Thursday, January 22, 2015
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Is 2015 the year you will “think” Lean?
Is 2015 the year you will “think” Lean?

Considering what your customers really want and the latest market trends is the first step in thinking Lean. Read More

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The double-edged sword: Saving without sacrificing
The double-edged sword: Saving without sacrificing

In planning maintenance strategies in 2015, managers will have to balance the demand to save money and resources without sacrificing quality. Read More

Six predictions for manufacturing in 2015
Six predictions for manufacturing in 2015

Manufacturing is predicted to grow in 2015 thanks to an improved economy and the lower costs of reshoring; an increase in big data and predictive maintenance technologies are also expected. See 6 key... Read More

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Ethernet/IP links plant productivity to business intelligence
Ethernet/IP links plant productivity to business intelligence

Industrial-grade Ethernet Switches are designed to provide reliable connectivity in harsh environments with extreme temperatures, moisture, and vibration.Read More

Differences between SCADA and HMIs
Differences between SCADA and HMIs

For a system to qualify as a SCADA system, it should have elements of both control and data acquisition whereas HMIs often lack control capabilities within themselves.Read More

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Video: How system integration projects succeed
CFE Media interviewed three representatives from the 2015 Integrators of the Year: Charlie Jager of Polytron, Paul Galeski of Maverick Engineering, and Steve Malyszko of Malisko Engineering—to get their views on how end users can get the most out of their integrators, and what integrators need from end users.
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Meshing process safety management with total productive maintenance
Meshing process safety management with total productive maintenance

A look at how organizations have adopted total productive maintenance (TPM) and the benefits it can... Read More

How PSM-NEP applies to non-chemical plants
How PSM-NEP applies to non-chemical plants

Process safety management, specifically the National Emphasis Program (PSM-NEP) might be terms and... Read More

Where to start? Building a world class MRO process
Where to start? Building a world class MRO process

In practice, it’s easier to ‘build’ a world class MRO process from one that is mature and... Read More

CMMS Horror Stories: Five reasons a CMMS implementation can fail
CMMS Horror Stories: Five reasons a CMMS implementation can fail

As much as some CMMS vendors don’t like to admit it, not every CMMS implementation has been a... Read More

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