General Motors dropped a fuel bomb on the auto industry at the end of January. Specifically, it said the fuel of the future for many of its vehicles will be electricity, not gasoline. For an iconic company like GM, that news is beyond big.
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Bicycles are one of the oldest modes of transportation, but that doesn’t mean they haven’t evolved with the times.
With the passage of the fiscal year 2021 Consolidated Appropriations Act at the end of 2020, MxD, the national digital manufacturing institute, secured $8.5 million in funding from the U.S. Department of Defense for 5G for manufacturing and cybersecurity for arsenal supply chains.
Manufacturing hit the accelerator in February, with new orders, production and employment all contributing to a strengthening economy, the Institute for Supply Management said today.
What’s in a name? In some cases, a lot. “It’s in our DNA to live by our name,” said Scott Shortess, CEO of Advanced Machining & Fabricating and Advanced Plastics in Owasso, Okla. However, they are known simply by the name “Advanced.”
FANUC and Rockwell Automation formed a coalition to address skills gap issues with work and apprenticeship programs.
New orders for durable goods rose 3.4 percent last month, paced by transportation equipment, the Commerce Department said today.
Technical debt is not on your balance sheet, not addressed on your roadmap and often an afterthought, but ultimately can be the difference between executing swiftly and being paralyzed as you scale, grow and support your product(s).
SMW Autoblok has introduced the TX Series 3-jaw pull-down chucks featuring repeatability of up to 4 µm (0.00015”) and precise, self-centering accuracy for heavy duty metal cutting applications.
Siemens, IBM, and Red Hat today announced a new collaboration that will use a hybrid cloud designed to deliver an open, flexible and more secure solution for manufacturers.