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Jul 21, 2017Views : 6313 Comments : No Comments

Digital Twins: Reshaping Manufacturing

Author Ursula K. Le Guin once said: “The future is a safe, sterile laboratory for trying out ideas in…a means of thinking about reality, a method.” Now imagine new produ...

By: Ashok Kumar

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While technology is constantly changing to live up to the shifts in customer behaviour, industry trends are experiencing frequent adjustments. Manufacturers are compelled to a...

By: Vivek Kumar Singh

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Smart city development is no longer an option. Cities are sprouting at practically every nook and corner and in any given week, approximately 1.5 million people become urban d...

By: Jyotirmay Datta

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It is hard to remember the world before the arrival of the Internet. Although it has been a little over two decades, we just cannot recall what it was like to scout for stores...

By: Ajit Chandorkar

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While a top-up (top-down and bottom-up) approach is widely touted as the way forward for smart city development, the implementation roadmap is still a bone of contention. For ...

By: Jyotirmay Datta

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Imagine a scenario in which even the most intricate and rigorous operations leverage intelligent, high-performance, resource efficient, and fully predictive processes—the fu...

By: Snehal Oza

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You would probably remember the oddly charming, average-built theoretical physicist of Japanese origin Michio Kaku from his several broadcast programs on television, films, an...

By: Somshekhar Umadi

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Jun 7, 2017Views : 2513 Comments : No Comments

Virtualize Manufacturing? – A Binary Choice

The key to transforming manufacturing is to take operations off the floor. Design and assembly must expand its ambit and produce two products – a virtual model that contains...

By: Mayank Pandya

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Jun 25, 2018Views : 2281 Comments : No Comments

Zero-Waste India with IoT

In a recently published book, The Waste of a Nation, the authors Assa Doron and Robin Jeffrey wrote, “Never in history have so many people had so much to throw away and so l...

By: Dr. Keshab Panda

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Nov 10, 2017Views : 2189 Comments : No Comments

Building Cyber Defenses For Smart Plants

In recent months, ransomware cyber-attacks affected around 300,000 machines across multiple industries in 150 countries. Among the victims were some major organizations in the...

By: Vinay Bhanot

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In Raymond F Jones’ 1962 novel The Cybernetic Brains, every need of a futuristic human society is met by giant automated factories, controlled by disembodied brains retrieve...

By: Shashidhara Dongre

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Imagine, if you will, a scenario where you are fed traffic updates and recommended optimal routes to work even before you have started the ignition of your car. And by the tim...

By: Hari Natarajan

The manufacturing industry its breaking the backbone that was traditionally built with network cords and rebuilding it using virtual networks. With network function virtualiza...

By: L&T Technology Services

Dec 4, 2018Views : 440 Comments : No Comments

Error-Proofing CAD Designs with DFX

What started as an attempt to computerize the drafting process in the automotive industry in 1960 soon became a popular tool in the form of computer-aided design (CAD) among m...

By: Manish Shah

There’s often a sense of ambiguity around new tech trends. No matter how promising they sound, there will be a pool of critics trying to disregard the possibilities they bri...

By: Ashok Kumar

Nov 29, 2018Views : 418 Comments : No Comments

Cognitive Convergence and the Age of Plant 4.0

Emerging cognitive technologies are for the manufacturing plants that the human brain is for the body. These technologies are expected to facilitate the same purpose that the ...

By: Bhupendra Bhate

Imagine a scenario in which even the most intricate and rigorous operations leverage intelligent, high-performance, resource efficient, and fully predictive processes—the fu...

By: Snehal Oza

While a top-up (top-down and bottom-up) approach is widely touted as the way forward for smart city development, the implementation roadmap is still a bone of contention. For ...

By: Jyotirmay Datta

At the outskirts of a sprawling 320 acre plot in Crook County, Oregon, one might often witness an engineer running across the grubby scrubland to launch a drone. Within a mome...

By: Ganesh Ram

Imagine, if you will, a scenario where you are fed traffic updates and recommended optimal routes to work even before you have started the ignition of your car. And by the tim...

By: Hari Natarajan

Nov 10, 2017Views : 2189 Comments : No Comments

Building Cyber Defenses For Smart Plants

In recent months, ransomware cyber-attacks affected around 300,000 machines across multiple industries in 150 countries. Among the victims were some major organizations in the...

By: Vinay Bhanot

You would probably remember the oddly charming, average-built theoretical physicist of Japanese origin Michio Kaku from his several broadcast programs on television, films, an...

By: Somshekhar Umadi

Jul 21, 2017Views : 6313 Comments : No Comments

Digital Twins: Reshaping Manufacturing

Author Ursula K. Le Guin once said: “The future is a safe, sterile laboratory for trying out ideas in…a means of thinking about reality, a method.” Now imagine new produ...

By: Ashok Kumar

It is hard to remember the world before the arrival of the Internet. Although it has been a little over two decades, we just cannot recall what it was like to scout for stores...

By: Ajit Chandorkar