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11 November 2022

BRITAIN'S MANUFACTURING sector is increasingly embracing the digital industrial revolution as it bids to boost productivity, improve energy efficiency and overcome the twin supply chain shocks caused by COVID and Brexit according to a major report published today by Make UK and enterprise software specialists Infor.

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10 November 2022

Schneider Electric continues to meet the challenges of managing hybrid IT infrastructure with the introduction of the EcoStruxure Micro Data Centre R-Series 42U Medium Density.

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10 November 2022

NEW FROM global technology solutions provider, Arrow Electronics, JetCarrier96 is a 96Boards Enterprise Edition-compliant carrier board for the popular NVIDIA Jetson family of system-on-modules.

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10 November 2022

A UK-first in digital twin technology research to develop autonomous, self-optimising subtractive processes for sustainable manufacturing has been achieved by research engineers at the University of Sheffield Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC).

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07 September 2022

GENERATIONJUICE MAKES app-driven drink dispensers, or drink hubs, designed to serve natural juice drinks from concentrate into reusable bottles, as an alternative to single use plastic and aluminium cans. After success in the leisure and hospitality industry the business, which launched in 2019, has started to target emerging markets such as education and healthcare

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04 August 2022

DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION specialist, LMAC Consulting, has partnered leading alliance of trade associations, the Engineering & Machinery Alliance (EAMA) to create an Industry 4.0 guide specific to the needs of its SME members.

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05 September 2022

NEW FROM leading precision fluid dispensing systems manufacturer, Nordson EFD, the UltimusPlus-NX fluid dispenser provides Ethernet connection with Transmission Control Protocol / Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) for Smart Factory and Industry 4.0 manufacturing integration.

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27 April 2022

DUE TO the large initial cost of creating a smart factory, many small manufacturers cannot keep up with their larger counterparts. Neil Bellinger discusses how small manufacturing companies can digitalise their processes to keep their competitive edge.

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19 January 2022

FUTURE CUBE, a brand new innovation centre designed to support and cultivate London's innovative manufacturing, logistics and construction businesses, has opened in the heart of the Thames Gateway.

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14 January 2022

HITACHI ENERGY has launched IdentiQ, its digital twin solutions for high-voltage direct current (HVDC) and power quality solutions. IdentiQ2 will help to advance the world’s energy system to be more sustainable, flexible and secure, accelerating the transition towards a carbon-neutral future, says the company.

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05 November 2021

SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC and AVEVA have digitally upgraded their factory in Flint, Wales. The project, commenced in late 2018 and costing £300,000, will see the site become the UK’s first Schneider Electric smart factory.

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09 September 2021

FOLLOWING THE announcement from the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy that £53 million funding is being made available for UK manufacturers to boost competitiveness through digital technologies, an online event has been announced that aims to address the scope and possible effects of automation.

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19 August 2021

SHEFFIELD-BASED control and software systems integrator, Inspec Solutions has implemented a cutting edge Industry 4.0 digital production and plant level data gathering and analytic system for leading global rail fastening manufacturer, Pandrol.

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05 August 2021

FIVE NEW digital manufacturing research centres and projects to help supply chains become more productive are among recipients of £53m of new government funding to drive the development of the latest digital manufacturing technologies, Investment Minister Lord Grimstone has announced.

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18 May 2021

AN UNMANNED module to tackle sewer blockages and a digital system for mass-producing customised clothing are just two cutting-edge solutions from 14 startups selected for the Made Smarter Technology Accelerator programme.

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13 May 2021

GOOGLE CLOUD and Siemens have announced a new cooperation to optimise factory processes and improve productivity on the shop floor. Siemens intends to integrate Google Cloud’s leading data cloud and artificial intelligence/machine learning (AI/ML) technologies with its factory automation solutions to help manufacturers innovate for the future.

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18 March 2021

THE LATEST embedded devices for real-time, high-performance control of industrial automation applications with CC-Link IE TSN have been released by CLPA partner NXP Semiconductors. These devices, among the first to leverage Time-Sensitive Networking (TSN) technology, provide next-generation functions and features for advanced Connected Industries applications.

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18 March 2021

COLLABORATION IS the key to powering forward the post-pandemic recovery and capitalising on the opportunity of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, industry leaders told the Made Smarter: journey to digital manufacturing conference.

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04 March 2021

OPTIMAL INDUSTRIAL Technologies will showcase the advantages of implementing Process Analytical Technology (PAT) with its industry-leading PAT knowledge management platform synTQ at the virtual IFPAC-2021.

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13 May 2021

WIRELESS SENSORS are offering design engineers reliable ways of detecting vibration, heat and other potentially damaging faults, including loss of pressure, in some of the most challenging industrial applications, however remote. Mark Jamson looks at the options

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FEATURES

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24 October 2022

Operating personnel at all levels are gaining revealing, and sometimes unexpected, insights into the health of machinery by viewing and interpreting visual representations of data from sensors, writes David Hannaby

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08 August 2022

With trends such as digital transformation driving change, Jon Arnold looks at how the industrial workforce can stay safely connected and empowered with Augmented Reality (AR) tools

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24 August 2022

AUDI IS setting up fully networked, highly efficient, and sustainable production. The goal is to design a resilient, agile, and flexible value chain to meet future challenges successfully. These include a growing diversity of variants, the transition to electromobility, the increasingly volatile supply situation, and political uncertainties.

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30 June 2022

Steve Sands observes the changes in this technology sector and the impact on customers

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11 July 2022

Bosch Rexroth continues to drive the digital transformation of linear motion technology and is further developing its Smart MechatroniX platform

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23 June 2022

Industry 4.0 adoption isn’t just about the sexy tech, says Alastair Crawford. Rather, the data that new tech produces rules the roost – and not only the collection of the right data, but its transfer to where we can do something useful, tangible and game changing with it

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23 June 2022

Neli Ivanova looks at why 5G is key to post-pandemic recovery in the manufacturing industry

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22 June 2022

Solutions architect, Paul Holding, explains why and how businesses can effectively upgrade their IT infrastructure

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27 April 2022

With Industry 4.0 seeing systems and devices exchanging and interpreting shared data, advanced sensors are increasingly finding their way into modern manufacturing lines, facilitating informed decision-making – but this is just the beginning, says Paul Taylor

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15 February 2022

Alexander Hill examines how manufacturers can reduce energy consumption and improve sustainability by implementing a predictive maintenance strategy

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05 January 2022

AUTOMATION HAS always been characterised by rapid growth, constant innovation and new work patterns. However, the events of the past two years have amplified the need of businesses across every industry for automation technologies to help them respond to global trends and stay competitive. Neil Ballinger explains what trends will impact automation in 2022.

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15 December 2021

FANUC Europe President & CEO Shinichi Tanzawa talks to Controls, Drives & Automation about the company’s smart factories, robots building robots and the impressive savings that IoT solutions can generate

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01 September 2021

While for many occupations a suitable work environment requires no more than a desk, a PC and an Internet connection, maintenance engineers often require innovative technology. Neil Ballinger discusses the requirements of remote working maintenance engineers

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01 July 2021

Noel Sheppard and Paola Hopwood discuss how manufacturers can realise the benefits of edge computing through network automation

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13 July 2021

Smart Factories leverage data generated throughout the manufacturing process to maximise responsiveness and optimise production. To unlock this potential companies need a knowledge management system to effectively gather, store, visualise and process data. Martin Gadsby reports

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05 July 2021

In the manufacturing sector, inspection is an essential function. It’s a visual check that ensures a product meets its intended function and appearance and delivers important benefits for both the manufacturer and customer. Mark Patrick takes a look at how AI can transform the process

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01 July 2021

JPB Système was one of the first companies in France to establish and run an Industry 4.0 production process. More recently, the company diversified its technology proposition to offer a disruptive solution that tracks the performance of manufacturing equipment to improve all-round production efficiency. Jocelyn Vecchio spoke to Smarter Futures about recent changes and challenges for companies like JPB, as well as why a fully connected factory floor is the way forward for any manufacturer seeking to fully realise the Industry 4.0 vision

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08 February 2021

IN CONTRAST to conventional technology, smart sensors can do more than just reliably monitor and send measurement values; they also provide relevant data that can be used to set process optimisation and efficiency gains in motion, asserts Peter Dietrich

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09 November 2020

WHILE THE adoption of AI-based solutions in the industrial sector is still in its infancy, the many advantages it provides mean that this will not be the case for much longer asserts Faustino Gomez

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10 September 2020

As the practice of digital twinning becomes mainstream, sensors have become intelligent tools in the management of engineering and business processes. So, what does this ‘new normal’ mean for every-day sensor users, as well as for machine designers? Neil Sandhu talks us through the opportunities.

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