Ergonomic welding-a contradiction in terms?

There are many ways in which to make the working environment of professional welders as safe and ergonomic as possible, and in doing so positively influence the working conditions and motivation of employees.

What Is MES & Why Should Manufacturers Invest In It?

Whilst MES has established itself with some of the major manufacturers, there's still a large number of businesses that could stand to benefit from the solution but simply don't have enough understanding about the tangible benefits it can bring to their operation.

Molex Unveils New Connectivity Industry Report, Revealing a Robust Future of Technology Advancements and Product Innovations

Hyperscale data centers built on 224G system architecture will enable unprecedented connectivity in the face of AI-driven data-processing requirements.

Industrial Analytics: A Catalyst for Sustainability in Manufacturing

There was a time when the average manufacturing facility was a kind of black box: you could measure inputs and outputs, and roughly gauge other metrics, but precision was a pipe dream. That's changed drastically in recent decades, with the advent of the IIoT

The Role of PLCs in the Modern Industrial Revolution

New kinds of PLCs are contributing to new approaches to manufacturing and industrial systems. Many people are referring to the more general trend as a 'new industrial revolution' or 'industry 4.0.'

What role does automation play in the manufacturing supply chain?

Adrian Wood, Strategic Business Development Director at DELMIA, gives us some very informative and interesting insights into automation's integral role in the manufacturing supply chain.

The Future Of Industrial Automation - Trends And Technologies To Watch

As industries adopt data-driven operations, there is increased demand for advanced technologies. These technologies maximize the potential and returns on investment in industrial automation systems.

IoT in Manufacturing: Seizing the Opportunities Amid Challenges

Now more than ever, manufacturers are integrating new technologies, such as IoT, cloud computing and analytics, and AI and machine learning into their production facilities and operations.

How a Collaborative Approach is Driving Industry 5.0 Adoption in Ireland

In Ireland, unlocking the potential of Industry 5.0 is a larger group effort. Manufacturers, government bodies and academic institutions are all working together, and their efforts are proving fruitful - with projects even being help up as global examples.

3 ways Augmented reality advances assembly operations

Wendy Mlynarek, DELMIA Strategic Business Development and Marketing Director takes a closer look at how augmented reality is playing a vital role in assembly operations.

What is the advantage of buying linear guideways with integrated linear encoder pre-installed?

Direct measurement is usually favorable over indirect position measurement. In the case of integrating direct position measurement, there are two primary methods of adding position measurement to an axis.

Avoiding the Pitfalls: The Biggest Mistakes Manufacturers Make When Creating a Smart Factory

In this article, I will delve into the most common errors manufacturers make when working to create a smart factory, along with advice on how to prevent these mistakes.

Why Manufacturing Leaders Should Embrace Data-Driven Manufacturing

In order to continue to stay relevant and competitive, manufacturing must embrace technologies like Big Data, AI, AR, and more to help improve processes, increase productivity, and make informed, data-driven decisions. But are manufacturing companies doing so?

Issues Facing the Manufacturing Supply Chain & Their Fixes

Technology adoption is critical to smoothing global supply chains for manufacturers. But it's just a start. The problems are global and integrated. And the solutions must be as well.

Why Manufacturers Should be All-in on Automation

Over the next five years, it's estimated that 25% of industrial spending will go toward automation. This spending will impact everything from logistics to retail to auto manufacturing and is expected to help improve several areas, including speed, safety, and product quality.

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The Wire Association International (WAI), Inc.

The Wire Association International (WAI), Inc.

The Wire Association International (WAI), Inc., founded in 1930, is a worldwide technical society for wire and cable industry professionals. Based in Madison, Connecticut, USA, WAI collects and shares technical, manufacturing, and general business information to the ferrous, nonferrous, electrical, fiber optic, and fastener segments of the wire and cable industry. WAI hosts trade expositions, technical conferences, and educational programs.