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Published By: Dell EMEA     Published Date: Jun 14, 2019
The manufacturing industry has always been at the forefront of embracing new ways of doing things faster, smarter and better. Today, we’re at a fascinating inflection point. Industry 4.0 — a long-used term in manufacturing — has become increasingly mainstream, due to the availability of affordable IoT infrastructure, the desire to gain new business insights from data plus the arrival of advanced connectivity technologies, such as 5G. As a solution builder, you can help your manufacturing customers realize benefits in the era of new industrial revolution. We can help you manage data across the entire manufacturing process and supply chain, from the edge to the core to the cloud, speeding up you application development and compressing time to market. Our team of engineers and project managers are ready to help you design and build solutions on Tier 1 infrastructure to meet your unique requirements. Download this eBook to learn how to take advantage of Industry 4.0 and deliver Next Gen
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Published By: Schneider Electric     Published Date: Apr 23, 2019
The supply chain for manufacturers and distributors is facing challenges around increased analytics, multichannel fulfillment, talent shortages, and the use of new technologies such as wireless, augmented reality, robotics and machine-to-machine (M2M). At the same time, there is continued focus on cost reduction and sustainability. The Industrial Internet of Things is driving a huge transformation as it increases the interconnection between connected devices and analytics. The smart manufacturing enterprise can seize opportunities to maximize efficiency and safety through networking and intuitive collaboration with its users. This eBook shares practical steps to follow for a smart material handling and logistics approach.
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Published By: 3D Systems     Published Date: Mar 07, 2019
To stay competitive, manufacturers have to meet the rapidly changing needs of customers while retaining high quality products, at the same time as controlling costs. Product lifetimes are shrinking and customers are expecting more customization and innovation. Agility is the key to staying ahead of the competition and meeting the needs of customers. The FabPro 1000 entry-level industrial 3D printer delivers production-grade parts, at high speed, with six sigma repeatability, and can be used across a distributed manufacturing and engineering enterprise. With a low cost of entry, FabPro 1000 enables agile manufacturing operations to meet customer needs rapidly and effectively empowers engineers to deliver more value and quality in the product development process. To find out more download this whitepaper today!
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Published By: 3D Systems     Published Date: Feb 28, 2019
Ideal for engineers for prototyping and verifying designs across a range of industrial and consumer goods applications, the FabPro Elastic BLK material offers excellent compressive characteristics and shape recovery with a realistic opaque black rubber look and feel. Quick printing and quick curing, FabPro Elastic BLK material saves times and money versus outsourcing to a third party for manufacturing. Suggested applications include: • Overmolds, seals, grommets, grips and vibration dampening components • Functional parts including dust covers, push buttons and cable stress reliefs FabPro Elastic BLK material expands the range of functional materials for 3D Systems' most affordable industrial 3D printer, the FabPro 1000. Rugged and durable, the FabPro 1000 is designed for engineers and designers who want to save time and money by managing their design and prototyping processes in-house.
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Published By: 3D Systems     Published Date: Feb 28, 2019
Rewrite the rules of injection molding with 3D Systems thermoplastic additive manufacturing printers and materials. Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) technology is at the heart of a growing trend in mass custom manufacturing as well as functional prototyping. The right additive technologies, materials and finishes are transforming manufacturing. Digital-direct thermoplastic manufacturing offers exceptional quality while opening the door to novel design parameters not possible with injection molding. Thermoplastic additive manufacturing also bypasses the long lead time and up-front investment in injection molding tooling. If you measure your finished parts on the three dimensions: quality, time to market, and cost per cubic inch, in many situations industrial SLS offers a better total value proposition. 3D Systems offers a wide variety of 3D printable thermoplastics, engineered for a range of applications. Materials specialists, designers, and manufacturing engineers can collaborate on
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Published By: TIBCO Software GmbH     Published Date: Jan 15, 2019
Whether you know it as Industry 4.0, the 4th Industrial Revolution, or Smart Industry, Manufacturing is going through a deep transformation, with changes that are centered around digitalization. While most industries are already on this digitalization path, the disruption is more visible and pronounced in manufacturing because it is expanding virtual data and processes into environments that have been fundamentally about physical products. This transformation has already started, and its impact is expected to be massive. Technical, economic, and social changes are expected across the whole manufacturing ecosystem, with jobs shifting from offshoring back to nearshoring. Strong technology elements driving this digital revolution include 3D printing, robotizing and automation, smart factory with IoT and machine learning, and supply chain digitization. Their impact is profound.
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Published By: Epicor     Published Date: Jan 09, 2019
Behind the scenes of the world’s leading industrial and manufacturing companies, a profound digital transformation is now underway .1 As with any profound transformation, the opportunities for competitive advantage and growth are enormous, but so are the challenges . How do you determine what your next digital transformation steps should be? How do you position your manufacturing business to take the next step—and the one after that? This eBook will help you answer these questions . In it we will: XX Introduce the role of visibility in digital transformation XX Consider three key trends that are shaping the future of manufacturing by delivering the visibility that enables transformation: – Growth of the Internet of Things (IoT) – The advance of analytics – The migration of applications to the cloud XX Identify the traits you need in your core systems to take advantage of these trends—giving you the visibility to identify and take the steps that will help transform your business into
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Published By: Zebra Technologies     Published Date: Oct 01, 2018
The Industrial Revolution 4.0 is upon us and manufacturers who want to stay competitive need to adapt or they will inevitably fall behind. However, that’s easier said than done. Updating proprietary legacy systems can be expensive, complicated, and lead to unwanted downtime that can slow production on the plant floor. How do companies accomplish such a critical change without draining budgets and upending workflow? Surprisingly, the answer doesn't always involve completely rebuilding systems from scratch. Instead, removing antiquated equipment and streamlining connectivity without creating new security risks could successfully start organizations on their path to reaping the benefits of Manufacturing 4.0.
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Published By: Epicor     Published Date: Jun 06, 2018
Selecting a new manufacturing execution system (MES) can be difficult. With so many options in the marketplace, it can be overwhelming to sort out which one is the right fit for your business. In this report, we believe Gartner provides some clarity by naming a selection of vendors that specialize in creating MES solutions that support the unique capabilities of discrete industrial manufacturers and fit inside Gartner’s Magic Quadrant Perspective for MES. According to Gartner, recommended assessment criteria for technology and service selection are: • Relevant industry experience • Industry-specific functionality • Supplier collaboration • Financial viability • Evidence of innovation Download the report to learn more about why Epicor is named a notable vendor and why we believe you should consider Mattec MES for your manufacturing business.
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Published By: B Channels     Published Date: May 01, 2018
Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) originally described IoT as used across several industries: manufacturing, logistics, oil and gas, transportation, energy/utilities, mining and metals, aviation and other industrial sectors. Download this paper to understand the research insights of the future of IoT.
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Published By: MacroAir     Published Date: Apr 26, 2018
HVAC concerns in an industrial facility like a warehouse or manufacturing plant can be complicated. Not only are these spaces usually larger than traditional commercial areas, but they often have equipment or products that need to maintain a specific temperature. MacroAir’s large industrial ceiling fans provide optimal airflow for industrial facilities and are an affordable alternative to HVAC systems. MacroAir’s big industrial fans deliver a cooling effect for occupants, help control the effects of humidity, and can also help conserve heat in colder months by pushing warm air that is trapped at the ceiling toward the walls and down to the floor at occupant level. MacroAir’s big ceiling fans provide an efficient airflow solution and a sustainable alternative to relying on HVAC alone to cool large spaces.
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industrial fans, industrial facilities, macroair fans, commercial fans
    
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Published By: MacroAir     Published Date: Apr 26, 2018
Large industrial facilities such as warehouses and manufacturing plants present a huge operational challenge because of their size. With extremely tall ceilings and a lot of square footage to cool or heat, keeping occupants comfortable is difficult. The solution: MacroAir big industrial ceiling fans. MacroAir large industrial fans create a more comfortable climate and reduce energy costs for large industrial facilities. MacroAir invented the large industrial ceiling fan in 1998 to deliver a cost-effective climate control solution by generating large amounts of airflow. MacroAir’s big industrial fans produce a cooling effect, help control the effects of humidity, and can also help conserve heat in colder months by pushing warm air that is trapped at the ceiling toward the walls and down to the floor at occupant level. MacroAir big industrial ceiling fans create an environment where employee’s feel comfortable, which results in increased productivity and improved industrial operations.
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industrial fans, industrial facilities, macroair fans, commercial fans
    
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Published By: Domino     Published Date: Apr 06, 2018
Domino provides a broad portfolio of innovative industrial coding and marking solutions developed in collaboration with customers in food and beverage, life sciences, manufacturing and other industries. Beyond delivering the latest printing technologies and Industry 4.0 connectivity, Domino brings four decades of knowledge and expertise to help companies maximize productivity and OEE with agility to meet the changing needs of today’s fast-paced world. Domino is more than a mark. Domino printing technologies include thermal transfer overprinting, thermal ink jet, continuous ink jet, print-and-apply labeling, large character inkjet and laser.
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Published By: Zebra Technologies     Published Date: Mar 23, 2018
The Industrial Revolution 4.0 is upon us and manufacturers who want to stay competitive need to adapt or they will inevitably fall behind. However, that’s easier said than done. Updating proprietary legacy systems can be expensive, complicated, and lead to unwanted downtime that can slow production on the plant floor. How do companies accomplish such a critical change without draining budgets and upending workflow? Surprisingly, the answer doesn't always involve completely rebuilding systems from scratch. Instead, removing antiquated equipment and streamlining connectivity without creating new security risks could successfully start organizations on their path to reaping the benefits of Manufacturing 4.0
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industrial, revolution, manufacturers, organizations, systems, budgets, workflow, zebra, technologies
    
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Published By: SAS     Published Date: Mar 06, 2018
The most recent decade has seen rapid advances in connectivity, mobility, analytics, scalability, and data, spawning what has been called the fourth industrial revolution, or Industry 4.0. This fourth industrial revolution has digitalized operations and resulted in transformations in manufacturing efficiency, supply chain performance, product innovation, and in some cases enabled entirely new business models. This transformation should be top of mind for quality leaders, as quality improvement and monitoring are among the top use cases for Industry 4.0. Quality 4.0 is closely aligning quality management with Industry 4.0 to enable enterprise efficiencies, performance, innovation and business models. However, much of the market isn’t focusing on Quality 4.0, since many quality teams are still trying to solve yesterday’s problems: inefficiency caused by fragmented systems, manual metrics calculations, quality teams independently performing quality work with minimal cross-functional own
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Published By: SAS     Published Date: Jan 17, 2018
The Internet of Things can bring big benefits. But what exactly is IoT, and how are different industries taking advantage of it? This TDWI e-book explores in detail what IoT and the Industrial IoT (IIoT) do for retailers, the automotive industry, state and local governments working with utilities firms, and the manufacturing industry. Common themes include connectedness, data-driven insights, predictive capabilities and transformation.
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Published By: SAP EMEA Global     Published Date: Dec 13, 2017
For manufacturers, this IDC white paper examines the current and future Internet of Things (IoT) imperative for the following discrete manufacturing industries: automotive, aerospace and defense, high tech, and industrial machinery. We highlight IoT-enabled scenarios — those possible both now and in an Industry 4.0 future with smart manufacturing. (IDC defines IoT as a network of uniquely identifiable endpoints or “things” that communicate without human interaction using IP connectivity.) These scenarios more tightly integrate “things” with other information, processes, and even value chains. Further, we demonstrate how companies in these industries leverage technology to create business value today and disruptive opportunities tomorrow.
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Published By: HP Inc.     Published Date: Dec 06, 2017
HP transforming manufacturing with breakthrough 3D printing technology. Our white paper uncovers one the 4th Industrial Revolution's most disruptive technologies. Reinvent your business with Multi Jet Fusion Technology. HP is ushering in a new era for manufacturing with Multi Jet Fusion technology. In this white paper, see how innovations such as high-speed synchronous architecture – that builds parts layer-by-layer – and HP’s Multi Jet Fusion Open Platform are poised to redefine 3D printing.
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printer, technical, hp3d, platform, manufacturing
    
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Published By: SAP     Published Date: Nov 22, 2017
In today’s market, discrete manufacturers must stay focused on traditional objectives — increasing uptime and throughput in the plant and closely managing costs throughout their operations. At the same time, they must also create and offer more integrated products and services and even new business models to enhance the customer experience. These new offerings incorporate increasing amounts of technology — including Internet of Things. Indeed, by 2018, nearly one-third of industry leaders will be disrupted by competitors that are digitally-enabled. For manufacturers, this IDC white paper examines the current and future Internet of Things (IoT) imperative for the following discrete manufacturing industries: automotive, aerospace and defense, high tech, and industrial machinery. We highlight IoT-enabled scenarios — those possible both now and in an Industry 4.0 future with smart manufacturing.
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market, traditional objectives, uptime, plant, managing, costs, operations, offerings
    
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Published By: UPS     Published Date: Nov 09, 2017
The Role of Additive Manufacturing in Production of the Future Additive manufacturing (AM) is the process of adding layers of material — most commonly plastics or resins, and increasingly metals — to produce products according to precise digital plans. With AM, products are produced using only the material necessary, therefore minimizing scrap. Modern digital technology is transforming every industry, including manufacturing. Yet in The Rise of Smart Operations, a survey of machinery manufacturers conducted by UPS and IDC, roughly one-half of the respondents said their digital or “smart” operations were lagging the competition or were at a significant disadvantage. Manufacturers will also find practical solutions they can consider implementing today to incorporate smarter operations in their production processes of the future.
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Published By: SAS     Published Date: Oct 18, 2017
Quality 4.0 isn't really a story about technology. It's about how that technology improves culture, collaboration, competency and leadership. The last decade has seen rapid advances in connectivity, mo­bility, analytics, scalability and data, creating what some call the fourth industrial revolution, or Industry 4.0. With the help of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), manufacturers have digitized operations, transforming efficiency, supply-chain performance and in­novation. This revolution has even created entirely new business models. This e-book gives manufacturers the tools to lead the Qual­ity 4.0 transformation – a transformation that raises traditional manufacturing to the next level. It teaches readers to use advanced technology, analytics and IIoT to strengthen the manufacturing process and bring it forward into a powerful digital age.
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Published By: CyberX     Published Date: Aug 21, 2017
Today, a range of diverse cyber-adversaries — including nation-states, cybercriminals, competitors, hacktivists, and insiders/contractors — pose financial, reputational and regulatory risk to industrial and critical infrastructure organizations. The business impact can include costly production downtime, safety failures, and environmental release of hazardous materials, as well as theft of corporate secrets such as sensitive information about formulas and proprietary manufacturing processes. The challenge is compounded as organizations adopt digitization initiatives and IT/OT convergence to support the business — removing any “air-gaps” that may have existed in the past. To help security and operations teams stay ahead of the latest ICS/SCADA threats, CyberX — the industrial cybersecurity company founded by military cyber experts with nation-state experience securing critical infrastructure — has partnered with SANS to create educational content about emerging ICS threat vectors and
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ics, scada, cyberx, cyber security, hacking, randomware
    
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Published By: Dassault Systèmes     Published Date: Aug 08, 2017
A recent study by Engineering.com indicated there is a significant gap between how Industrial Equipment Manufacturing companies value specific aspects of their project execution and how they judge their performance. In order to address the challenging aspects of product development projects, it was determined that projects with a web-based Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) solution will perform higher. Learn how PLM solutions with embedded project management can uniquely provide the following operational best practices: • Full alignment between projects and the product portfolio in order to leverage common technology platforms and launch products to market faster • Coordination of a project’s schedule and resources, with its scope as defined by requirements and development constraints, in order to meet market expectations • Automatic project task updates as development work is completed to provide a real-time understanding of project status and progress
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product development, engineering, companies, plm, product lifecycle management, market, designs, budget, dassault
    
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Published By: Oracle APAC ZO OD Prime Volume SCM ABM Leads June 2017     Published Date: Jul 12, 2017
The manufacturing industry has entered a completely new technological realm that did not even exist five years ago. Three industrial revolutions forever changed manufacturing—and the world—and the fourth is now underway. Factories have had to adapt rapidly with the advent of advanced automation and robotics as well as software to manage processes and control. The onset of digital manufacturing accelerates the need for new approaches. While consumers typically embrace disruptive technology with enthusiasm, manufacturers inevitably approach new technology with caution, carefully evaluating how it can improve their businesses. Eventually, however, caution must be replaced with innovation to ensure survival. Those organizations that find themselves on the wrong side of the technology curve today will face increasing challenges to remain competitive as time marches forward.
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supply chain management, scm, manufacturing, digital manufacturing
    
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Published By: Zebra Technologies     Published Date: Jul 06, 2017
Know the warning signs to see if you’re at risk of your printers choking when you need them most. Download “The 6 Most Critical Barcode Printer Choking Hazards.”
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printer intelligence, industrial printers, desktop printers, mobile printers, highly durable printers, improving warehouse, manufacturing productivity, shipping accuracy, inventory accuracy, price management accuracy
    
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