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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

How Industrial Edge Fuels Real-Time IoT Processes

Even a few years ago, data-intensive tasks still largely relied on costly cloud services or on-premises data centers. According to estimates, 2025, three-quarters of enterprise-generated data will be created and processed at the edge –…

3 analytics and AI trends that will dominate 2021

Data analytics is a domain in constant motion. Early in 2020, it seemed clear that organizations would continue to invest heavily in analytics to support their digital transformations. But the world of analytics and AI…

Nanorobots Fold Themselves

Army-funded researchers created nanosized robots that could enable locomotion, novel metamaterial design and high-fidelity sensors. Cornell University researchers created micron-sized shape memory actuators that fold themselves into 3D configurations and allow atomically thin 2D materials…

5 Innovations That Could End Plastic Packaging Waste

There’s poetic license in declaring that these ideas could end plastic waste, but what you will find are an impressive 5-item roundup of intriguing innovations in development that show promise and could make a dent.…

Wearable Technology Bolsters Worker Safety

As the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) has become more ubiquitous, intelligent sensors have made everything from machine vision systems to conveyor belts into sources of valuable data for upstream analytics. Soon, those sensors could…

6 Things to Keep in Mind When Switching to Predictive Maintenance

Predictive maintenance (PdM) is a proactive, data-driven maintenance approach to monitoring real-time equipment operating conditions, to predict possible equipment failure and establish efficient maintenance schedules. It continues to gain popularity over traditional methods, such as six…
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Other News

Taming AI’s Can/Should Problem

Bias in artificial intelligence seems to be an unending and endemic problem. Arguments abound about whether problems arise because the data going into AI analysis is biased, because the designers building systems are biased, or…

Cummins Cranks Up Additive Opportunities

There is no such thing as a silver bullet in manufacturing. No single production technology or methodology has the ability to efficiently or cost-effectively conquer every challenge. Instead, manufacturers need to best match the tools…

Honeywell Admits Sending F-35, F-22 Part Drawings To China

Honeywell has agreed to pay $13 million in fines and compliance costs after company officials sent multiple engineering and technical documents to China with details of multiple aircraft, including the Lockheed Martin F-35 and F-22,…

Global Chip Shortage Expected to Persist Until Q2 2022

The semiconductor supply will not return to normal levels until the second quarter of 2022, according to analyst firm Gartner Inc. “The semiconductor shortage will severely disrupt the supply chain and will constrain the production…

Defending Against Software Supply Chain Attacks

It seems every day there is a cybersecurity attack on companies. To help companies prevent these, last month National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), issues a publication on how to use the agency’s Cyber Supply Chain…
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