Manufacturing news stories - Page 2
Manufacturing firms leave millions of files exposed - Varonis report
“On average, every employee has access to over 6 million files — nearly one out of every five files — on their first day on the job."
Getac launches virtual showroom to showcase rugged mobile devices for manufacturing sector
Getac business development manager Frand Baldrighi says the virtual showroom enables visitors to explore Getac devices ‘from any angle’.
Preciseley Microtechnology focuses on 5G, AR/VR, and 3D LiDAR with new executive appointments
Micro-optical technology company, Preciseley Microtechnology, announces three new additions to its executive management team.
Standardisation and opening up supply chains will accelerate 3D printing adoption
As interest in the sector grows, the industry must rethink its own supply chain to ensure 3D printers become more economically feasible and widespread.
Stratasys acquires Origin, gears up for new market opportunities
“The completion of this acquisition marks an important milestone for Stratasys, positioning us to generate meaningful incremental revenue from a wide range of new market opportunities for mass production."
Manufacturing CFOs optimistic due to economic recovery, resilience and reshoring
There is strong evidence that manufacturing industry CFOs are looking beyond the current health crisis to see how their organisations can establish a sustainable recovery by building resilience and taking advantage of the push for reshoring.
CFOs turning to Industry 4.0 to evolve manufacturing sector
Business intelligence and CRM are increasingly important for pandemic recovery.
Beyond prototypes: How 3D printing is moving outside the test lab
The unique ability of 3D printers to construct precise and intricate shapes faster and more efficiently than a manual process represents a compelling point for companies eager to fabricate concepts, models, and bases for existing components.
Auckland-based Mulcahy Engineering signs $1m deal with Epicor
"The Epicor solution will allow us to make more informed business decisions, help us break into new markets and release new product offerings quicker."
The villain lurking in your PC - a cautionary tale
There’s likely something in your desktop PC just waiting to ruin your day.
Epicor acquired by investment firm in huge US$4.7 billion transaction
“We welcome this new partnership with CD&R, which shares our vision for growing the company, and I thank KKR for a highly successful partnership these past few years."
Konica Minolta Australia eyes up manufacturing market with new industrial robots
“The MiR 500 and MiR 1000 will have a critical role to play in the manufacturing and logistics organisations of the future and will play an important part in protecting workers and businesses, and helping them de-risk and future-proof their operations."
Hitachi Vantara expands digital manufacturing portfolio
Includes new manufacturing practice and expanded portfolio of digital manufacturing solutions, services and consulting services.
Machine vision will help revive struggling manufacturing industry - report
The coronavirus could prove to be an important catalyst in the adoption of Industry 4.0 initiative and machine vision in the Asia-Pacific region, according to GlobalData.
We’re still not ready for AI’s impact on employment
Australian individuals and companies “will need new skills and frameworks to be equipped to navigate the inevitable change ahead.”
How quantum computing is set to impact the finance industry
An accessible and operating quantum chip would provide immeasurable improvements to these algorithms, along with the machine learning that underpins them.
Fujitsu and SAP Japan collaborate on new solution
Fujitsu has launched a SAP solution designed to improve efficiency of operations including estimating specifications, arranging materials after receiving orders and issuing production orders.
Unsafe working environments in IT risking people's health
Excessive working hours, forced labour and discrimination are some of the problems that risk workers' health in the IT industry.
Risk management: Are CTOs setting the wrong priorities?
According to the survey, managers don’t allocate enough resources and have insufficient skills to effectively manage risks at their organisations.
Manufacturers will double multicloud use in next two years
Manufacturing industry gears up to outpace average adoption of hybrid cloud by 2020, reports Nutanix.
Update: Huawei lead counsel speaks out about the US case
“As shown in the motion, section 889 is unconstitutional selective legislative punishment."
Volvo and Varjo launch world-first mixed reality application for car development
“With this mixed reality approach, we can start evaluating designs and technologies while they are literally still on the drawing board."
HP drives 3D printing for the manufacturing industry
The new products and partnerships are designed to bring new levels of manufacturing predictability and quality to customers scaling to full production.
Ulbrich Stainless Steel uses AI-embedded solution to flatten IoT data challenges
“Collecting machine and sensor data from our factories and integrating that with ERP system data will help us understand the intricate relationships between equipment, people, suppliers and customers."