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The Biggest Threat to OT

It was only a matter of time before the security threats faced by the Information Technology (IT) community would affect Operational Technology (OT) environments. Today, OT executives are up against the same risks that keeps corporate senior executives up at night.

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The Future of Control

Engineers start their careers with ambitious goals—they want to change a process for the better and make their mark in manufacturing. Eugene Tung was no different.

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Software Helps NASA Automate Robot Programming Process

A process being developed by the NASA Advanced Composites Project uses software to help automate the programming of collaborative robots for safe inspection of composite fuselage components alongside workers, providing more consistent results.

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PulseRoller at Promat 2019

The PULSEROLLER (Booth #S1675)  encompasses the most powerful rollers and smartest controls in the industry to solve your toughest materials handling challenges.  Come see us in Chicago's McCormick place from April 8 to the 11.  PULSEROLLER will showcase the brand’s wide range of DC Motor Rollers and our latest innovations being introduced

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Safe and Sound: Is your smart factory secure?

Alarms, cameras, locks and fences are all commonly recommended to keep burglars out of homes. Obtaining clear guidance for securing your smart factory isn’t quite as easy to come by. This article discusses smart factory security and what manufacturers should consider when protecting their facility.

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Automation and the Drive in Productivity

Over the past couple of years, the manufacturing industry has undergone a significant transition, completely changing the manufacturing process from its very core. Automation is taking over traditional manufacturing processes, ultimately driving efficiencies and improving the productivity in the industry. This evolution of practices promises to

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