Ultrashort pulse laser production systems on the advance / Manufacturers of laser production systems for micro material processing will demonstrate their competence at LASYS 2016
Jim Finkle for Reuters: A U.S. government cyber security official warned that authorities have seen an increase in attacks that penetrate industrial control system networks over the past year, and said they are vulnerable because they are exposed to the Internet. Industrial control systems are computers that control operations of industrial processes, from energy plants and steel mills to cookie factories and breweries. “We see more and more that are gaining access to that control system layer," said Marty Edwards, who runs the Department of Homeland Security's Industrial Control Systems Cyber Emergency Response Team, or ICS-CERT. ICS-CERT helps U.S. firms investigate suspected cyber attacks on industrial control systems as well as corporate networks. Interest in critical infrastructure security has surged since late last month when Ukraine authorities blamed a power outage on a cyber attack from Russia, which would make it the first known power outage caused by a cyber attack. Cont'd...
GE Ventures and OurCrowd lead Series A investment in Iron Dome software provider
Delcam has added more five-axis machining functionality in the 2016 R2 release of its FeatureCAM CAM programming software. Other enhancements include improved control and simulation capabilities for multi-axis machines, plus options to reduce both programming and machining times.
Global distributor Mouser Electronics will continue its popular Empowering Innovation Together(TM) Program with celebrity engineer Grant Imahara in 2016. To learn more about the exciting topics, visit www.mouser.com/empowering-innovation. (Graphic: Business Wire)
By Matthew Allen for SWI: Intelligent robots and drones, 3D printers, self-driving vehicles, data mountains, smart production lines, fintech and blockchain – the fourth industrial revolution is here. The World Economic Forum’s (WEF) annual Davos meeting will ponder the potential, limitations and societal impacts of “Industry 4.0”. Will the transformation of the workplace create jobs or unemployment? Will it close the gap between industrialised and developing economies, rich and poor - or widen it? For Swiss firms, can the new technological revolution ease the pressures of the strong franc? Speaking ahead of the annual meeting in Davos, WEF founder Klaus Schwab called on world leaders to revise policies to accommodate the coming changes. “We are not yet sufficiently prepared for this fourth industrial revolution that will come over us like a tsunami and will change whole systems,” he said. “My fear is that if we are not prepared we will create a world where particularly the middle class is frozen out. That would lead to a new problem of social exclusion that we absolutely have to avoid.” Cont'd...
And takes a further step towards growing its European machine vision platform
Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence today announced its new, top-of-the-line addition to the ROMER Absolute Arm portable coordinate measuring machine (PCMM) product line.
Ciiva has unveiled a new intelligent parts data technology for PCB Design at DesignCon 2016 in Santa Clara, CA. This technology enables new tools for electronics designers to transform design intent into realizable design with intelligent data backed by the latest advances in data automation, analysis and verification technology.
Kickstarter campaign by Makerthreads uses new streaming video service to allow people to meet and talk to inventors live.
Focus is on Next-Gen Interconnect Solutions and a New Path to Development
January is a significant milestone for the CC-Link Partner Association (CLPA) in the Americas, as it marks exactly 15 years since the founding of the organization and the birth of the family of CC-Link open automation network technologies.
500+ Automation Executive Attendees Marks The Largest Forum to Date
January 26th, 2016 at 11:00 AM EST
Edson Introduces to the Tissue Industry a High Performance Case Packing Machine for Small to Mid-Sized Companies
The Edson Raptor SL erects, packs, and seals up to 12 cases per minute of bath tissue, paper towels, napkins, and facial tissue. This automated case packing machine enables small to mid-sized companies to expand production in order to accommodate increased sales, improve competitiveness, and lower labor costs. (Edson Tissue World Booth #A200)
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