Now widely accepted as the ‘fourth industrial revolution’, Industry 4.0 includes cyber-physical systems, the Internet of Things (IoT) and cloud computing.
Schaeffler FAG SmartCheck systems are helping to prevent unplanned machine downtime and optimise production at a thermal paper plant.
Machinery safety is one of the most significant issues facing organisations today. It is equally as important as productivity, and is essential for the wellbeing of everyone involved.
Cooking today is a popular leisure activity for which the kitchen is becoming the focal point of the home. This is reflected in the way kitchens are being custom designed for much more than functionality.
UK manufacturing sectors are finding it increasingly difficult to recruit the high calibre, skilled workforce they need to drive innovation, particularly engineers and scientists.
With the food processing industry under ever-growing pressure to reduce costs, boost quality, guarantee food safety and operate with smaller and smaller batch sizes, Jeremy Shinton of Mitsubishi Electric looks at how trends in connectivity are helping to address these requirements.
Minitec has proved its expertise in delivering unique and custom-made products to its broad range of clients – with this one-of-a-kind 9m conveyor belt.
Anglian Water is the largest water supply and water recycling utility in England and Wales by geographic area. Priding itself on driving continuous improvement, it is fully committed to innovation and collaboration.
Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) has been a buzzword for some time, but how far has the industry come towards reaping its benefits and how far does it have left to go?