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Five Trends for Manufacturing's Fourth Wave: Industry 4.0 Essentials for Global Operations Leaders
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Francois Barbier, President, Global Operations and Components, Flex

Welcome to Industry 4.0, a term coined in 2011 by Henning Kagermann, the head of the German Academy of Science and Engineering. This new fourth wave is powered by advancements that include smart manufacturing, robotics, artificial intelligence,...

Five Trends for Manufacturing's Fourth Wave: Industry 4.0 Essentials for Global Operations Leaders
Manufacturingtechnologyinsights >> cxoinsights

Francois Barbier, President, Global Operations and Components, Flex

Welcome to Industry 4.0, a term coined in 2011 by Henning Kagermann, the head of the German Academy of Science and Engineering. This new fourth wave is powered by advancements that include smart manufacturing, robotics, artificial intelligence,...

Journey from Intelligent Automation (IA) to Artificial Intelligence (AI)
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Sanjay Choubey, VP-IT, Briggs & Stratton

Imagine it’s Thursday night, the kids have soccer practice and you’re always looking for a place to pick-up dinner on the way home. The kids love pasta, your spouse prefers salad, and you’re craving your favorite burger. But the...

3D Printing in Education: Coping with the Decline of Student Interest in Science
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Tan Hoang, 3Dponics Inc.

Science and innovation have always been the key drivers of a country's economic expansion. And while the U.S has historically been a leader in these fields, over the past few years, the lack of student interest in science, technology,...

Can You Manufacture Quality Lifescience Products Without Mes? The Case For Mes In Fda Regulated Industries
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Daniel R. Matlis, President, Axendia

Life-Science companies have been implementing manufacturing information systems for over 30 years. These systems were often part of automated manufacturing initiatives aimed at increasing product quality and lowering manufacturing costs. For many...

Seven Attributes of Big Data 2.0: My Advice for CIOs
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Scott Gnau, CTO, Hortonworks

When Web 2.0 was coined, it was about new design patterns and business models emerging from the bubbles and shakeouts of subsequent computing revolutions. The term worked for everyone. It took off and became a meme that, to this day, others are...

Polymaker and Covestro Unveils New Range of Polycarbonate-Based 3D Printing Materials
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FREMONT, CA: Polymaker, a producer of high-quality filament for Extrusion-Based Desktop 3D printers releases Polymaker PC, a new line of polycarbonate-based materials. The new material family incorporates Polymaker PC-Plus and PC-Max, which...

oConsulting: Lean 4.0 - Objectives tell the way
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Katarina Hachmöller, Partner

A global, boutique consulting firm focused on improving performance to achieve objectives with clients in regulated environments

Oerlikon AM [SIX:OERL]: Industrializing Additive Manufacturing
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Kartik Rao, Head of Marketing

Provides customized additive manufacturing solutions along the entire value chain at a global level

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