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Refurbished vs second-hand automation parts

Refurbished vs second-hand automation parts

When an obsolete component breaks, manufacturers might struggle to find a replacement. This is especially true in highly regulated sectors like pharmaceuti...

August 05, 2020

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Dr Jun Pei

Dr Jun Pei

Cepton aims to unleash lidar’s potential by transforming dumb sensors into smart, AI-ready sense organs for the vehicles, cities and buildings of the future.

Richard Thompson

Richard Thompson

We believe that Alvant’s aluminium matrix composites will soon replace traditional carbon-based composites because of its environmentally friendly properties, wider thermal operating range and fatigue and damage tolerance in a variety of applications.

Dr Christian Chudoba

Dr Christian Chudoba

We’re continuing to develop our software to allow us to automate energy market processes even further in the future.

Dave Weinstein

Dave Weinstein

In 2015 we started Claroty to secure the safety and reliability of industrial control networks that run the world, reducing the risk of costly cyber-attacks.

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Learning from the past and looking to the future

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#4sight book

EU Automation's latest publication 4.0 Sight charts the digital journey for manufacturing industries in various countries around the world, looking at the key trends and challenges. Grab your copy here

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#Food, Beverage & Tobacco

IF brings different industries and topics under the microscope. This time around we look at the Food Beverage and Tobacco industries around the world. Read the full report

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Aluminium or copper?/

The rising commodity price and lacking supply of copper is increasingly pushing original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) to consider alternative metals, such as aluminium, for wire and cable applicatio...

A gentle touch/

One of the first robots to make several human-like motions, the mechanical knight, was designed in 1495 by Leonardo da Vinci. However, it wasn't until the 1990s, when the Massachusetts Institute of Te...

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