Increase us of advanced machinery and manufacturing processes fuel smart factory market growth worldwide

The use of advanced machinery and manufacturing processes are increasing in the industries worldwide, companies are focusing on lesser energy consumption, efficient production practices, use of robots, and RFID are some factors contributing to the global smart factory market growth.

Microchip's ATtiny1617 Series of AVR MCUs, Now at Mouser, Delivers Increased Throughput and Lower Power

The Microchip ATtiny1617 8-bit AVR microcontrollers, available from Mouser Electronics, feature 16 Kbytes of in-system self-programmable flash memory, 256 bytes of EEPROM, and 2 Kbytes of SRAM.

ULVAC Launches Sales of Two Ion Implanters for Power Devices

Low-acceleration ion implanter "SOPHI-30" and high-acceleration ion implanter "SOPHI-400" used for ultrathin wafers processing for power devices

OMICRON Lab scoops top prize in first ever CWIEME Global Awards

The awards celebrated the very best products, people and initiatives from across the global electrical design and manufacturing industry.

Edge Analytics change the rules of the game in decision-making and the storage of data in IIoT

The Internet of Things opens the door to new ways of helping companies; to innovative management models in business processes and goods production; and to unprecedented procedures for monitoring and executing the maintenance of both machinery and technological equipment.

Retail companies are using the IoT to provide innovative customer experiences

Retailers are becoming more and more aware of the importance of integrating AI technologies, machine learning and automation processes to scale new peaks when it comes to attracting customers, managing stock and controlling the supply chain. Harmonising very different technologies in order to provide more responsible and real-time experiences for customers are among retailers' main aspirations for the future.

IoT Solutions World Congress takes IoT to airports, commodities and space exploration - ABB, American Airlines, NASA and Schneider Electrics among the participating companies

How can Internet of Things (IoT) technologies prevent baggage loss, secure power plants or help humankind to travel and explore Mars? To answer these and other questions the Internet of Things Solutions World Congress (IoTSWC) will gather over 220 companies and 250 speakers on its third edition. The Congress program will feature 8 tracks -Manufacturing, Utilities, Connected Transport, Healthcare, Buildings & Infrastructure, Open Industry, Blockchain and Quantum Computing- and will tackle some of the key challenges companies around the world are facing in an ever-growing digitized world to help them seize the full potential and benefits IoT solutions are bringing.

Quantum computing impacts the ecosystem of the Internet of Things for industrial use

A growing number if IT companies are working on developing new computing models equipped with innovative interaction methodologies that guarantee secure communications between humans, sensors and data analysis platforms. Organisations such as Kaspersky Lab., IBM, Google, Microsoft and Intel, amongst others, have been investigating new procedures for increasing the computational power that supports IoT systems through quantum computing for some time now.

CWIEME Berlin 2017: Day 3

The theme of electromobility continued on the third and final day of CWIEME Berlin 2017 with more seminars and project launches around this growing area for the coil winding, insulation and electrical manufacturing industries.

CWIEME Berlin 2017: Day 2

Hybrid and electric vehicles are becoming an increasingly important application for electric motors worldwide. This evolution in the CWIEME community was reflected on many of the stands at this year's exhibition, as well as in the seminar programme.

CWIEME Berlin 2017: Day 1

CWIEME Berlin - the world's leading exhibition for the transformer and electric motor manufacturing industries - opened its doors to international visitors for three days of networking, presentations and workshops.

CINTEC TECHNOLOGY AIDS IN RESTORATION OF AWARD-WINNING 12TH CENTURY CASTLE

Restored Astley Castle recipient of prestigious Riba Stirling Prize for Architecture

Intoware and AMRC Partner on Industry 4.0 AI Knowledge Capture Initiative

Intoware and the AMRC have joined to form a collective of experience and intelligence to create a simple, yet effective solution to this problem, each playing a critical role in the success of this initiative by providing technology and innovation leadership.

Sercos launches Chinese website

Sercos International, supplier of the Sercos® automation bus, has launched its Chinese website at www.sercos.cn, offering great depth of information on the Sercos automation bus for the Chinese community.

Carpenter to detail superior benefits of CARTECH® HYPOCORE™ at CWIEME Berlin

After launching its new soft magnetic alloy, CARTECH® HYPOCORE™, at CWIEME Chicago last year, Carpenter Technology Corporation has spent the last eight months studying its unique properties and benefits. It will present its findings at CWIEME Berlin, taking place between 20th-22nd June 2017.

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