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With widespread application in a plethora of industries such as medical, healthcare, aerospace, packaging, household appliances, construction, and more, the plastic industry has quickly become one of the most evolving businesses today. In fact, the industry is projected to double its business, producing more than 600 million metric tons of plastic products in the upcoming decade. To bolster the ever-increasing demand of plastic products, today, plastic technology vendors are incorporating innovative technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics into their plastic manufacturing solutions. By leveraging AI and machine learning, companies hope to simplify the manufacturing and maintenance cycles of plastic products faster. In addition, integrating robotics into plastic products is facilitating the development of faster and precise manufacturing processes.
Eric Hutchinson, CEO, Spirent Communications
The Internet of Things will mean billions of devices communicating without human intervention.
Nir Eyal, Blogger of Product Psychology, nirandfar.com
The manufacturing sector presents security challenges of a unique nature due to customized industrial control systems, supervisory control and data acquisition systems.
Jim Davis, Vice Provost - Information Technology & CTO UCLA, Co-Founder Smart Manufacturing Leadership Coalition, University of California, Los Angeles
The explosion of connected devices and data is surely a CIO’s nightmare with today’s views of cyber security and enterprise systems.
David Tossell, VP - Travel & Hospitality, DataArt
Forward-thinking hoteliers must now consider the “digital guest experience” as part of their customer engagement and capital investment strategies.
Vincent Poon, Regional Principal, Design - Digital Integration, Unispace
3D reality capturing with real-time virtual reality (VR) visualization, and overlaying them on planning and delivery platforms used across the lifetime of a project, we can now create a seamless technology ecosystem that meaning fully brings a
Scott Maurer, Global product manager for factory-assembled products at SPX Cooling Technologies, Inc
New technology advancements provide up to 50 percent more cooling capacity, greater energy and installation savings, fewer components and easier maintenance.
Daphne Jones, CIO & SVP, Hospira
Product quality and customer service are incredibly important not just for the success of our business but for the millions of patients and healthcare providers around that world that depend on our products to ensure well-being.
Marco Waas, Director RD&I and Technology, Industrial Chemicals, Nouryon
The chemical industry is in the early stages of a major transformation in the way it carries out manufacturing.
Michael Risse, Vice President, Seeq Corporation
Whatever the expression—IoT, IIoT (Industrial IoT), IoE (Everything), Industrial Internet—there’s a monolithic sense to its use, as if it denotes a sudden and universal departure from past practices.
Daniel Cavallin, CIO, Celistics
One of the main challenges in the supply chain industry is the data consolidation. Very often, not all the links of a chain are directed by the same entity, and as a consequence, each one uses a different code to refer to the same products or
David Bruemmer, CEO and Cofounder, 5D Robotics Inc
A key performance driver is the ability to drive a predictable, precise path such that the vehicle stays at all times on the right hand side of a sidewalk, path or bike lane.