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Cloud adoption has risen rapidly over the past 10 years, with 92% of enterprise business strategies now relying on the cloud, according to an IDG survey. The manufacturing industry, in particular, is almost as high at 87%. However, most cloud

Virtually every vehicle that is put out into the market is equipped with almost a hundred ECUs, millions of lines of code, and a slew of technical capabilities. These innovations are making cars around the world more secure and drastically

You’ve probably heard about new technologies that are reshaping the way we work and live, like 5G and the Internet of Things (IoT), but have you noticed how data is the common denominator among those technologies? The lines between digital

What should IoT 2.0 look like? The phrase data rich and information poor (DRIP) was first used in the 1983 best-selling business book, In Search of Excellence, to describe organizations rich in data, but lacking the processes to produce meaningful information and

Predictive machining can be a complex subject, with most manufacturers assuming such use cases are far beyond their means, meant only for the future of manufacturing. The Data Science team from Machine Metrics has been working hard to identify and deploy

According to Gartner, 85% of Machine Learning (ML) projects fail. Worse yet, the research company predicts that this trend will continue through 2022. Does this point to some weakness in ML itself? No, it points to weaknesses in the way

Industrial Digital Transformation is happening, but the reality is that most companies are handling data on paper. To think about analytics on the shop floor, one of the first things to be done is to automate not only the process, but the data collection and

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact business and the economy worldwide, companies in every industry are using a critical eye to prioritize their operations amidst shrinking budgets and a catalog of unknowns. This includes exploring automation technologies that can

Digital manufacturing is forecasted to bring out massive changes to the industrial world. Today, regardless of the maturity level of digitization projects in each company, the main motivation is staying competitive, boosting revenues, and enhancing profits, while reducing costs and