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Top five reasons to choose obsolete

Broken-down components can cause a world of problems for manufacturers. When disaster strikes, manufacturers are forced to make the decision to replace or upgrade their industrial equipment. Here, Jonathan Wilkins discusses the top five benefits of sourcing obsolete industrial automation parts

Top 5 problems with human machine interfaces

Seventy-five percent of office workers admit to resorting to physical violence against their computer; the other 25% probably only employed mental abuse. Jonathan Wilkins reports

Top 5 problems with human machine interfaces

Seventy-five percent of office workers admit to resorting to physical violence against their computer; the other 25% probably only employed mental abuse. Jonathan Wilkins reports

Machinery health monitoring in hazardous areas

Metrix gains ATEX approval for field-configurable vibration measurement system

Industrial systems given added protection

Power quality specialist REO UK launchesa range of 5-limb chokes, which target electromagnetic interference (EMI) problems in industrial applications

Social media tips for automation industry

Guide looks at social media presence across the automation industry and provides useful tips on how to achieve social media success

Industry 4.0: food for thought

Jeremy Shinton explains how food and drink manufacturers in particular can benefit from the implementation of Industry 4.0

Sourcing the extreme

The trials and tribulation of sourcing obsolete automation parts. Leroy Spence reports

Industry 4.0 in the food and beverage industry

Jeremy Shinton explains how food and drink manufacturers in particular can benefit from the implementation of Industry 4.0

Educate to secure

Automation company publishes industry report on information security

Bionic creatures demonstrate new approaches to tomorrow’s factory

BionicANTs and eMotionButterflies illustrate how through combining individual systems, a single system of networked communications can be created; FlexShapeGripper demonstrates a flexible and adaptable gripping mechanism

The new era in advanced process control

By optimising their assets using advanced technology, industry leaders will see greater return on investment and truly maximise process profitability. Norbert Meierhoefer reports

Manufacturing and the digital evolution

Increasing energy costs requires manufacturers to implement lean production solutions that help to eliminate risk, reduce costs and better manage maintenance to minimise production downtime

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