Molex Showcases Encompass Program Solutions at Rockwell Automation Fair® 2016

Three Demos and Multiple Displays Focus on Advanced Automation

PACK Expo - Delta Presents Integrated Automation Solutions for Packaging Machinery at PACK EXPO International 2016

Company launches new controller programming software ISPSoft version 3.0, combining logic and motion into one integrated solution

Dassault Systèmes Supports Industrial Strategies in France and China with its 3DEXPERIENCE Platform

Co-Leader of France's "Industry of the Future" Now Collaborating on the "Made in China 2025" Initiative to Accelerate High Performing and Innovative Production Systems

Mitsubishi Electric Automation Announces Emergency After Hours Parts Shipping

Mitsubishi Electric Automation, Inc. announces today that it will now offer after hours emergency parts shipping for CNC parts to minimize the impact unexpected breakdowns can have on manufacturers.

Turck expands breadth of ultrasonic sensor products with six line extensions

To help engineers improve sensor operations in unique applications, Turck introduces six line extensions to its ultrasonic sensor offerings. These new products expand the breadth of Turck's solutions to build a more comprehensive ultrasonic sensor portfolio for its customers.

Industry 4.0-based Network Manager Ensures Solid Industrial Connectivity

Network connectivity of industrial equipment and devices is a vital element of Industry 4.0. If the connection fails, all data communication from field devices to back-end servers and cloud networks will be halted, disrupting the operation of Industry 4.0.

IoT Tech Expo: The leading Internet of Things conference announces keynote speakers for upcoming global event in London 2017

The world leading IoT conference will arrive in London on January 23-24th, with keynote speakers from the likes of Shell, Rolls-Royce, SSE, Maersk, Thyssenkrupp, Sky, Nest, Ford, Heathrow Airport and more. The 2-day event will cover a range of industries from manufacturing to healthcare, transportation to government, logistics to retail, with a total of 7 conference tracks covering the entire Internet of Things ecosystem.

Microsemi Unveils New Ethernet PHYs for Industrial and IoT Applications

New Single Port Gigabit and Fast Ethernet PHYs Solve Rapidly Growing Ethernet Connectivity Needs of Diverse Networking Systems

BitFlow Shatters CoaXPress Price Barrier with Low Cost Aon-CXP Frame Grabber

Single link CoaXPress frame grabber is ideal match for today's smaller, cool running and affordable CXP cameras

Icon Labs Launches Embedded Credentialing Solution for IoT Devices, Machines, and Endpoints

OEMs Can Now Easily Provide Automated Security Credentialing and Certificate Enrollment for their Embedded Linux and RTOS-based IoT and IIoT Devices Floodgate Key Manager Provides Integration with Verizon IoT Secure Credentialing Service, Allowing Automated Certificate Enrollment for IoT Endpoints

Cemtrex Enters into Agreement to Acquire Electronics Manufacturer, Establishing Presence in Silicon Valley

The Target Company has averaged $7 million in annual revenues over the last two years. The company also has an office in India to support the engineering & prototype development and operational activities.

Danforth Plant Science Center Develops Versatile Field Phenotyping to Benefit Farmers

Solar-powered PheNode Is Set for Investment Stage

Manufacturing's Productivity Myth

Justin Fox for Bloomberg:  The U.S. manufacturing sector is far from the basket case it is sometimes made out to be on the campaign trail. But it's important to realize that it isn't exactly going gangbusters, either. The everything's-OK line about U.S. manufacturing goes something like this: Yes, lots of manufacturing jobs (7.3 million, to be precise-ish) have been lost since employment in the sector peaked in 1978, but real manufacturing output is at an all-time high. So the manufacturing sector is doing fine -- it's just that thanks to automation and other technological advances it has gotten much more productive and thus doesn't need as many workers.   Cont'd...

PACK Expo -Radley Software Platform at PACK EXPO 2016

Radley Corporation announces participation at international packaging trade show in Chicago, IL

Smart Factory Hackathon: Talented data-science specialists develop solutions for the factory of the future

Press Release via AutomotiveWorld:  “Data drives our production – you innovate from our data” is the motto of the Smart Factory Hackathon, which was held at the Audi Forum Ingolstadt from October 19 to 21. Talented young data-science specialists from the fields of IT, mathematics and engineering developed innovative software solutions for the factory of the future, based on genuine but anonymized data sets from Audi’s production. On Friday afternoon, the winners of the IT competition were awarded their prizes: The “Happy Unicorns” team won first prize with its idea on the subject of container management. The Smart Factory Hackathon is a programmers’ marathon in which participants work out digital solutions and prototypes for genuine application cases over a period of 24 hours. For the competition, more than 20 departments from the pre-series center, toolmaking, paint shop, assembly and logistics had provided anonymized data sets with which the teams had to work. The results were assessed by a jury of four Audi experts and the startup consultant Thorsten Weber from “UnternehmerTUM,” the center for innovation and startups at the Technical University of Munich. The teams then presented their ideas to an audience. The winners were decided equally by the jury assessment and the audience’s votes.   Cont'd...

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