As the modern day shop floor turns into a technology hub, filled with automated equipment, electronic control, and sensors, the interconnected devices increase quality, flexibility, and efficiency.
A steady decline in the revenue from new product sales have been pushing Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) to offer aftermarket services—providing parts, repair, maintenance and online services for their products.
Cloud-based inventory management provides visibility, which is critical for planning replenishment to meet customer expectations and seasonal or even unexpected changes in demand.
The success of the research enables the optical effect of coating systems to be better adjusted as per the customer requirements through local adaptation of the optical function.
With modern technologies surfacing, the adoption of IoT is gradually expanding. Meanwhile, modern IoT standards are being adopted and altered to solve the interoperability issues among the networked devices.
A contract-packaging provider can help organizations on a journey toward an attractive, space efficient, and easy-to-open package.
With various technological advancements, it has now become faster and easier than ever to add persistent, granular usage controls to data, helping organizations better tackle breaches while addressing the government regulations efficiently.
According to Robert Dahlstrom, CEO of the software-empowered aerial robotics company Apellix, drones can be considered as flying computers, which are therefore software.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is by no means an alien concept. It has been around for a while now.
IoT, Manufacturing, Industrial Benefits