As a global leader in the design and manufacture of microconnectors for the banking industry, Linxens’ products and services enable card manufacturers to easily integrate the latest innovations such as the dynamic three-digit security code or biometrics.
The team at the University of Hong Kong (HKU) has been liaising with industrial partners to generate prototypes of public stainless steel products such as lift buttons, doorknobs, and handrails for further tests and trials.
According to Gartner, the tech trend of 2021 is hyperautomation — a business approach of automating as many processes as possible. Gartner predicts that, by 2024, hyperautomation will help organisations reduce operational costs by 30 percent.
Behind the scenes, JD’s technology – a combination of big data and algorithms – plays an essential role in enabling a highly efficient logistics network that is flexible enough to be applied for normal and emergency conditions. So, how is it done?
Schneider Electric addresses the misperception that modernising control systems means jeopardising operational safety and money.
Schneider Electric experts work with supply chain partners to identify and extract energy savings and sustainability benefits throughout the entire product creation, delivery, and support lifecycle.
Baidu, Inc., the Chinese Internet giant, is flexing its muscles for the future and proposes itself as a leader in AI and mobility.
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Proactively protecting ICS is a crucial aspect of successfully mitigating risks in the Fourth Industrial Revolution era. By Peerapong Jongvibool, senior director, Southeast Asia and Hong Kong, Fortinet
The ARC Industry Forum Asia event (July 13-15) will discuss industrial digital transformation and the latest technologies available from market leaders.
Delta recently helped a PCB plant in China to improve production efficiency by introducing its original articulated robot and machine vision system.
Now more than ever, a leaner, stronger, and smarter supply chain is crucial for organisations and industries to adapt and excel in this new normal.
The end of 2020 will see only two percent of the world’s eight billion mobile subscriptions using 5G. But, even though the vision for 5G is still far from being realised, the work on 6G has begun.
IAA spoke with Christian Ploner, Go-to-Market Manager Service Solutions and Min Ling Chan, VP, Head of Industrial R&D, Industrial Asia Pacific, Schaeffler on Concept1 and automation trends to expect in 2021.
New precision irrigation carriage reduces water and fertiliser consumption by 75 percent – e-chain in a trough guides hoses with additional energy saving.
EVs and internal combustion engine vehicles are likely to reach sticker price parity sometime in the next decade.
Covid-19 has impacted global supply chains to varying degrees. What risk management lessons can we learn from our experience?
As the coronavirus pandemic evolves, the focus is now firmly on response. But the recovery may be even more challenging.
In this article, we will look at where power analytic capabilities are used – from the device to the edge to the cloud – and examples of applications.
IAA interviewed Marcelo Tarkiieltaub, regional director of Southeast Asia, Rockwell Automation on digital transformation best practice.
How has Schneider Electric been managing their global supply chain during the COVID-19 pandemic and what steps have had the most positive impact?
The Covid-19 pandemic has changed how many companies view the necessity for digital transformation and their use of data.
Cars are tech-powered devices that can enhance your life, and machine learning is behind the wheel of innovation. By Vincent Tang, regional VP, Asia, Epicor
Sustained low oil prices are driving adoption of digitalisation across the oil and gas industry, ramping up the stakes for cybersecurity.
The scope of what is required in deploying a digitalisation strategy across oil, gas or chemical (OGC) companies is immense and technological solutions are evolving at a fast pace.
HIMA asks four critical safety questions to achieve post-COVID-19 success in smart and safe automation.
The COVID-19 has highlighted the need for business continuity informed by technological trends. By Ravi Gopinath, Chief Cloud Officer, AVEVA
Sensitive and collaborative robots look set to play a defining role in the future of robotics in medicine. By Sebastian Schuster, Global PR & Content Manager, Kuka.
Animal husbandry is a labour-intensive industry on many Southeast Asian farms to this day. Yet traditional methods can hamper an industry already facing labour shortages and climate change.
The world changed overnight. Globally, we still have communities under lock-down and we are slowly progressing to “business as unusual”.
When hundreds of millions of workers were forced to quarantine themselves, the ability to work remotely became a basic requirement for business continuity.
Do you want your machine vision applications to be more successful, reliable, and cost-effective now and in the future? By Allied Vision.
When power grids, water networks and gas utility systems are targeted by cyberattacks, systems that are essential to our everyday lives are affected.
With global supply chains significantly disrupted, we are seeing more manufacturers bypassing distributors and retailers to sell directly to customers.
With data analytics businesses have the ability to maintain confidence that they are preparing for and will be able to recover from climate hazards.
Traceability remains a major concern in the food production industry and thus the MES is being introduced into factories to track and record the production process.
City governments are adjusting to a new reality, with COVID-19 driving urban resilience and digital transformation strategy agendas, finds ABI Research.
Hospitals around the U.S. are facing the challenge of adding capacity faster than ever before. What once may have taken months or years of planning is now happening in weeks, even days.
IBM, IMDA, M1 and Samsung has announced Singapore’s first 5G Industry 4.0 trial, to demonstrate the transformative impact of 5G for enterprises.
ABB’s technology will be at the heart of the first tug in South Asia capable of switching between low emission LNG engines and zero-emission battery power.
Smart factories drive exponential growth of data-driven sensors, increases the use of mobile devices in plant operations, and converges the traditionally separate OT and IT systems.
Yokogawa believes that the transition from industrial automation to industrial autonomy is already underway. The key to a successful evolution will be to proceed in a linear fashion, one step at a time.
UPS has revealed that its freight forwarding operation at Changi Airport, Singapore, has received IATA CEIV Pharma Certification for pharmaceutical logistics.