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Next-gen predictive maintenance software

Senseye launches latest predictive maintenance software, which includes Remaining Useful Life analysis

Technologies leading the fourth industrial revolution

Technologies leading the fourth industrial revolution

Making legacy systems IoT compatible

Adrian Swindells looks at the steps that plant managers can take to create IoT networks with minimal disruption and cost


Industrial robots and the labour market

Should we be concerned? How industrial robots will shape the labour market

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

Benefits of the smart supply chain

Smart supply chains will play a leading role in the factories of the future by offering manufacturers financial and space savings and even reducing the need for human intervention. Bob Davies discusses the role the smart supply chain plays in the factory of the future

Why choose obsolete?

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

Industrial PCs aimed at Industry 4.0

IndraControl VPB40.4 set to become a key element of Industry 4.0 applications

Especially flat Box PC with 6 GigE ports

Can be used in demanding applications the areas of automation, fabrication, logistics, image processing, robot steering, monitoring and building automation

Digital decay in industry

Jonathan Wilkins examines how digital decay is affecting industry and the options available to manufacturers

Conquering the data mountain

The ability to manage data is crucial when trying to achieve plant efficiency. Robert Golightly reports

Conquering the data mountain

The ability to manage data is crucial when trying to achieve plant efficiency. Robert Golightly reports

Designing with obsolescence in mind

Tech life cycles are becoming shorter. This means it is important for product designers to plan in advance for component obsolescence to maximise the life span of their products. Jonathan Wilkins discusses his considerations for designing for obsolescence

Generation Z vs the machine

Stephen Parker discusses the fear of automation and explains how businesses can use technology to enhance jobs rather than replace them

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

Improving enterprise through operations intelligence suite

Siemens is expanding its range of industrial management software for the process industries with the release of its XHQ Operations Intelligence platform

Resistor choppers slow overspeeding fans

Usually, fans do not need a braking resistor and chopper. However, when operating in a closed system, fans are at risk of over-speeding, causing the DC voltage on their motor drives to rise. John Mitchell reports

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