The Role of Technology in Manufacturing
Dennis Hodges, CIO, Inteva Products
Technology-The Key to Achieve Extraordinary Visual Experience
Glenn Pinnel, VP, CIO, Benjamin Moore & Co.
The Pros and Cons of Local and Global Sourcing
Steve Ilmrud, VP, Operations, Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence
Managing Information Technology- A Race to the Finish
Joe Iannello, VP & CIO, Capital Metro
The chronicle of image processing and machine vision systems dates back to 1950. However, it was only a matter of time before intelligent vision systems soaked up sophistication to outperform humans at recognizing the errors in the manufacturing processes that were often overlooked or classified as irrelevant by human eye. From face and object recognition, traffic flows optimization, food inspection, waste separation and recycling to playing the game of Go, machine vision is embedded in almost everything around us today.
Billy Ingram, Director of Lean Product Development, Interface [NASDAQ: TILE]
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Jeff Cotrupe, Industry Director, Frost and Sullivan
As recently as 18 months ago, most of the conversations manufacturing companies were having with us at Stratecast’s Big Data & Analytics .
Manesh Patel, CIO & SVP, Sanmina Corp
When I started my career in information technology 30 years ago, I was lucky to win a position with a global manufacturing giant—one of the largest automotive OEMs in the world.
Mark Lalley, VP & CIO, UTC Climate, Controls & Security And Ed Dunn, VP, Supply Chain, and Ken Erickson, VP, Manufacturing Operations, UTC Climate, Controls & Security
How do you move the world forward? We happen to work for a company that does it quite literally through its Otis elevators.
Jim McCoy, CIO, Raytheon
When you walk into the factories at Raytheon Missile Systems in Tucson, Arizona, don’t be surprised to find robots working side-by-side with humans on the production lines.
David Tamayo, CIO, DCS Corporation
In the early 1990’s Juarez, Mexico, I was interviewing local management of a large multinational corporation.
Kevin Glynn, VP & CIO, DSC Logistics
Our work in supply chain is changing rapidly as we implement new technology.
Hans Thalbauer, SVP, IoT and Digital Supply Chain, SAP
The logistics and manufacturing industries are undergoing a revolution driven by digital transformation. Internet of Things (IoT), machine learning, and blockchain all promise to completely alter how companies conduct business.
Michele C. D’Alessandro, VP & CIO, Manufacturing IT, Merck [NYSE:MRK]
While the marriage of the physical world of pharmaceutical manufacturing and the cyber world is complex and challenging, it is also exciting for anybody fortunate enough to focus on it.
Sri Adusumilli, VP, CIO, IT, Centric Parts StopTech Qualis
In this article, I want to explore how and why we need to leverage information technology to enable business and key performance indicators to measure its success.
ProcessPro, a developer of mid-market ERP software solution for manufacturers has announced that Brody Chemical, a provider of commercial chemical products for automotive.