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Manufacturers Push for Open, Interoperable Control Systems

Now is the time for manufacturers to band together to force providers of real time control systems to replace their closed, proprietary technologies with distributed control systems and programmable logic control systems that are open, interoperable, and …
Now is the time for manufacturers to band together to force providers of real time control systems to replace their closed, proprietary technologies with distributed control syste… http://wsww.manufacturing-executive.com/blog/manufacturers-push-open-interoperable-control-systems/

Is Service the ‘Killer App’ for Augmented Reality?

In the technology field, it sometimes takes a long time for vision to become reality. Artificial intelligence, analytics, robots, many categories of software, and even the now-popular 3D printing technology have all traveled a lengthy road to get to the p…
In the technology field, it sometimes takes a long time for vision to become reality. Artificial intelligence, analytics, robots, many categories of software, and even the now-pop… http://wsww.manufacturing-executive.com/blog/service-killer-app-augmented-reality/

P&G Plant Tour: ML Council Members Say Industry Transformation Won’t Affect the Need for Plant Floor Disciplines

Many people in industry today believe that the convergence of manufacturing with new and advanced technologies such as 3D printing, cyber-physical systems, and Big Data will have a profound effect on the way production is organized and conducted. But as l…
Many people in industry today believe that the convergence of manufacturing with new and advanced technologies such as 3D printing, cyber-physical systems, and Big Data will have … http://wsww.manufacturing-executive.com/blog/pg-plant-tour-ml-council-members-say-industry-transformation-wont-affect-need-plant-floor-disciplines/

Study: U.S. Manufacturers Trail Offshore Competitors on Innovation, Strategic Planning

U.S. manufacturers are falling behind offshore competitors when it comes to the breadth and formality of their innovation initiatives, according to a recent survey by accounting and consulting firm McGladrey.
Popular Discussions U.S. manufacturers are falling behind offshore competitors when it comes to the breadth and formality of their innovation initiatives, according to a recent … http://wsww.manufacturing-executive.com/discussion/study-us-manufacturers-trail-offshore-competitors-innovation-strategic-planning/

Are Changing Business Models the Key to Manufacturing’s Future?

If manufacturing leaders hope to be ready for the major transformational shifts that lie ahead over the next few years, they will need to adopt business models that are a lot more collaborative and agile and that boost their ability to innovate.
If manufacturing leaders hope to be ready for the major transformational shifts that lie ahead over the next few years, they will need to adopt business models that are a lot more… http://wsww.manufacturing-executive.com/blog/are-changing-business-models-key-manufacturings-future/

Digital Love: The Unchartered Waters of the New Machine Age

As we continue to witness marvelous advances in technologies such as robotic systems, data mining, decision-making software, and voice-response programs, it isn’t hard to imagine a future in which human beings will increasingly interact with, and relate t…
As we continue to witness marvelous advances in technologies such as robotic systems, data mining, decision-making software, and voice-response programs, it isn’t hard to im… http://wsww.manufacturing-executive.com/blog/digital-love-unchartered-waters-new-machine-age/

The New Face of Vision Systems

Manufacturers are no strangers to vision systems, having used them for years to automate the monitoring of things such as product quality and equipment performance. But now solution providers are putting a new spin on vision systems, rolling out products …
Popular Discussions Manufacturers are no strangers to vision systems, having used them for years to automate the monitoring of things such as product quality and equipment perfo… http://wsww.manufacturing-executive.com/discussion/new-face-vision-systems/

Study: Manufacturers Face Big Gaps Between Strategies and Execution

Coming up with a new idea or better way of doing something is usually a lot easier than making it work. As Thomas Edison once said, “Genius is one percent inspiration and ninety-nine percent perspiration.” When it comes to manufacturing strategies to gro…
Popular Discussions Coming up with a new idea or better way of doing something is usually a lot easier than making it work. As Thomas Edison once said, “Genius is one perc… http://wsww.manufacturing-executive.com/discussion/study-manufacturers-face-big-gaps-between-strategies-and-execution/

Getting Real about Reshoring

In the discussions, conference calls, and face-to-face meetings we conduct regularly with members of the Manufacturing Leadership Council, top executives tell us they want to focus on a fairly consistent range of issues and concerns such as how to achieve…
In the discussions, conference calls, and face-to-face meetings we conduct regularly with members of the Manufacturing Leadership Council, top executives tell us they want to focu… http://wsww.manufacturing-executive.com/blog/getting-real-about-reshoring/

Has Most Operational Improvement Low-Hanging Fruit Already Been Plucked?

Having spent the past few years intensively pursuing operational efficiencies through philosophies such as Lean, how close are manufacturers today to realizing most of the available cost savings? According to a recently-concluded survey by Oxford Economic…
Popular Discussions Having spent the past few years intensively pursuing operational efficiencies through philosophies such as Lean, how close are manufacturers today to realizi… http://wsww.manufacturing-executive.com/discussion/has-most-operational-improvement-low-hanging-fruit-already-been-plucked/

The Rise of Disability in America

Apparently the common man’s approach to not having the skills to access the job market is to claim disability over an indeterminate period of time
Popular Blogs A recent article by Chana Joffe-Walt “Unfit for Work: The startling rise of disability in America” shows how an alarming number of Americans are dealin… http://wsww.manufacturing-executive.com/blog/rise-disability-america/

Are U.S. Plants Ready To Support a Reshoring Surge?

Evidence continues to mount that forces such as rising labor costs in China and lower energy costs in North America may stimulate a reshoring surge. Just last week, a survey by consulting and research firm Alix Partners indicated that, in the eyes of manu…
Popular Blogs Evidence continues to mount that forces such as rising labor costs in China and lower energy costs in North America may stimulate a reshoring surge. Just last week… http://wsww.manufacturing-executive.com/blog/are-us-plants-ready-support-reshoring-surge/

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