AMI CONSOLIDATOR ARCHIVE

The Manufacturing News Consolidator

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Below is the archive collection of that news categorized by Innovation, Workforce Development, Mergers & Acquisitions, and Other News.

Innovation News

Securing Digital Transformation for Legacy Systems

How does one begin to secure the digital transformation journey in two legacy enterprises? Kush Sharma, principal for Sharma and Company and former CISO for the city of Toronto, shares his experience and offers advice…

To End Wind Power Waste, Siemens Gamesa Designs Recyclable Blades

Siemens Gamesa recently announced it began manufacturing recyclable offshore wind turbine blades, called RecyclableBlades, for commercial use. Reuters reported the Spanish turbine maker claims it is the first to construct these types of turbine blades.…

Siemens introduces mPower power integrity solution

Siemens Digital Industries Software introduced new mPower power integrity software for analog, digital and mixed-signal IC designs. The new software is claimed to be the industry’s first and only IC-power integrity-verification solution to provide virtually…

Black Belts + Machine Learning Can Be a Powerful Combination

Manufacturing organizations learned some hard lessons over the last two years. Prior to the pandemic, digital transformation initiatives were conducted mostly as speculative and experimental. In 2018, $1.3 trillion was spent on digital initiatives globally,…

Innovations: Plastic-Like Compostable Packaging Is Baked

A dough made from starch, fiber, and little else that’s baked into compostable packaging using patented technology by Evanesce Packaging Solutions is a breakthrough recipe for sustainable packaging. Company founder Douglas Horne was an elected…
Workforce Development News

Reskilling IT for digital success

The tech talent shortage has CIOs scrambling to ensure that employees brush up on the latest skills and technologies that facilitate business agility. But the COVID-19 pandemic illuminated the need to have adaptable, flexible staff…

Why Pivoting People Is a Strategic Priority

Just like post-pandemic physical workspaces will need revising, so too will the skill sets and capabilities of our employees. Yes, leaders absolutely need to reimagine the workplace, but organizations cannot lose sight of the people…

7 ways to win the IT talent war

The IT battlefield is littered with the careers of CIOs who failed to understand that top-tier talent is essential to remain competitive in a world of continual tech disruption. And the stakes may only be…

Paving the Way for Smart Factories

Intel, EXOR International, TIM and JMA Wireless teamed together to build an end-to-end smart factory in Verona, Italy, as an example of the benefits of Industry 4.0 digitalization to manufacturers of all sizes. Based on…

How Digital Inclusion Can Help Solve Grand Challenges

Hackathon events usually run over several days and involve hundreds or even thousands of people brainstorming and critiquing projects. Before the pandemic, most events were done in person or through a combination of in-person and…
Mergers & Acquisitions News

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Other News

Automation Is a Shop’s Competitive Advantage

Customers’ rising expectations, a widening labor gap, and supply-chain uncertainty mean that automation – which can provide a productivity advantage – is becoming increasingly essential for machine shops’ viability. The rate at which machine shops…

Windows Subsystem for Linux is ready for Windows 11

Microsoft has just made the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) available in the Microsoft Store for Windows 11 systems. WSL is the application that allows Windows users to run a GNU/Linux environment directly on Windows…

Sinclair TV Stations Targeted in Weekend Ransomware Attack

Sinclair Broadcast Group, Inc., which owns or operates 186 television stations across 87 U.S. markets, has been hit with a ransomware attack that has disrupted operations – including advertisements and certain newscasts and programming. In…

Combating Labor Shortages with Automated Warehouse Solutions

The U.S. economy is currently in a high-pressure labor market, and warehouses and distribution centers (DCs) are feeling the squeeze. From workers aging out of the workforce, complications from the pandemic, naturally high turnover rates,…

Bridging Optics and Electronics

Spatial light modulators are common optical components found in everything from home theater projectors to cutting-edge laser imaging and optical computing. These components can control various aspects of a light, such as intensity or and…
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