More and more manufacturers are taking advantage of mobile computing devices in the workplace, but many remain unaware of the problems they can generate. Alan Johnson reports.
Emerson Process Management has introduced DCMlink Software, a unified electric actuator control, monitoring and diagnostics platform.
While ERP and SCM fill most IT industry pages, technology advances in production software is making manufacturers sit up and take more notice.
50 per cent of SMEs increased financial investment in the digital space in the last 12 months and 46 per cent intend to further increase them, according to a survey.
Hardware manufacturers looking to become intelligent goods manufacturers need to incorporate software licensing and entitlement management into operations.
In today’s globalised market, organisations’ needs are changing every day.
The big announcement for SolidWorks World 2014 was a product that the software company hopes will change the way its customers get their projects underway.
The rising popularity of and potential offered by cloud computing is nothing new.
In areas like ERP and CAD, the benefits of cloud – quick rollout, a saving on IT capital expenditure, boosted computing muscle – have been known by industrial users and those offering them solutions for some time.
The age of 3D printing, when every object so created can be personalised, will increase the need for tags to keep track of everything.
Global manufacturing giant GE has announced that it is partnering with Amazon, Accenture and Pivotal and employing “thousands” near San Francisco to develop its Industrial Internet concept.
The need to work more responsively and flexibly was highlighted as National Manufacturing Week 2013 got underway on Wednesday.
GE’s chairman and CEO Jeff Immelt has spoken of the need for Australia’s manufacturers to work productively and intelligently, and highlighted the benefits of the company’s “industrial internet” concept during an event.
Safety first, Shaun…
While those words were quipped by the remarkable Bill Nighy mid-zombie apocalypse in Shaun of the Dead, regardless of the extremity, safety indeed comes first.
Manufacturers’ Monthly talks to Autodesk Chief Information Officer Jeff Brzycki about the company’s continued focus on cloud computing and why the company is reaching out to manufacturing and other CIOs.
International welding equipment manufacturer, Kemppi has launched a family of revolutionary software based welding products for use with its FastMig and KempArc welding machines.