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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

MicroAI and Silicon Labs to Deploy Edge-Native AI

MicroAI, the pioneer in edge-native artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) products, announced today that it has joined Silicon Labs’ (NASDAQ: SLAB) Technology Partner Program and begun to collaborate to deliver the benefits of…

10 impediments to IT innovation

Innovation is a CIO imperative, with a majority of IT leaders saying they’ve become the primary champions of digital transformation within their organizations. There are, however, many impediments that could stymie CIOs and their IT…

Automated De-Powdering for 3D Printed Parts

Additive manufacturing (AM), commonly referred to as 3D printing, has seen double digit growth for several years now, and seems to be showing no sign of slowing down. According to Grand View Research, the 3D…
Workforce Development News

The top 7 change management tools

Over the past few years, change has accelerated in the workplace — especially during and in the post-COVID-19 environment. Change — whether motivated by technical initiatives or otherwise — can impact people and processes significantly,…

The Case for a Federal Office of Supply Chain

During the pandemic, the strength of the U.S supply chain was tested and often came up short. That’s why Mike Crum, a professor and Ruan Chair of Supply Chain Management in Iowa State University’s Ivy…

Reshoring Vital To The Future Of Chipmaking

Repatriating offshore manufacturing efforts to the United States – i.e., “reshoring” – is not a new concept. The Reshoring Initiative was founded in 2010, and the Reshoring Institute, founded in 2014, conducts annual surveys of…

Why is There Still a Truck Driver Shortage?

To understand the factors that continue to contribute to the truck driver shortage, third-party logistics provider Coyote Logistics and labor market analytics firm Emsi issued a new study on March 15. The report, “Drivers Wanted…

Training Displaced Workers for Jobs in Manufacturing

The City of Fremont, California, saw an opportunity to remedy a difficult problem. In the San Francisco Bay area, 20,900 jobs were lost due to the impact of COVID-19. At the same time, companies were ramping…
Mergers & Acquisitions News

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Other News

10 key skills for a successful cloud strategy

More than a decade into cloud adoption, CIOs still report that a lack of the latest needed skills has slowed or stymied their cloud strategies. One recent report, for example, found that the lack of…

EPS from up to 100% Recycled Material

Metzingen, December 2019. With rEPS, the Metzingen-based protective packaging specialist is breaking new ground when it comes to fully closing the recycling loop for EPS protective packaging. The raw material rEPS comprises of 100% recycled…

PPE Weathers Heat and Humidity Better than PA

Sabic has introduced Noryl GTX 9500 resin, an addition to its range of unfilled Noryl GTX resin grades that delivers dimensional stability under hot and humid conditions, addressing the challenge for highly demanding automotive applications.…

Tape backup as a defense vs. ransomware

Tape is definitely not the best choice for primary recovery, but it does have features that make it a credible option for restoring systems and data that have fallen victim to ransomware without having to…

12 IT skills paying the highest premiums today

As IT jobs grow increasingly complex, there’s more ambiguity surrounding how job titles are defined by any given company and how employers can compensate candidates in the same role with varying skillsets. Pay premiums help…

This Electric Tricycle Is 3D Printed Using Plastic Waste

An electric cargo trike concept by EOOS NEXT offers a solution to plastic waste. The trike is called the Zero-emission Utility Vehicle, or ZUV, and the chassis was 3D printed from plastic waste from supermarkets,…
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