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By Mark Andrew Johnston / May 15, 2017
This article will address functional safety and the link to the technical aspects of safety case submission under Singapore’s new Ministry of Manpower’s Major Hazards Installations Regulations. By Jamie Hudson, Principal Safety & Risk Engineer at HIMA Consulting
By Felicia / May 5, 2017
This article offers a look into the factory of the future and presents fundamental steps that every manufacturer should take now to prepare for seamless integration when the Internet reaches the factory. Contributed by marketing department, Microscan systems
By Mark Andrew Johnston / May 4, 2017
With a new generation of employees entering the workforce, technologies such as HMI/SCADA and digital threads of information are allowing you to guide younger operators, address training issues, and reduce the negative impact of human errors. By Alvin Ng, GM, ASEAN, GE Digital
By Mark Andrew Johnston / April 27, 2017
Artificial intelligence (AI) is one of the most evocative and confusing terms in technology. In making sense of it, Talend’s Jason Bissell says AI is an everyday reality today but with plenty more to deliver in the future.
By Mark Andrew Johnston / April 18, 2017
Dr James Truchard reminisces about the past 40 years of test and measurement as retires as CEO of National Instruments, and looks ahead at what the future holds for this sector. By Dr James Truchard, president, CEO, and cofounder, National Instruments
By Mark Andrew Johnston / April 17, 2017
Linde Material Handling offers a system for its forklift trucks that automatically reduces the maximum speed in indoor areas as soon as the QT50 radar sensor from Banner Engineering detects a hall roof above the forklift truck.