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Systems Integration

A Bold Proposition to Connect the Supply Chain

Nov. 16, 2023
OEMs must take the lead on supplier connectivity, collaboratively and with a phased approach.
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Production Pulse: Cyber Attacks at Boeing, Clorox Raise Industry Awareness

Nov. 9, 2023
Editors from IndustryWeek, Smart Industry, SecurityInfoWatch, Fleet Maintenance, Plastics Machinery & Manufacturing and Electronics Design discuss the higher profile that cyber...
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The Future
Systems Integration

Will Your Digital Strategy Work in the Future?

Nov. 2, 2023
Discrete manufacturers’ plans should be flexible enough to adapt to what’s coming, as well as what’s just ahead or already here.
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Corporate Responsibility

Where Are the Innovators in Manufacturing Sustainability?

Nov. 1, 2023
The industry needs more leadership from within to achieve its environmental goals, says the CEO of the U.S. Center for Advanced Manufacturing.
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Tech Survey 2022
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Get IW's Tech Survey

July 3, 2022
Download the full report from this year's survey, including charts showing several questions not addressed in our story.
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Technology and IIoT

CFOs Go on the Defense, Rethinking Rare Earths: IW's Weekly Reads

Oct. 6, 2023
Also, Clorox cyberattack update and what's next for Stratasys, Desktop Metal.
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Technology and IIoT

Updated: Clorox Cyberattack Cost $356 Million

Oct. 5, 2023
The bleach manufacturer this week begins the cleanup process to fully repair damage from an attack first reported in mid-August that slowed production and caused product shortages...
Cybersecurity Risk

9 Cybersecurity 'Musts' to Include in Your IIoT Strategy

Oct. 3, 2023
Having robust protocols from the start is critical.
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Emerging Technologies

Rare Earth Elements Are Increasingly Replaceable

Oct. 2, 2023
Recent advancements in materials engineering are easing the path to more sustainable, economical alternatives.