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Palmer Foundry Applies Quality Analytics to its Business
After using a historian, statistical process control and enterprise manufacturing intelligence to improve product quality—and seeing results—the company is now turning the software toward internal operations.
Jan 12th, 2018
Automating Label Inspection
Schneider Electric introduces Label Assurance, a software and hardware combination that ensures the right product is in the right package.
Oct 9th, 2017
How the IIoT Lets You Control Edge Devices
Watch this 11-minute video to discover how manufacturers are deploying IIoT technologies for automation in ways that ensure interoperability, extendability and scalability. Experts from Schneider Electric explain how IIoT advances are creating “two-way street” data sharing, where centralized control can mean the ability to configure any device from anywhere. The challenge is to simplify highly complex systems so they behave as a single system.
Jul 19th, 2017
How Software Is Helping Machine Builders Save on Costs
One megatrend in manufacturing is how business models are shifting to offer more services alongside products and machines. Responsive, data-driven preventive maintenance for machines is a logical first step. Machine builders can gain powerful insights into the operating condition of equipment by consolidating data from multiple locations into the cloud. Learn how to invest in the right IoT software and communication protocols to realize cost savings for all stakeholders.
Apr 4th, 2017
Lessons on Using Automation Technology for Organizational Management from the Mining Industry
The automation trend toward more centralized, integrated operation centers is already at full steam ahead. The challenge of standardizing technologies is being replaced by the challenges of designing user interfaces, empowering situational awareness and managing dynamic workforces.
Feb 16th, 2017
Transforming Data Into Insights
Many companies today are storing massive amounts of data—but only as an insurance policy for learning from mistakes. These companies are missing greater opportunities to improve operations, anticipate production issues and free up resources.
Feb 6th, 2017
How to Translate Automation Lessons from Smart Cities Back into Manufacturing
Many cities are still learning on-the-go as they attempt to integrate isolated systems and gather data from disparate sources. Thanks to the dropping costs of automation technologies, it is now cost-effective for cities to coordinate assets, make them intelligent and make them work together.
Jan 23rd, 2017
Software Standardization for Managing Multiple Automation Technologies
“Modernization” will be an ongoing automation challenge for years to come, so the faster communications protocols can be standardized, the better. But how do you decide what technologies will best keep standards from becoming a burden to maintain and update. Is it really possible to “future-proof” your systems?
Jan 21st, 2017
Industrial-Strength Mobile Apps
With help from web-based programs, automation vendors are rolling out new kinds of mobile apps that borrow the best from social media and elsewhere in the consumer space to promote collaboration in industrial settings.
James A. Koelsch
Jan 17th, 2017