-Both companies work together to offer clients innovative technology for automated updating of millions of IoT devices; -Bosch IoT Suite services launched on IBM Bluemix and Watson IoT Platform; -More than 20 billion connected things estimated to be in use by 2020
CNC programming software features over 1,800 unique post-processors for multi-task machines
Professional graphics workstation delivers dramatically reduced footprint and energy usage
This year's show explores key industry topics, including a variety of in-depth, industry-specific sessions and presentations trending in the Southwest, such as 3D printing in the oil and gas industry, 3D printing in robotics, cybersecurity and workforce challenges stemming from the skills gap.
Designed to Deliver Fast and Power-Efficient Processing Needed by Internet of Things Applications, Intel Announces the Intel Cyclone 10 Family of Field Programmable Gate Arrays
The prevailing narrative says automation was the main culprit behind U.S. manufacturing job losses in the early 2000s, and that automation is now powering an unprecedented manufacturing technology revolution that will continue to displace jobs. But a new report from the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation (ITIF) finds that both of these claims are false. ITIF, a leading tech-policy think tank, finds that trade pressure and faltering U.S. competitiveness were responsible for more than two-thirds of the 5.7 million manufacturing jobs lost between 2000 and 2010. And rather than entering a "fourth industrial revolution," U.S. manufacturing productivity growth is actually near an all-time low. In light of these facts, ITIF concludes that U.S. policymakers should aim to close the country's trade deficit in manufactured goods by fighting foreign mercantilism and pursuing a national competitiveness agenda that hinges in part on boosting manufacturing productivity rates. The report estimates that successfully closing the manufacturing goods trade deficit this way would create 1.3 million jobs. Full Press Release:
Closing US Manufacturing Trade Deficit Would Create 1.3M Jobs, Says Tech Think Tank; Report Shows Trade Contributed to Decline & Boosting Productivity Is Key to Revival
The prevailing narrative says automation was the main culprit behind U.S. manufacturing job losses in the early 2000s, and that automation is now powering an unprecedented manufacturing technology revolution that will continue to displace jobs. But a new report from the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation (ITIF) finds that both of these claims are false.
In addition to those indicators, two other measures suggest a likely boost in capital spending for equipment and machinery: cutting tool consumption and spending from machine shops.
Newly introduced products include ride control technology for a range of makes and models, including Western Star, Kenworth, Thomas School Bus, Mack, and more
Self-driving vehicles (SDVs) break free of magnetic strips and pre-programmed routes, unlike their autonomous guided vehicle (AGV) brethren
BuildIT's latest version streamlines processes for increased manufacturing productivity
Bulgin has launched a new range of industrial automation components which have been designed to offer flexible connectivity solutions for a variety of rugged automation applications.
Oerlikon announced today that it is expanding its global additive manufacturing (AM) business with a state-of-the-art R&D and production facility for additively manufactured advanced components in the Charlotte metro area in North Carolina, USA. Oerlikon will invest around CHF55million in this facility in 2017 and 2018, and expects to create over 100 new jobs at this site over the longer term.Â As part of Oerlikon's strategy to become a global powerhouse in surface solutions and advanced materials, the Group has identified additional growth areas such as additive manufacturing, which leverages its strong materials heritage, service reputation, access to markets, applications across industries and core competence in intelligently engineering and processing advanced materials and surface technologies. Â Full Press Release: Â Â
"Today there is a vast market opportunity in product prototyping that we feel is not being addressed by current 3D printing systems. The launch of the Stratasys F123 Series targets these product design workgroups, industrial designers, engineers, students and educators who demand a professional quality rapid prototyping solution that's simple to use, produces reliable, engineering-quality results, integrates perfectly within an office or lab setting, and is affordable to own and operate," said Zehavit Reisin, Vice President, Head of Rapid Prototyping Solutions, Stratasys. "As the company that invented FDM, Stratasys brings a rich pedigree to the F123 Series, providing our customers an optimal balance between usability and high performance." Full Press Release.
Stratasys Partners with Dassault SystÃ¨mes to Improve Performance of Additively Manufactured Production Parts
-Collaboration with Dassault SystÃ¨mes' SIMULIA to enable final part designs that are optimized for weight and strength for aerospace and automotive applications -New GrabCAD Print Add-In for Dassault SystÃ¨mes' SOLIDWORKS allows users to estimate and print parts without leaving the SOLIDWORKS environment
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