By 2015, novel service-oriented management methodologies and the Future Internet universal business infrastructure will enable European virtual factories and enterprises to self-organize in distributed, autonomous, interoperable, non-hierarchical...
The Thermo Scientific HAAKE MiniJet Pro, a new addition to a suite of Thermo Scientific sample preparation instruments from Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc., enables material scientists to more quickly and efficiently develop injection molded...
It’s called the Internet of Things, where our physical world is becoming a type of information system — through sensors and actuators embedded in physical objects and linked through wired and wireless networks via the Internet Protocol.
The difference between a myth and a reality can be as stark as the difference between day and night. Indeed, the gap between popular perception and reality about the state of US manufacturing is even more interesting when one looks at the data.
The Texas doctor who won the auction for Detroit's Packard plant announced today that she and her investors plan to turn the abandoned and decayed auto factory into a modern production facility for modular homes and offices.
What a great Manufacturing Story starting to develop in Detroit.
The Hollings Manufacturing Extension Partnership at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST MEP) has a new website where users can find a collection of reports and studies on manufacturing policy and practice.
The site is intended to serve as a resource for the manufacturing community and to fuel vibrant discussion and debate about the future of manufacturing in the United States. The posting of these works does not necessarily imply that NIST MEP endorses the views they express.
“Manufacturing has been, is, and will be essential to our nation's competitiveness, in part because the sector drives and adapts to change in technology, trade and the workforce,” said NIST MEP’s Gary Yakimov. “A lot of organizations are putting out research relevant to manufacturers. We wanted to make it easy for the community to find by gathering it all in one place.”
Toward the end of summer, I was part of an assembled mass of governors and manufacturers at a Walmart-led summit in Florida. My boss, the Secretary of Commerce, (or, most accurately, my boss’s boss’s boss’s boss, if you...
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