Manufacturing IT, MES
Duke University electrical engineers are using machine learning to design dielectric metamaterials that absorb and emit specific frequencies of terahertz radiation, which could create new, sustainable types of thermal energy harvesters and lighting.
Collaborative programs benefit employers, colleges, and students.
A West Virginia University chemical engineer is tapping into artificial intelligence (AI) to prolong the lives of power plant boilers.
Northwestern Engineering researchers have developed two new algorithms that can infer the topology of a network by observing the behavior of the individual nodes (such as neurons) in real time, which could help improve swarm robotics, which use collaborative manipulation to work together.
Complex augmented reality (AR) could soon find everyday use on assembly lines, in operating rooms and in the classroom as technology advances.
Are there connections between advanced process control (APC) and data analytics? Recent developments in the field of information technology (IT) and its use in the manufacturing world provide insights.
thyssenkrupp Materials IoT GmbH (tkMIoT) has been created to connect machinery and digitalize processes for other companies.
The artificial intelligence of things (AIoT) is creating great value for manufacturers and other companies by combining the internet and AI.
Rapid growth of data collection make rapid expansion of digital twins more likely to add automation, supply chain efficiencies and optimization.
Leveraging a mobile human-machine interface (HMI) strategy can help an organization’s digital transformation by improving operations and a company’s overall digital intelligence.