As we begin 2023, Pravina Raghavan, the director of NIST’s Manufacturing Extension Partnership, looks ahead to the most transformative technology taking hold for the coming year and beyond in the
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The global pandemic transformed manufacturing facilities. Unprecedented staffing shortages, supply chain disruption and an immediate need for simplified operations increased the demand for smart,
One of the many lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic was just how fragile the global supply chain is.
Despite the remarkable technological advances that fill our lives today, the ways we work with the metals that underlie these developments haven’t changed significantly in thousands of years.
As of 2017, almost 60 million people around the world were living with limb amputation due to traumatic causes. For patients recovering from a medical emergency, entering the new world of
For manufacturers considering industrial IoT, investment in maintenance monitoring comes a close second to capitalizing on automation opportunities.
Cobotics is making automation more attainable for the manufacturing sector. Collaborative robots, or cobots, are often a better investment than industrial robots for small- and medium-sized
The industrial sector is embracing Industry 4.0, implementing innovative technologies such as virtual reality and augmented reality in manufacturing facilities.
Smart Manufacturing Experience focuses on the challenges facing SMMs.
Learn about the eight smart technologies and disciplines that are driving manufacturing innovation and digital transformation within the industrial sector.