Virtual reality was once seen by many as an additional layer to the entertainment industry. Then it was Augmented Reality that was the next big thing (it’s still going to be pretty big).
The way we work is changing, and new technological advances are making design engineering and manufacturing faster, cheaper, and more reactive than ever before.
In recent years, augmented reality (AR) has seen rapid growth and increased adoption within the industrial space.
Virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) have been around for years, but their recent evolution has transformed the way they are used and the endless capabilities that they can offer.
High Tech Electronics (THE) is one of the most competitive markets today. Whether you are a major global OEM headquartered in North America or a small injection moulded plastics supplier in Malaysia, the pressure to adapt and evolve with constantly changing market dynamics is intense. Learn how a premier global high tech electronics company saved millions by attacking their mechanical spend.
Robots are becoming increasingly independent and are able to tackle more complex tasks. Laser profile sensors play a crucial role in ensuring that robots move safely, as well as precisely guiding and locating their positions.
Damiano Natali, research and development engineer at Cressall Resistors, explains how Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) comes into play for improving product designs that have stayed much the same for decades.
Don’t think artificial intelligence doesn’t apply to you because of all the stories you hear about major companies deploying the technology. It’s important to realise that AI is equally relevant to small and midsize businesses.
Bringing data to the cloud and for instance using it to enable scenarios for collaboration – these days this is more compulsory than voluntary. But many companies are asking questions about the correct path to take and the right “dosage”. Eplan is now offering support and has developed Store Share View.