The term High-Tech (high technology) relates to advanced, state-of-the-art technology such as micro-electronics used as components in the production of goods such as desk and laptop computers, mobile devices, smart phones and tablet PCs. The term high tech refers to the most advanced technology currently available. It is often used in reference to micro-electronics. Hi-Tech Manufacturing software enables control and optimisation of production operations as well as providing the supply chain visibility you need to better understand the status of outsourced activities and trading partner relationships and their impact on orders, inventory and distribution. This visibility enables effective management of every aspect of the supply chain to balance demand with production efforts, maintain optimum inventory levels and meet customer expectations.
Five brand new digital manufacturing research centres and projects to help supply chains become more productive are among recipients of £53 million of new government funding to drive the development of the latest digital manufacturing technologies, Investment Minister Lord Grimstone has announced.
The team behind the deployment of the first 5G network in a UK factory has launched a new company providing Testbed as a Service (TaaS) opportunities to manufacturers, accelerating its vision of smart manufacturing and digital innovation across Industry 4.0.
As younger workers enter the manufacturing sector, it is imperative that manufacturers enhance their digital transformation initiatives if they want to attract the best talent. This is according to Jason Chester, Director of Global Channel Programs at InfinityQS.
Tanium, the provider of endpoint management and security built for the world’s most demanding IT environments, has released findings of a study that highlights the potential savings that public and private sector European organisations could realise by improving endpoint visibility and control across their IT estates.
As global demand for produced goods continues to climb, manufacturing organisations are facing new challenges in meeting customer demand and elevated safety concerns along the supply chain due to a backlog of goods in transit.
Augury joins the World Economic Forum’s Global Innovators Community to transform the future of manufacturing with machine health
Augury has joined the World Economic Forum’s Global Innovators Community. This invitation-only community is composed of the world’s most promising start-ups and scale-ups with cutting-edge business models and technologies.
The global golf ball market is estimated to be worth over £1.1 billion by 2025 with individual players spending upwards of £400 per year on golf balls.
Commvault, the Intelligent Data Services solutions provider across on-premises, cloud and SaaS environments, has launched a new partnership with SoftwareONE, provider of end-to-end software and cloud technology solutions.
Collaborative robots expand potential labour pool to help fill shortage of workers for warehouses and fulfilment centres
Collaborative robots could help tackle a looming labour shortage in UK warehouses by addressing the barriers deterring people from working in the sector, according to a new survey by fulfilment solutions provider 6 River Systems.
By Laith Marmash, EMEA Product Marketing Advisor – Machine Vision/Fixed Industrial Scanning, Zebra Technologies.
Coined over a decade ago, the term Industry 4.0 refers to a new industrial revolution driven by major trends such as Big Data, greater computational power, ultra-connectivity, robotics, automation, advanced analytics and 3D printing.