John Deere Debuts Autonomous Tractor: “One Giant Robot”
The 8R tractor is a step towards solving labor and productivity challenges, but the move to autonomous farming is a five-stage journey.
Jan 20th, 2022
Why You Should Invest in a Training Program for Your Employees
In today's job market, its essential to consider implementing a training program for new employees. Discover why Superior Controls created their automation training program and how it's paid dividends to both them and their clients.
Dec 6th, 2021
Public-Private Partnerships for Vocational Training
Collaboration between industry, government, and academic institutions is increasingly becoming the go-to strategy for remedying the skills gap.
Dec 3rd, 2021
How Automation is Helping Industry Adapt to Today’s Workforce Reality
Though it represents one of the greater job skill challenges for new entrants, technology is increasingly viewed as a key attractor for the next-generation industrial workforce.
Jul 15th, 2021
Manufacturing Skills Gap Widens in the Wake of COVID-19
A new study by Deloitte and the Manufacturing Institute says the pandemic erased 1.4 million U.S. manufacturing jobs. And, even as the industry rebounds, the remaining unfilled jobs could cost the U.S. economy $1 trillion.
Jun 23rd, 2021
How to Train Workers for Highly Automated Environments
Learn how new training tools help onboard workers and sharpen the skills of experienced workers in this podcast discussion with Vincent Higgins of Honeywell Process Solutions.
Jun 13th, 2021
Moving Towards a New Office Strategy
As COVID-19's end comes into sight, companies are beginning to determine office re-entry protocols for their employees. Autoware's CEO discusses remote work balance, defining an office strategy, and integrating clients into your new workspace.
Luigi De Bernardini
May 31st, 2021
MES/MOM Certification Benefits Everyone
Rockwell Automation's Global Technical Lead for MES recently got his MOM certification from MESA. Find out why he says this program is worthwhile for system integrators, MES vendors, and end users.
May 2nd, 2021
Is the Pandemic Changing the Client Supplier Relationship?
COVID-19 has transformed individual's and businesses' approach to technology, production, and community. However, these changes will last beyond the pandemic, continuing to impact the approach businesses must take to the client supplier relationship.
Luigi De Bernardini
Mar 29th, 2021
NCC Strengthens Business Development Team
Erik Bronander was hired to lead NCC Automated Systems’ business development team. His main objective will be to develop a new business unit focused around complete nutraceutical packaging lines.
NCC Automated Systems
Feb 4th, 2021
What Financial Metrics Drive Manufacturing Company Value?
Find out what metrics manufacturers should use to gain insights into their performance, drive their stock price, and create long-term financial impact—outside of just routine financial statement-oriented accounting systems.
Jan 19th, 2021
Where Do Operators Fit With Current Manufacturing Technology Trends?
What if technology could be adopted that brought about an improvement in business processes and fostered the up-skilling of people?
Dec 28th, 2020
Honeywell and Wolters Kluwer Connect Worker Safety Technologies
Integrating workforce management and environmental health and safety technologies provides the flexibility and intelligence companies need to operate safely during the pandemic and navigate an increasingly complex regulatory environment.
Nov 23rd, 2020
Workers Wanted? Contact the Robot Employment Agency
Start-up MusashiAI introduces intelligent autonomous robots for quality inspection and forklift driving—allowing the redistribution of human labor to more value-added jobs.
Aug 6th, 2020
RōBEX Names New President
Craig Francisco was named President of RōBEX. He will lead and manage the day-to-day operations of the company and its three business units: Automation & Robotics, Industrial Services and Annealing Lehr installation & maintenance for glassmakers.
Sep 11th, 2020
Georgia-Pacific’s Approach to IT/OT Convergence
Like many industrial organizations, Georgia-Pacific was struggling with the loss of operating expertise created by a retiring workforce. Coordinating the company’s IT and OT departments is helping to solve the issue and improve the way the company operate
Jun 19th, 2020
An Appeal to Support Our Essential Services and Critical Infrastructure Workers
The COVID-19 pandemic is proving to be a tremendous global challenge that we must work together to defeat. Now, our essential and critical workers are being relied upon to provide the services we expect every day and we must do everything to support them.
Mar 27th, 2020
App Reinvigorates Employee Input for Continuous Improvement at Mars Petcare
How do you get frontline employees engaged in efforts for plant improve? Learn how Mars Petcare used a mobile application to reinvigorate employee input leading to continuous improvement at multiple manufacturing facilities in Mexico.
Feb 28th, 2020