June 2016 Issue
Changes to the oil and gas industry in the United States have put pressure on transmission companies to optimize their systems, add flexibility and respond more quickly to a fluctuating industry landscape.
The increasing need to provide customers traceability for the parts it was producing motivated the company to further support these efforts.
A powerful undercurrent in the ongoing digital transformation of manufacturing is the integration of design, simulation and production software tools.
The promise and opportunities that the future offers are astounding. Truly unprecedented. But we deliberately have to manage toward mañana.
Fabricators of novelty products—fake vomit, Whoopee Cushions and the like—will employ smart technologies just as commonly as surgical-device makers do.
Open sourcing and support for publish/subscribe communication functionality increase applicability to the cloud side of Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) systems
Despite plans to invest in machines and artificial intelligence, many automotive and industrial-equipment companies are failing to implement measures needed to harness these capabilities.
Leaders argue for freer trade between the U.S. and Europe