In the world of engineering and technical standards, one of the perennial challenges is determining how to best promote their acceptance and application in industry. Some standards seem to catch on and take off almost immediately, while others languish with little acceptance – or even understanding.
Manufacturing is changing in ways never thought possible. Technologies like additive manufacturing (AM), material science, and generative design are changing the face of manufacturing more than at any time in the history of making things. Expect new products that could not have been built before.
IIoT is up and running and available today for use in countless everyday applications, from industrial use to consumer products. This blog defines how LTTS’ IoT-based Smart Dispenser Solved a Beverage Manufacturer’s Problems.
Factories have transitioned from the traditional structure of operating in silos to the connected factory. “Connected” is about integrating and streamlining the entire process from receiving the orders, to execution, to virtual shift handover, and final delivery.
ARC’s, India Forum titled Driving Digital Transformation in Industry and Cities on September 8-9, 2020 will be a virtual event. And like with all firsts, there is a palpable sense of excitement and anticipation as we gear up for this virtual Forum.
I have worked on standards for many years and in different countries, as a committee member and committee chair, but the one question I am asked time and again is, “what is the value of industry standards?”
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