To prosper in a volatile world, manufacturers need to be able to shift gears quickly with more flexible, dynamic operating systems and technologies, a new study from Accenture warns, or face being on “the fast track to obsolescence.”...More
Surrounded by industry insiders and company executives, with all the pageantry of high finance historical firsts, Universal Robots' UR5 robot arm rang the closing bell at the NASDAQ last night – the first non-human hand to ever yield such (symbolic) power....More
As a high proportion of manufacturing personnel nears retirement, intelligence is at risk of exiting the shop floor forever. Only the strategic use of people, processes, and technology can secure it....More
To determine where college graduates are settling, demographer Wendell Cox analyzed the change in the number of holders of bachelor’s degrees and above between 2007 and 2012 in the 51 metropolitan statistical areas with over a million people.