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Shock and vibration resistant RF connector for the automotive industry

New connector from I-PEX Connectors is industry-first with built-in locking feature

Technologies tipping Industry 4.0

Jonathan Wilkins discusses three major tipping points that are pushing Industry 4.0 to become a vastly realised concept

Energy efficient robots

Jonathan Wilkins discusses how three technologies can improve the energy efficiency of industrial robots


Automation for sustainable development

Jonathan Wilkins explores how advanced technology can be used to create sustainable solutions and tackle world poverty

Predicting efficiency

Jonathan Wilkins discusses the benefits that predictive analytics holds for automation

Software for the smart factory

Lee Sullivan offers advice for choosing industrial automation software and outlines the advantages of hardware-independent software

Improving plant safety with industrial automation

Jonathan Wilkins discusses how plant managers can improve safety by increasing automation

Reining in on industrial automation

Johannes Petrowisch discusses the benefits of cloud computing for the manufacturing industry

Automating the world

Jon Wilkins explains three interesting applications of robots outside manufacturing

Zero unplanned downtime - dream or reality?

Leroy Spence discusses how manufacturers can use predictive analytics to manage assets and minimise downtime

Precision mixing and dispensing

Applications in medical device manufacturing, optics, photonics, electronics assembly, biochemistry and semi-conductors

Flexible manufacturing through automated engineering

Automated equipment and robotics are the basis of any smart factory, meaning that to stay competitive, manufacturers must learn to embrace this technology. Jonathan Wilkins reports

Why choose obsolete?

Infographic on the benefits of purchasing obsolete components as opposed to buying brand new equipment

Robot dispensing systems

System options that can be fully customised for use in the automotive, electronics and solar cells, information technology and multimedia, medical, aerospace, and defence industries

Machine learning and graph technology

Social networking tools and graph technology can map and extract insights between entities in a network. Jonathan Wilkins looks at how both can be used to make sense of big data in the manufacturing industry

I/O blocks enable quicker CC-Link IE network building

CC-Link IE provides gigabit bandwidth so that large amounts of data can be transmitted very quickly

Enhancing production processes

Offers individual, networked and reliable plant monitoring; encompasses a new range of search and visualisation functions

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