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Can industrial productions grind to a complete halt because of a single, faulty pushbutton?

The concept is as old as humanity:  Anything that can go wrong, will go wrong, and at the worst possible time. Known in some parts of the world as “Murphy’s… Read more »

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The Power of Partnership … in Real Life

To extend the concept of the Power of Partnership, a real-life example will help make the concept more concrete and will help expose the concept in a more vivid and spirited… Read more »

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The Flatter, the Better: The Origins of Flush Aesthetics in Machinery

Question: What do witches and vampires have in common with industrial machinery? Answer: They’ve all undergone serious makeovers that have transformed them from ugly ducklings to graceful swans. The wart-covered… Read more »

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Machine as a Service: A Big Change in the Global Value Chain

In my previous blog (Machine as a Service: New technologies help, but are they enough?), I talked about how new technologies are triggering the development of the Machine as a… Read more »

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Machine as a Service: New Technologies Help, But are They Enough?

Machine builder vs end user production In the industrial sector, end users running factories and OEMs providing machines are part of the same ecosystem. Machine builders have to work within… Read more »

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Why Embracing the Rise of “Smart” Machines Makes Perfect Sense

Far from the menacing stuff of Hollywood sci-fi movies, the reality is that smart machines represent a tremendous advancement for any industry that relies on machine technology. The term “smart… Read more »

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The Reluctant Rise of Wireless in Industrial Control

(Or “What I can’t see won’t harm me” – applying the logic of an ostrich to machine design) Whilst searching for inspiration for the opening lines of this blog, I… Read more »

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Why Embracing the Rise of “Smart” Machines Makes Perfect Sense

Far from the menacing stuff of Hollywood sci-fi movies, the reality is that smart machines represent a tremendous advancement for any industry that relies on machine technology. The term “smart… Read more »

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The Reluctant Rise of Wireless in Industrial Control

(Or “What I can’t see won’t harm me” – applying the logic of an ostrich to machine design) Whilst searching for inspiration for the opening lines of this blog, I… Read more »

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The Flatter, the Better: The Origins of Flush Aesthetics in Machinery

Question: What do witches and vampires have in common with industrial machinery? Answer: They’ve all undergone serious makeovers that have transformed them from ugly ducklings to graceful swans. The wart-covered… Read more »

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Machine as a Service: A Big Change in the Global Value Chain

In my previous blog (Machine as a Service: New technologies help, but are they enough?), I talked about how new technologies are triggering the development of the Machine as a… Read more »

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Machine as a Service: New Technologies Help, But are They Enough?

Machine builder vs end user production In the industrial sector, end users running factories and OEMs providing machines are part of the same ecosystem. Machine builders have to work within… Read more »

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The Power of Partnership … in Real Life

To extend the concept of the Power of Partnership, a real-life example will help make the concept more concrete and will help expose the concept in a more vivid and spirited… Read more »

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Can industrial productions grind to a complete halt because of a single, faulty pushbutton?

The concept is as old as humanity:  Anything that can go wrong, will go wrong, and at the worst possible time. Known in some parts of the world as “Murphy’s… Read more »

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The Reluctant Rise of Wireless in Industrial Control

(Or “What I can’t see won’t harm me” – applying the logic of an ostrich to machine design) Whilst searching for inspiration for the opening lines of this blog, I… Read more »

2 Comments

Why Embracing the Rise of “Smart” Machines Makes Perfect Sense

Far from the menacing stuff of Hollywood sci-fi movies, the reality is that smart machines represent a tremendous advancement for any industry that relies on machine technology. The term “smart… Read more »

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Machine as a Service: A Big Change in the Global Value Chain

In my previous blog (Machine as a Service: New technologies help, but are they enough?), I talked about how new technologies are triggering the development of the Machine as a… Read more »

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Machine as a Service: New Technologies Help, But are They Enough?

Machine builder vs end user production In the industrial sector, end users running factories and OEMs providing machines are part of the same ecosystem. Machine builders have to work within… Read more »

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The Flatter, the Better: The Origins of Flush Aesthetics in Machinery

Question: What do witches and vampires have in common with industrial machinery? Answer: They’ve all undergone serious makeovers that have transformed them from ugly ducklings to graceful swans. The wart-covered… Read more »

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The Power of Partnership … in Real Life

To extend the concept of the Power of Partnership, a real-life example will help make the concept more concrete and will help expose the concept in a more vivid and spirited… Read more »

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Can industrial productions grind to a complete halt because of a single, faulty pushbutton?

The concept is as old as humanity:  Anything that can go wrong, will go wrong, and at the worst possible time. Known in some parts of the world as “Murphy’s… Read more »

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