Securing the OT edge with SASE
Manufacturers have become increasingly reliant on cloud-based resources, such as Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) applications and data migrating from the data center to multi-cloud environments. This requires a new model for secure network access.
Using 3D PDF to Easily Share Your 3D CAD Data
Organisations are having to find new mechanisms that enable their teams to quickly create interactive documentation containing representations of their native 3D CAD data, that can easily be shared with non-CAD users, their customers and wider supply chains.
Case Study - Reducing Automation System Risk with Simulation and Emulation
Increasing global competition and an awareness of the need to pivot away from on-site commissioning to safer and more cost-effective virtual methods are the main drivers behind a growing interest in industrial analytical simulation.
Inventory Management Software with Capabilities of Bill of Materials BOM
A Bill of Materials (BoM) is an extensive list of raw materials, by-products, components, assemblies, and packaging material needed to make a finished product.
Virtual Reality: Turning Short-Term Wins Into Long-Term Success
Despite the fact that many commercial enterprises are already leveraging new technologies like virtual-and augmented reality (AR)-to unlock productivity and growth, this technology has yet to reach widespread adoption across the manufacturing sector.
Revolutionary Technology Addresses Industrial Downtime
New technology is poised to transform the way machines operate in the industrial environment. Costly consultants and confusing spreadsheets are out, and easy to understand dashboards are in.
Embedded Software Market to cross USD 20 billion by 2025
The increase in the demand for open source Linux software & RTOS software is expected to offer a lucrative growth to the embedded software market.
The Applicability of Mobile Software Solutions in Manufacturing Facilities
There are many innovative use-cases in manufacturing for mobile software. Some of the more prevalent examples will be discussed below.
Partnership for China 2025: RISONG and CENIT
China has long since ceased to be the "workbench of the world". In the manufacturing industry, rising wages and the "China 2025" development program are constantly accelerating the demand for automation solutions.
How to Optimize the Scalability & Performance of a Multi-Core Operating System
White Paper - Architecting a Scalable Real-Time Application on an SMP Platform
How Do Touchscreens Motivate Assembly Line Workers to Do Quality Work on Time?
The touchscreen user interfaces and software not only motivate line workers, they create a more team based approach to manufacturing execution that instills a new culture, and closed-loop of accountability in the factory
3d Modelling and Printing - Saving Theatre Time and Providing Excellent Patient Outcomes
In a recent project, Renishaw used its additive manufacturing (metal 3D printing) expertise to help the University Hospital of Wales (UHW) treat a patient who suffered cancer of the lower jaw and required removal of the affected region coupled with reconstructive work.
Robot welding: More efficiency for programming and equipment fabrication
Crown relies on FASTSUITE Edition 2 for offline programming of robotic welding cells.
APIs for the Modern Factory Floor
The modern factory floor relies on APIs because the technology allows manufacturers to effectively track and oversee every step of the value chain from start to finish. It also helps ensure machinery is working efficiently.
Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES) and Accelerating Your Quality System's Actionability
In absence of Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES), reporting is purely historical and is often available too late to take action on its findings. MES enables non-conformances to be addressed in the present and minimize their potential impact.
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Pleora Technologies - Simplified AI for Visual Inspection of Electronics
Pleora's Visual Inspection System helps operators detect errors and defects for unique component types, assembly steps, and custom low-run products where automated optical inspection (AOI) is too complex and expensive. The system helps DICA Electronics: Avoid costly, errors as a result of detecting errors at different phases in production, Speed time in detecting the root cause of the in-field errors with Tracking & Reporting apps for traceability, Maintain consistency in training new employees on requirements or with staff any time a new product is added, Easily train the system using 'good product' images for multiple product lines with no programming skills required, Reduce subjective decision-making, especially over a long shift, reducing error-escapes.