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In response to the industry’s hunger for information on technology that can pull them out of the post-pandemic productivity lull, EU Automation has pooled all its resources into a new, free, online Knowledge Hub. At the click of a button, visitors can download a wealth of resources on additive manufacturing (AM), artificial intelligence (AI), Industry 4.0, cyber security, obsolescence, sustainability and the circular economy.  The company has also made its two chart-topping books available to download free of charge.

The company has also made its two manufacturing chart-topping books available for free download. The books were previously available on Amazon for a small cost, but the authors felt that enabling free download would best aid manufacturing professionals in their online learning.

The first book, The Book of Obsolescence Management (BoOM) explains how manufacturers can use obsolescence to their advantage, while the second book, 4.0 Sight, is a global look at the fourth industrial revolution, covering initiatives like Japan’s Society 5.0 and Made in China 2025.

“Google Trends data suggests that the search term “free online learning” increased dramatically during the COVID-19 outbreak,” explained Jonathan Wilkins, director at EU Automation. “There is a desire to learn about innovative manufacturing technologies that could help propel companies out of the pandemic lull, by improving processes, making better use of their people and by helping to drive productivity.

“As a distributor that speaks to manufacturers all over the world every day, EU Automation wanted to share the knowledge and expertise it has gathered on cutting-edge technology and present it in a digestible way. We hope that collating all our expertise and removing the pay-wall on our books will help more industry professionals access learning resources, and inspire them to consider new approaches,” added Wilkins.

 

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