AI and Machine Learning August 22, 2023

Arrays of quantum rods could enhance VR devices

MIT engineers developed a way to create these arrays by scaffolding quantum rods onto patterned DNA, which could enhance VR devices.

By Anne Trafton
PLCs, PACs September 24, 2023

PLC, SCADA upgrades improve fermentation process for winery

A California winery needed to modernize the controls for their red fermentation process with a PLC and SCADA upgrade.

By Automation Group
Digital Twins September 15, 2023

Virtual twins as a service can help manufacturers thrive

A Sept. 21 webcast examines how virtual twins can help manufacturers address supply chain and other challenges on the factory floor.

By Control Engineering
Image courtesy: Brett Sayles
Industrial PCs September 19, 2023

System combines light, electrons to generate faster, greener computing

“Lightning” system connects photons to the electronic components of computers using a novel abstraction, creating a photonic computing prototype to serve real-time machine-learning inference requests.

By Alex Shipps
Robotics September 23, 2023

Soft robot developed to navigate complex obstacles

By Matt Shipman
Process Safety September 13, 2023

Five steps for driving safety culture excellence

By Mark Breese
Courtesy: Brett Sayles, CFE Media and Technology
Cybersecurity September 21, 2023

The importance of keeping OT legacy systems secure

By Roger Chen

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