaviour, both at a consumer and commercial level, the consensus is that it will significantly impact the shape of tomorrow’s strategy.

Schneider Electric's Annette Clayton Elected as NEMA Board of Governors Chair

  • News

NEMA welcomes officers from Southwire Company, Phoenix Contact and Siemens USA.

Industrial Internet Consortium Shows How to Use IoT for Protection Against COVID-19

  • News

This edition of The IIC Journal of Innovation shows how IoT will play a crucial role in helping IT organizations adjust to the “new normal,” from working at home to social distancing.