In Part 3 of The Factory of the Future, a look at the benefits that will accrue to manufacturers who are ready to embrace IoT, robotics and other new technologies.
Part 2 of The Factory of the Future series: 10 characteristics that manufacturers ready to embrace the Fourth Industrial Revolution share.
Part one of a four-part series examining the definition of the Factory of the Future, common characteristics, benefits and how to get started.
Manufacturers that want to retain their competitive advantage in the Fourth Industrial Revolution will increase production flexibility, automate logistics and deploy smart machines and smart products along the manufacturing value chain.
The companies’ legal cases have added some momentum to their cause, with the tech industry’s push against government intrusion looking like it will continue for the foreseeable future.
Senator Diane Feinstein: “No entity or individual is above the law. We need strong encryption to protect personal data, but we also need to know when terrorists are plotting to kill Americans.”
Dell knocked HP from the top spot in the United States, but six straight quarterly drops worldwide have sent just about everybody in the industry reeling.
When it comes to security breaches, end users and owners of industrial automation and IOT systems can find themselves ensnared by legal issues, including contract disputes and lawsuits.
US expected to take crown as most competitive manufacturing nation by 2020, says new survey of executives.
Since 2004, U.S. productivity growth rates have fallen below 2% annually. Two recent studies examine the reasons for the troubling trend.