Food manufacturers may have to adapt their packaging to meet the requirements of grocery delivery due to COVID-19.
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USC’s Intelligence and Cyber Operation Program (INCO) is designed to train students to proactively identify cybersecurity issues with an interdisciplinary approach.
How can remote access be granted to industrial facilities without increasing cybersecurity risks? Hardware, software and services are helping resolve the secure remote access challenges for manufacturers.
An Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT)-enabled global process validation system with advanced process control (APC) capabilities can accelerate manufacturing efficiency, production capacity and reduce production cycle time for the COVID-19 vaccine rollout.
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January manufacturing index slides a bit from December to 58.7%, but industry still showing strength.
Robotic orders for 2020 were 3.5% higher than 2019 with non-automotive robotic orders surpassing automotive orders for the first time ever, according to the Robotic Industries Association.
A team of USC master’s students created a disinfection robot called LASER-D to use on COVID-19 prevention. See video.
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