As cyber attacks increasingly target manufacturers, cyber insurance is needed to cover gaps in protection.
Manufacturing is at a crossroads between the value generated by the data collected from the equipment and the value generated by the equipment's output.
The U.S. is on the verge of a manufacturing renaissance. The keys to this renaissance are varied, from lower energy costs to skilled talent and advanced technology. But there is one important element that is often overlooked—collaboration.
Collaboration can often lead to better, more successful outcomes.
Buoyed by technological advances, American manufacturing is quietly staging a resurgence. Here’s how three companies are making the most of new capabilities.
The Internet of Things is a vast un-networked ecosystem that must now be merged, networked and integrated to achieve maximum benefits and take it to the next level.
Any changes made to trade agreements will affect the very core of America's GDP. For some manufacturers, the effects will be positive; for others, negative.
Manufacturers can find skilled talent by offering employees the flexibility found in the on-demand economy.
Wearable robotics and exoskeletons can make workers stronger, faster and more efficient.
To optimize lean processes, manufacturers need to think more about talent.