- Published: March 1, 2018
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No searching times and remote support through experts are among them.
Promess, Rockwell & Zeiss continue to innovate, improve individual components.
- In China, Dassault Systèmes’ Green details work of innovation labs, acknowledges speedy adoption of robots
- The IT director who guided Hitachi to ‘one common code set’—from Norman, OK
- Honda details work with Dassault on planning structure capability
- Huawei urging suppliers to use cloud tech to match its new quality standards
Fabrisonic, now six years old, moves to develop new processes, materials.
Technological gains, young ambassadors, apprenticeships help. But training investment by manufacturers remains a problem.
Scanning metrology providers respond to varied needs; software improves to help engineers with scan data.
SPECIAL REPORT: Sensors’ meteoric rise
The devices quickly become less costly, sophisticated & independent, gaining wider influence.
Cover: Rockwell Automation’s Jay Flores, left, shows interns Azalea Martinez and Javion Mosely around the shop floor in Mequon, WI, on Manufacturing Day. Photo courtesy Rockwell Automation