IoT Device Security at the Edge Poses Unique Challenges

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Manufacturing is at a bit of a crossroads. And while there is no one incident that has brought about the current need for action, it is undeniable that supply chains are tattered, and customer demands are shifting. It is time for businesses to make some tough choices. Strategic investments in additive manufacturing could help. “The supply chain became global to the benefit of consumers and the increasing the quality of life for a lot of people. But it’s kind of gone a little far,” ExOne CEO John Hartner says. “There has been somewhat of a wake-up call recently combining tariff wars, the pandemic, incidents like the Suez Canal, as well as the awareness that local production, when done cost-effectively and sustainably, is more effective and more responsive to the consumer demand. This is especially true as demand has become increasingly customized and unique.”

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