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Here's a look at a flooring system installation that can create sustainable energy.
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6.24.2016
11:25am
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Manufacturing planning, control and scheduling have become more important than ever as a variety of materials and labor need to be seamlessly coordinated to meet customer requirements and evolving market demands.
by Scott Jessup
6.24.2016
11:22am
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Fiat Chrysler says its recall of more than 800,000 U.S. vehicles is ahead of schedule after one of its SUVs was involved in the death of "Star Trek" actor Anton Yelchin.
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6.24.2016
10:50am
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This infographic shows a regional breakdown of the United Kingdom EU referendum results.
by Martin Armstrong
6.24.2016
10:08am
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Remember the Jetsons' robot maid, Rosie? Massachusetts Institute of Technology researchers think her future real-life incarnations can learn a thing or two from Steve Carell and other sitcom stars.
by William J. Kole, Associated Press
6.24.2016
8:55am
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For the first time in 27 years, a non-luxury brand has come in first in the J.D. Power and Associates Initial Quality Study.
6.23.2016
11:13am
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Workforce injuries cost $192 billion a year. StrongArm Technologies has developed an affordable, supportive device that helps protect those on the front lines of the labor force.
by CNNMoney
6.23.2016
10:57am
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Dodge plans to end production of its Viper sports car after 25 years with a send-off that includes five limited-edition 2017 models.
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6.23.2016
10:54am
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Ashlee Vance paid a recent visit to Iceland’s capital city of Reykjavik to see the next part of the green energy story. He found a start-up called Icewind that is building a new type of funky wind turbine designed to perform well in low-wind conditions,...
by Bloomberg Business
6.23.2016
10:45am
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The International Monetary Fund downgraded its forecast for the U.S. economy this year and said America should raise the minimum wage to help the poor, offer paid maternity leave to encourage more women to work and overhaul the corporate tax system to...
by Paul Wiseman, AP Economics Writer
6.23.2016
8:47am
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Two-thirds of respondents believe it’s important for suppliers to connect to the Bill of Matrials (BOM), yet 47 percent have not connected.
by Arena Solutions
6.23.2016
8:00am
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A look at a potentially dramatic advance toward bendable and wearable electronics.
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6.22.2016
12:20pm
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Here's a look at the top 25 company risks cited by the largest 100 publicly traded U.S. manufacturers.
6.22.2016
12:05pm
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Google Ventures CEO Bill Maris shares his thoughts at the Bloomberg Technology Conference on the industries he sees as ripe for disruption.
by Bloomberg Business
6.22.2016
11:57am
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Much remains to be determined in The Connected Enterprise, as we are only beginning to realize its transformative potential. But those that leverage the resources that are available to them today will have a competitive advantage in harnessing the power...
by Gregory Wilcox
6.22.2016
11:06am
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NASA last week announced the first new designation of an experimental airplane in 10 years, along with its ambitions for a quieter, more fuel efficient aircraft.
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6.22.2016
10:39am
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Routine use of small drones by real estate agents, farmers, filmmakers and countless other commercial operators was cleared for takeoff by the Obama administration Tuesday, after years of struggling to write rules that would both protect public safety...
by Joan Lowy, Associated Press
6.22.2016
8:37am
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A look at how an experiment-gone-wrong may have discovered a phenomenon first theorized over 20 years ago.
6.21.2016
11:48am
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Like most everything else, technology has been key to the manufacturing industry moving forward. In the last 25 years, most manufacturers have implemented new technology in some form, with the overall goals of boosting output and increasing revenues.
by Chris LeBeau
6.21.2016
11:39am
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A Fiat Chrysler recall is in the news again after one of the affected vehicles was involved in the death of actor Anton Yelchin.
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6.21.2016
11:23am
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Some versions of Ford's new F-150 still don’t meet the government’s 2016 emission and fuel-economy mandates. What’s more, the hurdles get higher from here: By 2025, the targets will be much more stringent.
by Bloomberg Business
6.21.2016
11:17am
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Toyota's research arm expects to see its first developments on the commercial market by 2021.
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6.21.2016
11:11am
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Aston Martin CEO Andy Palmer discusses how the auto industry would be impacted if the United Kingdom votes to leave the European Union.
by CNNMoney
6.21.2016
8:57am
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It’s not enough to build great products and deliver them on time to customers around the world. Every touch-point with a customer, whether a sensor or shipment of a spare part, is an opportunity to move beyond the product and into a deeper relationship...
by Cindy Bolt
6.20.2016
11:26am
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Find out how advanced technologies developed by our latest institute will make U.S. manufacturing more productive, energy efficient and competitive.
by U.S. Department of Energy
6.20.2016
11:10am
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A Chinese regulator has ordered Apple Inc. to stop selling two versions of its iPhone 6 in Beijing after finding they look too much like a competitor, but Apple says sales are going ahead while it appeals.
by The Associated Press
6.20.2016
11:06am
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Samsung Electronics said it would buy Joyent for an undisclosed sum. Jonathan Cheng explains why the Korean tech giant wants the U.S. cloud-services firm.
by Wall Street Journal
6.20.2016
11:02am
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A Chinese supercomputer has topped a list of the world's fastest computers for the seventh straight year — and for the first time the winner uses only Chinese-designed processors instead of U.S. technology.
by Joe McDonald, AP Business Writer
6.20.2016
10:54am
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Choosing the right sales technology has huge benefits for manufacturers. The right solution makes your rep’s job easier and more engaging to do, it fits within your existing business processes and most importantly can grow your business while saving you...
by JP Werlin
6.17.2016
11:23am
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This Engineering Newswire looks at shooting burn victims with a stem cell gun, flying in an autonomous helicopter and sailing across the Atlantic in an autonomous, solar-powered boat.
by Product Design & Development
6.17.2016
11:00am
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Harley-Davidson, the archetype of the roaring, gasoline-powered motorcycle, is working on its first electric motorcycle that will be available commercially.
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6.17.2016
10:37am
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Inside the massive Siemens train factory near Sacramento, Ca, building one of the most advanced, and fastest, trains in the U.S.
by WIRED
6.17.2016
10:16am
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Nissan is developing a new fuel cell system powered entirely by ethanol.
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6.17.2016
9:43am
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Microsoft is dipping its toe in the legal marijuana business.
by The Associated Press
6.17.2016
8:35am
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Former U.S. President Bill Clinton discusses what can be done to stimulate economic growth. He speaks with David Westin from the Clinton Global Initiative America Meeting in Atlanta.
by Bloomberg Business
6.16.2016
8:18am
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Apple and Android smartwatches are getting better as their makers sand off the rough edges that have frustrated many early adopters. But the improvements are just small steps in a long journey to convince people they need a computer on their wrist.
by Anick Jesdanun, AP Technology Writer
6.16.2016
7:48am
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Samsung Electronics has agreed to buy a U.S. cloud service startup to boost its software and internet services.
by Youkyung Lee, AP Technology Writer
6.16.2016
7:39am
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Chinese appliance maker Midea promised Thursday that German industrial robot maker Kuka will remain independent, seeking to allay fears about its takeover bid for the company.
by Kelvin Chan, AP Business Writer
6.16.2016
7:32am
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A pilot program at an Icelandic power plant may have uncovered a practical method for capturing carbon dioxide emissions.
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6.15.2016
11:26am
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The speed and scope in which industrial products buyers have adopted e-commerce is without comparison. E-commerce has caused customer behavior to change so rapidly that businesses are completely reevaluating their play books, sometimes throwing them out...
by Simon Bhadra
6.15.2016
11:13am
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