AMI CONSOLIDATOR ARCHIVE

The Manufacturing News Consolidator

AMI issues a weekly email newsletter, The AMI Consolidator, that includes the top manufacturing relevant news from around the world in a concise, easy to read format. If you would like to receive this newsletter in your mailbox, please subscribe here.

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

Innovation News

Are You Ready to Lead Work Without Jobs?

The way we have traditionally organized work and workers is becoming increasingly obsolete. We are moving toward a new work operating system that will deconstruct work into tasks and projects that may be assigned not…

Hard Iron Meets Artificial Intelligence at John Deere

John Deere is leveraging Intel’s artificial intelligence (AI) technology to help solve a costly, age-old problem in the manufacturing-welding process. Deere is piloting a solution that uses computer vision to automatically spot common defects in…

Product News: AWS announces of Amazon Lookout for Equipment

Amazon Web Services, Inc. (AWS) announced the general availability of Amazon Lookout for Equipment, a service that uses AWS-developed machine learning models to help customers perform predictive maintenance on the equipment in their facilities. Amazon…

Small-Caliber Gun Barrel Processing

ABSOLUTE MACHINE TOOLS’ portfolio of machine tools and automation systems includes machines specifically engineered for drilling, reaming, and rifling of small-caliber gun barrels. These Precihole brand machines can be combined into processing cells so a…

Discovery Could Help Lengthen Lifespan of Electronic Devices

Ferroelectric materials are used in many devices, including memories, capacitors, actuators and sensors. These devices are commonly used in both consumer and industrial instruments, such as computers, medical ultrasound equipment and underwater sonars. Over time,…
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Other News

Morphing Computer Hardware Confounds Hackers

We know the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency — or, DARPA — has its hands in a lot of unique and exciting projects. The organization dates back to the Sputnik-era in the 1950s and since…

How to Reduce the Risk of Colliding Change Initiatives

Most prescriptions for organizational change have focused on how to launch a single change initiative. This made sense in a stable world in which undertakings were planned and executed gradually and sequentially — like controllers…

Texas Instruments Continues As World’s Top Analog IC Supplier

Analog ICs remain a critical component in nearly all of today’s digital-centric systems. Consumer, computing, communications, automotive, and industrial/medical systems rely on analog devices to manage power consumption and to help extend battery life in…

Elevated Conveyor Conserves Critical Floor Space

Multi-Conveyor (Winneconne, WI) – recently built a series of powered mild steel conveyors including a unique gravity conveyor to transport tall shaped plastic products. Products are robotically placed on a 5 feet high dual-lane conveyor…
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