Mitsubishi Electric is showcasing a demonstration unit at IMTS 2014 that shows a complete manufacturing line built using Mitsubishi products as well as products from Balluff, eWon, Cognex and SMC. The individual processes in the line communicate...
The concept of ERP has its original roots in manufacturing, but many of software vendors who have recently added the ERP tagline to their product fail to recognize the complex relationships between all the resources required to manufacture a product.
IoT data, by itself, isn't valuable. But the ability to identify hidden patterns, predict future events, forecast usage and costs, and derive insights from that data will reshape manufacturing forever.
As high-tech innovations continue to advance at a break-neck pace, it’s important that IT embraces new technologies and trends just as fast. Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) in particular has a lot to gain.
Even as manufacturers scramble to claim every last tick of incremental improvements, there are still enormous pockets of inefficiencies hidden all around them. To find them, they need to take a deep dive into big data.
Supercomputer will help deliver customized treatment options for cancer patients.
System will scan medical journals, new studies and clinical records and correlate those with a patient's genetic mutations.