Courtesy: Jeff Fitlow/Rice University
Sensors, Vision April 26, 2021

Touchless temperature sensor developed

A touchless temperature sensor using infrared light to take a person's body temperature to detect COVID-19 and more has been developed by Rice University engineers. See video.

By Mike Williams
Automation May 6, 2021

Automation built for resiliency

Resilient automation products and practices are a necessity for most industrial applications using sensors, wiring, power distribution, controllers, networks, actuators and software integrated into an automation system.

By Bill Dehner
Courtesy: Patti Engineering
Simulators, Optimizers May 5, 2021

Five technologies that can help manufacturers evolve after COVID-19

There are many currently available technologies that can help keep manufacturers productive right away as everyone adjusts to the new normal.

By Patti Engineering
Courtesy: CFE Media and Technology
Business of Engineering May 4, 2021

Manufacturing index stays strong in April

The purchasing manufacturers' index hits 60.7% in April as new orders, production and employment continue to grow for manufacturing.

By Chris Vavra
Courtesy: CFE Media and Technology
Robotics May 6, 2021

Robot sales have strong start for 2021

By Association for Advancing Automation (A3)
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Automation April 30, 2021

How industrial automation can benefit from 5G

By PI North America
Courtesy: Mesoscale Materials Science Group, Rice University
AI and Machine Learning May 5, 2021

Neural nets used to rethink material design for batteries, more

By Mike Williams
Image courtesy: Brett Sayles
Cybersecurity April 29, 2021

Throwback Attack: Lessons from the Aurora vulnerability

By Daniel E. Capano
Workforce Development April 16, 2021

How remote working helps people share knowledge, experiences

By Jean Huang