Tag: <span>analytics</span>
U.S. cutting tool graph.
Analytics February 20, 2023

Cutting tool orders totaled $188.4 million in December 2022

December 2022 U.S. cutting tool consumption totaled $188.4 million, putting year-to-date orders up almost 11% compared to 2021.

By Christopher Chidzik
Supply Chain February 16, 2023

Optimize the supply chain with forecasting and demand planning

As the global supply chain becomes more complex, an effective forecasting and demand planning system is needed to anticipate future needs accurately.

By David L. Buss
Total U.S. manufacturing technology orders through December 2022.
Plant Automation February 15, 2023

Manufacturing technology orders total $5.5 billion in 2022

Manufacturing orders totaled $5.5 billion in 2022, which is a 6% drop compared to 2021, according to an AMT report.

By Christopher Chidzik
Figure 3: Coupler inertia, length, inner and external diameter and material.
IIoT, Industrie 4.0 February 8, 2023

Important considerations when sizing linear and direct-drive technologies

Linear motors and direct-drives can be overlooked due to a rotary servo motor, but manufacturers could miss out on the benefits a linear or direct-drive could provide

By Dulce Maria Varela
Total U.S. manufacturing technology orders through November 2022.
Analytics January 12, 2023

Manufacturing technology orders dip in 2022

Annual total of new manufacturing technology orders value dipped below 2021 for first time in 2022, according to the U.S. Manufacturing Technology Orders Report.

By Christopher Chidzik
Courtesy: IoTco
IIoT, Industrie 4.0 January 4, 2023

Addressing current issues in predictive analytics

Webcast presentation highlights convergence of analytics with IIoT.

By Mohamed (Mo) Abuali
Plant Automation December 9, 2022

Warehouse automation market grows 28% in 2021

Due to the slowdown in e-commerce sales and other geopolitical and economic factors, the warehouse automation market has dropped since 2021

By Rowan Stott
System Integration December 4, 2022

How data is making a flour mill run smarter and leaner

Using analytics, data integration and advanced hardware helped a flour mill run smarter and leaner.

By Bryan Monroe
Analytics October 5, 2022

Maximizing prescriptive analytics to reach sustainability

Organizations seeking to retain prescriptive information and use it for future events can store this data directly in a self-service advanced analytics solution.

By Thomas Claes
The infrastructure on the vessels subscribed to the Purdue Model of Computer Integrated Manufacturing, which meant the information was protected and could travel up the chain.
DCS, SCADA, Controllers September 8, 2022

Modernizing SCADA vessel control systems with Ignition

Setting out to make better use of data and workflows in the remote, a maritime company adopts data-driven technology.

By Arlen Nipper