Research effort will create Digital Twins, speed production, qualification, replacement for critical parts, systems
Sky Matthews, CTO of IBM Watson, helps attendees of Hannover Messe Fair understand the digital twin and how it will help build the control systems of the future.
Worrying about the health of your workers isn't only delegated to the ones who lift and pull, but also the employees on the production line. It's important to see the benefit in ergonomics for all facets of the factory floor.
MIT delivered a virtual learning workshop intended to help professionals learn about current and future trends in additive manufacturing.
The 2019 version of AutoCAD gives engineers with cross-disciplinary skillsets the tools to work faster and smarter, as well as anywhere they want.
Amazon's Lab126, which created the Echo and Fire, has job openings titled “Software Engineer, Robotics” and “Principle Sensors Engineer.”
A manufacturer of meatless meat trying to change the way people eat must first contend with negative findings its founder calls "garbage science."
Do you need a way to record data, but don’t know how to get started? The Application Engineers at CAS DataLoggers have put together this brief overview to help guide you through the basics of data loggers and how they can streamline data...
The jobs pay well and are rewarding, but America’s manufacturers have an image problem and talent shortage. The STEM fields needed for these roles project heroism on the big screen, but can that translate to the factory floor?
Aleris takes a look at how aluminum material substitutions help OEMs meet regulatory requirements while maintaining design integrity.