High-Tech Electronics software

The term High-Tech (high technology) relates to advanced, state-of-the-art technology such as micro-electronics used as components in the production of goods such as desk and laptop computers, mobile devices, smart phones and tablet PCs. The term high tech refers to the most advanced technology currently available. It is often used in reference to micro-electronics. Hi-Tech Manufacturing software enables control and optimisation of production operations as well as providing the supply chain visibility you need to better understand the status of outsourced activities and trading partner relationships and their impact on orders, inventory and distribution. This visibility enables effective management of every aspect of the supply chain to balance demand with production efforts, maintain optimum inventory levels and meet customer expectations.

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Theorem’s latest Visualize 3D solution for SolidWorks-JT supports SolidWorks 2018

Theorem’s latest Visualize 3D solution for SolidWorks-JT supports SolidWorks 2018

Theorem Solutions of Tamworth, Staffordshire has released the latest version of its Visualize 3D SolidWorks-JT product.

The Supply Chain of the Future

The Supply Chain of the Future

Supply chains are modernising at a rapid rate as organisations look to capture the opportunity and potential offered by new technology and digitalisation.

Aligned to Industry 4.0, Supply Chain 4.0, combines new tools and solutions including; Internet of Things (IoT), advanced robotics and automation in the supply chain, cutting edge technology such as blockchain, advanced analytics and the management of ‘big data’.

The four trends that will position procurement as the driver of organisational change

The four trends that will position procurement as the driver of organisational change

By Alex Saric, Smart Procurement Expert, Ivalua.

We are heading into an uncertain year. Whether it’s the increasing complexity of the supply chain in the face of globalisation, the race to discover and deploy the latest emerging technologies or the impact of Brexit on the supply and movement of goods – organisations need to be able to overcome the challenges ahead and keep everything running smoothly.

Half of small to mid-sized manufacturers ‘early adopters of tech’, survey finds

Half of small to mid-sized manufacturers ‘early adopters of tech’, survey finds

More than half of small to mid-sized manufacturing businesses say they are ‘early adopters’ of tech, according to research.

2019 will see half of manufacturers invest in data collection technologies, reveals InfinityQS

2019 will see half of manufacturers invest in data collection technologies, reveals InfinityQS

New research by InfinityQS, the global authority on data-driven enterprise quality, has revealed that 50 per cent of manufacturers are to invest in data collection technologies in 2019. This was closely followed by 33 per cent of manufacturers planning to invest in process capability improvement technologies over the same period.

£24m Nottingham research facility opens to transform UK manufacturing in the digital age

£24m Nottingham research facility opens to transform UK manufacturing in the digital age

With manufacturing on the cusp of a technological revolution, a flagship research facility has opened its doors at the University of Nottingham to help future-proof UK industry in a competitive global market.

Digital transformation projects in 2019 set to bring cloud adoption and artificial intelligence to the print industry, says Y Soft

Digital transformation projects in 2019 set to bring cloud adoption and artificial intelligence to the print industry, says Y Soft

2018 has been the year of digital transformation, with organisations of all sizes either implementing or planning projects in every area from customer service operations to workforce management.

Senseye’s top five manufacturing predictions for 2019

Senseye’s top five manufacturing predictions for 2019

By Dr Simon Kampa, CEO and co-founder of Senseye.

2019 marks an inflection point in the maturity of Industry 4.0 and the application of real-world predictive maintenance as companies move from pilots to real deployments – with significant ROI.

Oden launches industry’s first cloud and edge Machine Learning and AI framework for manufacturing

Oden launches industry’s first cloud and edge Machine Learning and AI framework for manufacturing

Oden Technologies, the intelligent industrial automation provider, has announced what it describes as the industry’s first end-to-end Machine Learning (ML) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) framework for manufacturing.

Wired or wireless?

Wired or wireless?

According to Statista, there will be 30 billion Internet of Things (IoT) devices active by 2024. To tap into this trend, plant managers can choose between two main methods of connecting new devices to the IoT — wired or wireless. Maria Torrisi, business development manager of industrial automation specialist JMartans Automation, suggests three questions to ask before choosing between wired and wireless technology.

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