A practical solution for limited staffing adds assurance at the edge.
Interact Analysis reports a slow recovery for many countries' manufacturing industries due to an uneven COVID-19 vaccine rollout and possible inflation.
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Manufacturers remain resilient and strong in the wake of the pandemic, but there are steps they can take to be better prepared for the latest anomalous event.
Entry management at industrial sites and facilities needs to be a proactive part for manufacturers for companies vulnerable to a COVID-19 outbreak or any other infectious disease.
Process engineers enabled with advanced analytics can have better operational control.
Hiring and retention of engineering and technology-minded talent: Industrial automation companies think creatively about attracting skilled workers. Resiliency matters during a pandemic. See related advice.
Despite advances, operational technology network cybersecurity still lags information technology cybersecurity.
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.
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