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New product development for Apple means a high-demand for engineers and managers at the plant level to continuously monitor these developments from its suppliers and manufacturers.
Are you old enough to remember the days when pulling into the gas station meant you were met by a friendly guy in a peaked cap who pumped your gas, cleaned your windshield, checked your oil, even put air in your tires if you asked, and wished you a nice...
Exhibitors and speakers demonstrate how intelligent, Internet-enabled devices will simplify and integrate future manufacturing during Hannover Fair Preview 2014 in Berlin.
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In this issue of Industrial Networking, Executive Editor Jim Montague, talks "Vital Signs" and explores the best ways to take your network's pulse and maintain its overall health.
While my grandkids are true "digital natives," we "digital immigrants" remember where and when we entered the digital age of personal computing.
A partnership between industry, education and government in Shelbyville, Ind., developed a new program that aims to bridge the manufacturing skills gap in the city and the nation.
My ear catches fire when President Obama mentions "high-tech manufacturing hubs." Sounds like control and automation to me, but we may need to reach out from this side, too.
A researcher at Berkeley Lab and the University of California (UC), Berkeley used carbon nanotube paste to form a bendable electrically conductive network matrix, which is claimed to look similar to cat and rat whiskers.