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6 Ways Simulations Save Costs for Manufacturers

Brandon Fuller, Eagle Technologies Advanced simulation technologies allow us to deliver more efficient machines at lower cost. Of the new technologies transforming the manufacturing industry, advanced simulations are having the broadest impact on design and development processes. Simulations give engineers insight into the performance of a machine prior to production...

How Industry 4.0 Technologies Save Costs for Manufacturers

Brandon Fuller, Eagle Technologies The next generation of technological advancement opens possibilities to shorten manufacturing time, reduce production flaws, and mitigate recall liabilities. A new technological wave is transforming manufacturing, enabling some businesses to leap ahead while others struggle to adapt. These new technologies, collectively bringing about what is known as...

You have ‘big data,’ now what?

“Big Data” has been popularized over the last decade in factory automation circles since the industrial Internet of Things (IOT) began to be integrated into manufacturing facilities. One issue with the recent increase in the collection of “Big Data”, though, is what do companies even do with that information? ...the words...

Real-time factory automation data now available on mobile devices

Downtime, output, rejection rate. All available at any time. In your pocket. It sounds a bit like science fiction, being able to see what’s happening in a factory instantly. But it really isn’t. The time has finally come when no matter where you are on the shop floor, or in...

Increasing automation applications through a wider variety of 3D vision options

Factory automation, up to this point in time, has been inhibited by the size of the machines and their inability to be aware of their surroundings - requiring cages and other safety devices to keep their human co-workers safe, the machine’s inability to tell whether there is an issue with...

The future of security in the automated factory

Wireless technology, the Internet of Things, and factory automation have come together in a way that has helped manufacturers collect more data, make adjustments, and see what’s happening on the factory floor from anywhere, as long as they have an internet connection. This convenience and access to information have revolutionized...

The benefit of applying IoT to manufacturing

The Internet of Things (IoT) has been discussed more and more often recently as internet technologies have improved and data collection has become more actionable. What does this mean for the automated factory? As more useful data is able to be collected and internet and cloud technologies become more widespread and...

Preparing for a manufacturing reshoring project

Reshoring has become a buzzword in the manufacturing industry describing how many firms are moving facilities back to the U.S. There are a wide variety of reasons for why a firm would make such a large change, including finding a more skilled workforce, bringing production closer to the target market,...

Robots of the future could feel, learn

When we think of robotics, we imagine dirty, dangerous machines performing simple, repetitive tasks, and stealing jobs from humans. Today, however, we have machines that work hand-in-hand with humans, performing variable tasks and have the ability to tell the difference between the different parts and products that they are working...

Factory automation, a German example

The traditional thought on including automation in a factory setting was that it would perform all of the dirty and dangerous jobs, but not be able to do much more than that. This view, however, is quickly changing as technology gives rise to more sensitive and more utilizable. While most auto...

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