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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Giesecke+Devrient: Greater focus on cybersecurity a must as corona pandemic leads to surge in digitisation

Giesecke+Devrient: Greater focus on cybersecurity a must as corona pandemic leads to surge in digitisation

The spread of the corona pandemic has shifted large parts of work and communication into digital space within a very short time. It has become obvious: The security of networks and communication infrastructures is more important than ever - especially in light of increasing cyber threats.

Razor wins place on the AMRC’s million pound digital framework to inspire innovation in British manufacturing

Razor wins place on the AMRC’s million pound digital framework to inspire innovation in British manufacturing

Razor has been selected by the University of Sheffield Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC) in a landmark framework for the region worth up to 7 figures in groundbreaking digital capabilities.

The modern workplace: how resellers can help customers unlock hidden productivity and collaboration

The modern workplace: how resellers can help customers unlock hidden productivity and collaboration

The modern workplace is constantly evolving to meet employees’ and customers’ changing needs and keep up with digital transformation. These pressures require businesses to adapt their ways of working to remain innovative and competitive in the marketplace.

SME manufacturers tap into tech talent with Made Smarter

SME manufacturers tap into tech talent with Made Smarter

SME manufacturers, supported by Made Smarter, are tapping into digital talent to help put technology at the heart of their growth plans.

Kaspersky reveals new details into series of targeted attacks on industrial companies

Kaspersky reveals new details into series of targeted attacks on industrial companies

In early 2020, a series of targeted attacks on industrial organisations in various regions was reported. According to the latest Kaspersky ICS CERT findings, these hits were focused on systems in Japan, Italy, German, and the UK.

Omron releases new CP2E Series all-in-one controller for compact IoT applications

Omron releases new CP2E Series all-in-one controller for compact IoT applications

Supplier of end-to-end automation solutions, Omron Automation Americas, recently announced the release of its new CP2E Series all-in-one controller that provides advanced control that enables IIoT connectivity for compact machines.

Iskratel and Telekom Slovenije test their 5G Campus Network which enables the smart factory

Iskratel and Telekom Slovenije test their 5G Campus Network which enables the smart factory

Iskratel, the European solution provider for the digital transformation of industries, and Telekom Slovenije, the Slovenian provider of advanced ICT solutions, observed the first tests of the 5G network they have built together to enable the smart factory in Kranj, Slovenia.

Digital transformation is no longer an optional extra

Digital transformation is no longer an optional extra

Karl Heinrich Lauri, managing team member at MRPeasy asks: can a smaller manufacturer looking to survive and prosper in this changing world afford not to embrace the digitalisation of the business process?

Why can’t CEOs find technical leaders?

Why can’t CEOs find technical leaders?

In 2019, Deloitte’s Global Human Capital Trends report found that only 41 percent of C-level respondents believed that employees within their own organisations were ready to meet their leadership requirements.

Rolls-Royce signs Iotics to power its Digital Twin Technology

Rolls-Royce signs Iotics to power its Digital Twin Technology

Rolls-Royce business unit Power Systems, has selected Iotics’ technology to enable digital solutions with asset-focused digital twins. Iotics’ technology delivers Rolls-Royce the capability to unlock over 200 data sources, brokering interactions to create digital twins of their in-field assets, and receive real-time event insights across customer, supplier and partner boundaries.

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