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Submitted by Dan Miklovic on Fri, 03/22/2013 - 11:33
As I have noted in the last several posts I have been traveling a lot lately and it has just been recently that I have finally caught up with reading all my email, blogs I follow and the forums/groups that I belong to.
Category: Microsoft OSIsoft Oracle SAP Wonderware Manufacturing Perspectives GE Automation Industry Automation Invensys/wonderware
Submitted by Dan Miklovic on Tue, 02/12/2013 - 07:57
Today almost all of the major control systems suppliers are making massive investments in software. The question is whether these investments will actually allow the control systems vendors to compete against software intensive firms like SAP, Microsoft, Google or Oracle? Digital technology has embedded itself in all aspects of machinery.
Submitted by Dan Miklovic on Tue, 01/29/2013 - 14:12
I chose the title for this blog based on the dual meanings of 2020. First of all the year 2020 isn't all that far away yet there is doubt that many manufacturers, particularly in the developed world, will survive to see 2020.
Category: Manufacturing Perspectives Women in scienc and engineering Manufacturing Manufacturing Intelligence
Submitted by Katherine Bonfante on Tue, 09/04/2012 - 11:43
According to the National Association of Manufacturers, about a third of all manufacturing workers today are women. Manufacturing jobs today are far from the labor-intense jobs they were in previous years. Today, the manufacturing field is a high-tech one that requires a lot of attention to detail.
Category: US Congress Rockwell Automation Manufacturing Perspectives Manufacturing Extension Partnership Manufacturing President Obama Twitter #pauto National Manufacturing Policy U.s. Senate Samuel Johnson Keith Nosbusch #manufacturing #mfg
Submitted by nbartels on Thu, 03/04/2010 - 16:27
It's interesting to watch an idea come of age. I've been covering manufacturing of one sort or another for more years than I'm usually prepared to admit to, and from the beginning, about once a year, someone would come up and say, "You know, you really oughta do a story...
Submitted by waltboyes on Tue, 11/13/2007 - 13:16
"We are genetically coded to be able to partner well with others," said Steve Eisenbrown, senior vice president of everything that doesn't have to do with motors for Rockwell Automation, as he introduced a panel discussion about "New Soltuions to Process Automation Challenges." The speakers are Peter Rippen, director of...