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President Obama announced that several hundred million dollars of funding will be made available for two new Manufacturing Innovation Hub Competitions that are intended to help spur manufacturing innovation and give U.S. workers more opportunities to improve their skills for middle class jobs.
From end effectors and software to machine simulation, it's no small wonder what you can find when no one is looking
Diving deeper into the conversation started by Autodesk CTO Jeff Kowalski and CEO Carl Bass, among others, Jordan Brandt, Autodesk Technology Futurist discussed trends that industry is likely to see at Autodesk University, held December 1-4 in Las Vegas.
Autodesk University Showcases Methods and Technologies That Will Change Design and Manufacturing Forever
Autodesk University (AU) showcased design methods and technologies that stand to significantly affect how products ranging from consumer objects to components, facilities and even machines are built.
New Department of Energy regulations could change the motors you can buy and how you design machines to accommodate them
The first part 3D-printed in space marks the beginning of a new manufacturing frontier
An Integrated Architecture booth at the recent Automation Fair showcased several Rockwell products that help companies integrate control (OT) and information (IT) across the enterprise.
Rockwell Auromation believes that industrial and process enterprises can garner a large business value by connecting IT (ERP, CMS, quality, financials, logistics, supply chain management) with OT (sensors, machines, controllers, actuators), which traditionally have remained separate silos of activity.
Rockwell Automation CEO explains the Connected Enterprise and how domain expertise and context affect business decisions
How should companies better protect themselves against cyber threats?