- by Max Versace
At the height of the pandemic, the world was facing a state of emergency, the manufacturing industry was in crisis, and the global supply chain was on the brink of destruction. With factories in danger of being shut down worldwide and social distancing mandates in place, the demand for new technologies—and AI, in particular—skyrocketed.
"Knowledge increases when it is shared"–following this maxim, IDS is making its expertise as one of the leading manufacturers of digital industrial cameras free of charge and directly accessible on a new platform.
AMETEK Surface Vision now offers remote training courses to provide safe, convenient instructions on how to get the best performance from its industry-leading online surface inspection solutions.
- by Claudia Jarret
Claudia Jarret, US country manager at EU Automation, explains that if manufacturers want to emerge stronger from the COVID-19 crisis, they mustn’t overlook the importance of reskilling their workforce for maximum economic recovery.
AVEVA Unified Learning boosts operator expertise with OEG Knowledge Library Content to support the shift to remote industrial worker learning as a result of COVID-19 pandemic.
- by Melissa Landon
Honeywell announced the creation of the Immersive Field Simulator, a virtual reality training tool designed to produce a detailed facsimile of an industrial plant’s facility down to each pump, valve and touch screen.
ProMat will continue to deliver the unrivaled solution-sourcing, education and networking it is known for through a state-of-the-art digital expo–ProMat Digital Experience (ProMatDX).
Constellium Announces a Partnership with Project MFG to Empower the Future Generation of American Manufacturing
Constellium has agreed to join Project MFG as a Technology Partner for its Next Generation Manufacturing Challenge Series.
In its ongoing support of the manufacturing technology community, IMTS–The International Manufacturing Technology Show launched a virtual Miles For Manufacturing (M4M) event in October— continuing through March 2021—that is designed to fund community-based organizations that champion under-represented, under-served students who participate in STEM and robotics programs in schools, in addition to directly funding STEM and FIRST™ robotics programs.
NUM’s Taiwan subsidiary has donated a complete CNC hardware and software package to the National Formosa University in Huwei.
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