The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is accelerating the pace of change around connecting machines. Yet, fewer than 30% of manufacturers have extensively adopted Industry 4.0 technologies according to a new report. Here, Bijal Patel, senior digital machining specialist at “global leader in metal cutting” Sandvik Coromant, recommends that manufacturers start listening to what machines are saying by connecting up their machine shops.
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More than $250,000 in annual fuel savings for two of the Royal New Zealand Navy’s (RNZN) fleet will be possible, thanks to a unique engineering solution developed by the RNZN and its fleet maintenance partner Babcock (NZ).
New and improved impact-resistant gloves from Honeywell Safety Products now feature an added level of cut protection.
Food process weighing is made significantly easier with PT Limited’s Accupoint Weigh Module in conjunction with the PT630 digital indicator. Pair together for an easy way to add a weigh system to your current installation.
A University of Canterbury student is developing 3D-printed water filters with potential to improve water quality in developing countries.
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City and district councils are increasingly challenged by budgetary constraints and environmental concerns. Wangen wastewater pumps offer solutions designed to meet these needs today and well into the foreseeable future. That’s thanks to low life-cycle costs and some of the most advanced engineering in the world.
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