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Multitasking makes work easier with podcasting. It is convenient, easy to get started, and highly engaging. Check out our lists of Top Manufacturing & IIoT Podcasts of 2022 and listen on to discover more of the podcasts’ benefits for your

Many technologies positively impact today's manufacturing industry: advanced analytics, automation, the Industrial Internet of Things, machine learning, artificial intelligence, cloud platforms, etc. In this session, Ravi Subramanyan, Director of Industry Solutions Manufacturing at HiveMQ, Michael Bowers, Chief Architect at FairCom, Adrian

Manufacturing is poised to play a critical role in shaping the economy for the next decade and beyond. The opportunities are endless if the advanced manufacturing industry can strengthen its innovation vision and embrace the reality of end-market disruption, but

Over the last several years of deploying AI into manufacturing, we have realized that the time value of our manufacturing engineers is quite high. Any time they spend transferring their knowledge to AI teams is frowned upon by them and

A new report on Operational Technology (OT) equipment flaws from automated cybersecurity software company Forescout outlines the alarming state of OT security. The report titled OT:ICEFALL was crafted by researchers at the company’s Vedere lab. It breaks down 56 vulnerabilities

Businesses today are tasked with a lot more than just increasing profitability. Consumers are gradually becoming more aware of the consequences of unsustainable practices, and they're demanding that companies change their ways. Today, sustainable manufacturing practices are no longer just

There are a few core measurements that every manufacturer uses to manage their operation. Measurements like efficiency, productivity, capacity, labor, and equipment utilization are almost universally measured to benchmark performance and assess the effectiveness of processes. Quality is an equally critical

As manufacturers embrace digital technology and control, consumers are doing the same. Whether that consumer is the product user or the wholesaler, digital technology and IoT have changed the expectations they put onto the manufacturer. Customers expect products to be simple

IT HAS BECOME CLEAR THAT ALL BUSINESSES, TO VARYING DEGREES of urgency, have a need for real-time insights across their critical processes, products, and people — both internal and external. Manufacturing 4.0 (M4.0), which is anchored primarily in interconnectivity, automation,