Hannover Messe 2013:
B&R Automation machine safety includes virtual architecture
Canadian manufacturers optimistic about business growth: SME
Canadian manufacturers are expecting business activity to increase in 2013 despite some uncertainty in the economy, reports a recent survey by the Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME). Get the report.
75% of EAM users report little-to-no mobile access
Users of enterprise asset management (EAM) and computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) software report low levels of access to these systems through handheld mobile devices, according to a new IFS-sponsored survey of executives from industrial companies with $50 million or more in revenue. Read more.
NAIT BTech students develop unique prototypes in industry-led challenge
Two teams from NAIT shared first-place at this year's Capstone Applied Research Project Symposium. Get the details.
Ian Verhappen inducted into the Process Automation Hall of Fame
Manufacturing AUTOMATION columnist and respected industrial networking expert Ian Verhappen, has been named to the Process Automation Hall of Fame. Find out more.
Cable cutting machines boost productivity and error-proofs the process
While working with a specialized thermocouple cable, Mississauga-based Kelvin Technologies had employees manually cutting, stripping and hand crimping the specialized cable. This process was time consuming and allowed for the possibility of human error. Could automating the process help? Click here.