Fully Automated Battery Manufacturing, Part 1

With more than 20 million electric vehicles expected to hit the market by 2030, the automotive industry alone is significantly increasing demand for new products and technologies in the battery cell market. This rapid market expansion will present manufacturers with...

Data Integrity and The Digital Twin, Part 2

Metrology is moving from the lab to the manufacturing line, which brings non-contact techniques, digital twins, and the integrity of point clouds versus discrete measurement data under increased scrutiny. In our last post, we started discussing the Digital Twin....

Data Integrity and The Digital Twin, Part 1

Industrial production technologies are rapidly advancing, and traditional metrology is increasingly turning to non-contact measurement techniques to keep pace. To maintain the higher throughputs required by product demands, production metrology processes are moving...

Responsive, Adaptive, Connected Manufacturing

The time has come for manufacturers, big and small, to understand and embrace the evolving production models, materials, and technologies of smart factories. Industry 4.0 is helping manufacturers increase business value by enabling a more connected, cost efficient,...

Automation Trends Post COVID-19

The world has changed—personally and professionally. While the impact of the novel coronavirus pandemic is still being measured and assessed, companies are already discovering new opportunities. Manufacturing companies, in particular, are analyzing their supply chains...