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Adapting to the new normal

Adapting to the new normal

The coronavirus pandemic is disrupting business on an unprecedented scale. From having reduced workforces, to implementing social distancing measures and w...

November 18, 2020

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Tim Hall

Tim Hall

InfluxData is the creator of InfluxDB, an open source platform focussed on time series data

Adrian Burton

Adrian Burton

Harrison Castings is now considered one of the largest aluminium sand casting foundries in the UK

Robert Bush

Robert Bush

Additive Automations develops flexible human-centred robotic systems to automate additive manufacturing (AM) processes, optimising productivity and safety in manufacturing.

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.

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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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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 pharmaceuticals or food processing, where like-for-like ...

Predictive maintenance of critical infrastructure/

Predictive maintenance strategies can be used to minimise unplanned downtime and disruptions, saving time and money along the way. This makes it easy to see why the global predictive maintenance marke...

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