AI and Machine Learning May 21, 2024

How to transform manufacturing four ways with AI

Automate 2024: Artificial intelligence (AI) helps engineering, data analysis, programming, troubleshooting in manufacturing, according to Microsoft and OPC Foundation.

By Mark T. Hoske
Automation May 22, 2024

Arduino touts industrial line, interoperability at Automate

Guneet Bedi of Arduino promoted how open-source technology and platforms can help drive technology and innovation at the Automate Show 2024 in Chicago. The company also promoted its industrial line and the benefits of interoperability.

By Gary Cohen
Digital Twins April 26, 2024

Digital twin capabilities periodic table released

The Digital Twin Capabilities Periodic Table (CPT) is an architecture and technology agnostic requirements definition framework for digital twin use.

By Digital Twin Consortium (DTC)
Manufacturing IT, MES May 20, 2024

Picking the right MES or automation solution for a life sciences application

Life sciences manufacturers have more automation options than ever, but choosing the right manufacturing execution system (MES) or software-as-a-service (SaaS) solution to streamline and improve operations is not as difficult as it may seem.

By Christian Berg
Robotics May 16, 2024

Controlling shape-shifting soft robots effectively

By Adam Zewe
Motors and Drives May 15, 2024

Power quality, harmonics: How to select a variable frequency drive (VFD)

By Lucas Paruch
Process Instrumentation and Sensors May 22, 2024

Benefits of using mixing valves in processing, industrial applications

By Christine Tarlecki
Workforce Development May 21, 2024

Digital transformation initiatives in U.S. manufacturing continue to grow

By Manufacturers' Alliance

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