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LillyWorks Adds Predictive Analytics to its Manufacturing Software

LillyWorks has announced the addition of predictive analytics to its Protected Flow Manufacturing software. Protected Flow Manufacturing provides the user with an execution plan –...

How AI and Machine Learning Are Improving Manufacturing Productivity

Engineers at the Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre’s Factory 2050 in Sheffield, UK are using Artificial Intelligence (AI) to learn what machine utilization looks like...

Machine Learning Moves Into Fab And Mask Shop

Semiconductor Engineering sat down to discuss artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, and chip and photomask manufacturing technologies with Aki Fujimura, chief executive of D2S; Jerry...

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Nine of the Smartest Factories in the World for IIoT Identified...

The World Economic Forum (WEF) has released a list of nine of the world’s smartest factories when it comes to adopting industrial IoT (IIoT) technologies. These ‘lighthouse’...

Here are 9 AI Use Cases Happening in Business Today

Artificial intelligence (AI) is increasingly getting attention from enterprise decision makers. Given that, it's no surprise that AI use cases are growing. According research conducted...

Industrial Internet Consortium Creates Vision on AI for Industrial IoT

The Industrial Internet Consortium® (IIC™), which works to accelerate the adoption of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), has announced it is leading the...

Raising the IIoT Bar With The Latest in Sensors

This year’s Sensors Expo  held in late June in San Jose had lots to offer, with sensors covering every facet of electronics technology. What piqued...

How Food and Beverage Companies Are Using AI; Leading2Lean Brings Tech

People have become picky eaters. Our ancestors ate whatever they could forage, but modern day Homo sapiens expect gourmet meals at street food prices...

Executive Interview: Richard Soley, CEO of OMG

Industrial Internet Consortium Members “Invent the Future” by Anticipating Disruptions from AI, Pursue Standard Testbeds to Accelerate Adoption Dr. Richard Soley is Chairman and CEO of the...