Arc Flash & Electrical Safety September 27, 2023

NFPA 70B codification is a much-needed development for industrial safety

The new NFPA 70B standard will change electrical equipment maintenance, and understanding the standard and how it fits with others will help facility managers achieve compliance and build a greater culture of safety

By Douglas Beck
Digital Transformation November 21, 2023

Where digital manufacturing is going and how it is evolving

Digital manufacturing has fundamentally changed the trajectory of industrial production, but companies need to ask where it's going next and how to adapt to these changes.

By Keith Barr
Energy Efficiency & Management November 27, 2023

Top 5 Plant Engineering content: November 20-26, 2023

Top 5 Plant Engineering content over the past week covered clean hydrogen fuel, ventilation for semiconductor fabrication, using AI and more. Miss something? You can catch up here.

By Chris Vavra
Motors & Drives November 17, 2023

More answers on motors and drives: Examples of how to optimize industrial energy usage

In an October 30 webcast on optimizing energy usage for industrial motors and drives, Advanced Energy’s Michael Lyda discussed the basics of energy conservation standards for industrial applications of motors, variable frequency drives (VFDs), fans, pumps and compressors.

By Plant Engineering
Plant Automation October 26, 2023

Plant engineering, manufacturing M&A: October 2023

By Bundy Group
Predictive and Preventive Maintenance November 22, 2023

Using software in predictive maintenance, part 3: Questions and answers

By Plant Engineering
Material Handling November 27, 2023

How an automotive supplier enhanced efficiency and adaptability

By L. John Shipley, PE, CAP
Courtesy: CFE Media and Technology
Warehousing November 3, 2023

Warehouse industry may adopt humanoid robot workers

By Ash Sharma
Courtesy: Graycor
Workforce Development November 28, 2023

Overcome VUCA challenges for successful manufacturing construction projects

By Brian Gallagher

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