Research company Gartner predicts that half of large industrial companies will be using digital twins to improve productivity by 2021. Here Jonathan Wilkins, director at industrial automation parts supplier EU Automation, explains the important... Read more

Plants have increasingly scrapped keyboards and mice on the shop floor in favour of a more responsive human machine interface (HMI) approach. Against this backdrop, Ian Brett, area sales manager at industrial automation provider Novotek UK and... Read more

Industry is changing a lot these days. New concepts and systems pop-up continuously, and due to companies’ need to implement the best technology, a lot of things will change in a relatively short span of time... Read more

Urban planners depend on data to learn about housing trends, transportation habits, the most frequently used areas and more. Entire smart cities are based on data science and IoT and it won’t be long before data is the primary element that helps... Read more

With, Buyers and CNC Manufacturers can digitise their work processes and benefit significantly. Buyers gain direct access to available capacity, and Manufacturers find available CNC orders instantly – locally, nationally or globally. Read more

Artificial intelligence (AI) is making its presence felt in every aspect of our daily lives—from the new breed of virtual assistants in our homes, to the spam filters that eliminate unwanted spam emails from our inboxes. As AI algorithms—and the... Read more

With the spectacular four-year bull run of pharmaceutical and biotech valuations from 2011-2015 over, manufacturers understand that their need to adapt is more urgent than ever before. Here, George Walker, managing director of Novotek UK and... Read more

The smart factory is now an integral part of Industry 4.0 and Atlas Copco is taking its smart factory vision to the next level. The company's new project “Smart Connected Assembly – Powered by data”  addresses the various difficulties... Read more

The Czech company ZAT, a producer of control systems for power engineering and industry, has enhanced its competences in the field of information technologies with the acquisition of a subsidiary company, Definity Systems. Read more

Every plant has its unique lifecycle, which sees both equipment and employees evolve over time. Industry 4.0 has expedited this evolution, with new technologies leading to increased productivity, improved efficiency and decreased costs. Read more

IoT Breakthrough has chosen Rockwell Automation as winner of the 'Overall IoT Company the Year' award in the global 2019 IoT Breakthrough Awards program. Read more

The practice of serialisation sees uniquely identifiable codes being printed onto product packaging and labels, with data aggregation through primary and secondary packaging enabling the flow of goods from manufacturer to consumer to be tracked effic Read more

‘Smart factories are revolutionising manufacturing.’ That’s the claim of many tech and industry experts who believe that optimising the manufacturing process to create an integrated and collaborative process will bring about the world’s next industri Read more

Smart in, a company from Katowice, a part of the INTROL Group – one of the largest Polish engineering holding companies – is Poland’s leading provider of the IT services, auditing and consulting in the fields of Smart City, Smart Region and IoT. Read more

Industry 4.0 can be defined as the adoption of automation and data exchange in manufacturing technologies.  It includes cyberphysical systems, the Internet of Things (IoT), cloud computing, and cognitive computing. Read more

They can with simulation aided design solutions says Tatu Karvinen, Managing Director of Finnish Insight Engineering firm Convergentia. Read more

Lloyd Spindler from Ascom UK answers some key questions on how workflow technology can enable manufacturers to boost productivity. Read more

Brian Foster, Head of Industry Finance at Siemens Financial Services in the UK, considers how digitalised technology will transform the UK’s manufacturing industry and how new financing methods are key to this development. Read more

IoT infrastructure security firm Tosibox Oy of Finland has appointed world-renowned cyber security expert Jarno Limnéll as its new Chief Executive Officer. Read more

Nearly all of the motor technology that we still use today was invented over a period of seventy years from 1820–1890, with the first commutated DC electric motor invented by British scientist William Sturgeon in 1833. Read more

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