Hot on the heels of continued posturing and announcements from Hyundai about the manufacturer’s plans to enter the electric vehicle market as a more affordable option, the carmaker is apparently also in talks with tech...
Automotive industry giant Hyundai Motors made waves recently, acquiring noted robotics lab Boston Dynamics for more than $1 billion. That’s a hefty investment – but what does it really represent?
The world of work is changing rapidly. As manufacturers upgrade to more intelligent machines that can produce goods faster and more cheaply, they’re faced with a people problem.
Overall Equipment Effectiveness, or OEE, is a metric that attempts to identify the percentage of planned production time that’s truly productive – but does it even come close to telling the entire story of a...
Lean manufacturing has become a buzzword in the production space over the last several years.
With the #1 selling car company in the US being that of electric vehicles (Tesla), it’s no wonder that major car manufacturers are looking at EV for the future. For GM, they look to their...
The U.S. is experiencing a manufacturing skills gap shortage caused by a resistance on behalf of members of the millennials and Gen Z generations to pursue education in manufacturing skills.
When it comes to combining artificial intelligence and IoT, industry has so far clearly focused on predictive maintenance.
A potential Vanguard Modular customer may know they need a modular building but not what the process will entail.
New products hit store shelves each day, with up to 21,000 new food and beverage products released in a year. That doesn’t account for the new package sizes and packaging designs that brands develop and launch to...
New offering provides immediate access to metrology equipment, maintenance and certification so manufacturers can focus on production
Following the economic downturn in the first half of the year due to the coronavirus pandemic, KUKA has shown initial signs of recovery in the third quarter of 2020.
There’s a common misconception in the manufacturing industry that automation and robots are set to sweep in and take jobs from hard-working humans. That simply isn’t the case.
HP’s Mike Belcher outlines his work at the intersection of education and technology and how the future of EdTech is taking shape.
During a time in which many companies have moved manufacturing to other countries, Draper continues to design, engineer, and assemble our products in the USA.
LeddarTech Announces a Collaborative Agreement with Flex for the Development of an Automotive Front...
This cooperation provides a viable path to volume deployment for advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and autonomous driving (AD).
There’s a lot more to designing and manufacturing a product than having a great idea and hitting the production lines.
There’s no industry that wasn’t altered by the coronavirus, and that includes automation and robotics in manufacturing. Joe Jemma, host of Calvary Robotics Branded TV, tackles the scope of these changes.
Facilities like data centers and other solutions needed for high-tech industries are looking to match their demand with their infrastructure, TAS Energy CEO JT Grumski said, making speed to market a critical factor for builders.
The hub includes a series of free STEM-based lessons and curriculum through Toyota USA Foundation partners, virtual field tips and more.
"The policies TF6 has chosen to focus on will have a direct impact on how we, as an international community, shape our immediate future."
DeGeest Steel Works recently announced a name change – the second in company history – to simply DeGeest, a simplification that better reflect the company’s constant commitment to expanding its range of solutions and services for
It may not be Rosie from the Jetsons, but robots are certainly here to stay in American life. It just turns out robots are a lot better at manufacturing than they are around the house.