OT + IT Needs Smart Technology
An Integrated Architecture booth at the recent Automation Fair showcased several Rockwell products that help companies integrate control (OT) and information (IT) across the enterprise.?
Your children will thank you ... for additive manufacturing
The first part 3D-printed in space marks the beginning of a new manufacturing frontier
Inevitability? 3D Printers in Space
Made in Space Inc. (www.madeinspace.us) in Moffet Field, Calif., reports that on Nov. 24, the first 3D printer built to operate in space successfully manufactured its first part on the International Space Station (ISS).
STEM Education Can Start with Cool Toys
Legos, Blocks, Plastic or Wood Models, Even the Lowly Popsicle Stick Can Be Basic Training for the Budding Engineer
Innovation in Material Handling Gives Shuttleworth an Edge
Company Inventions for Moving Fragile, Difficult-to-Handle and Sensitive Products Give Customers Flexibility for Their Solutions
Experience Beats Degrees
What Makes Today''s Engineers Better at Playing in the Field?
Take a Look at New Technology
Tools Such as Google Glass Could Be More Than Meets the Eye
5 Must-Have Controller Programming Features
Machine Builders Want Ease-of-Use, Support for Multiple Programming Languages, Ability to Reuse Code, Global Acceptance and the Ability to Accommodate Motion and Robotic Control Along With Traditional PLC Functions
The Factory of the Future: Connecting the Enterprise
Rockwell Auromation believes that industrial and process enterprises can garner a large business value by connecting IT (ERP, CMS, quality, financials, logistics, supply chain management) with?OT (sensors, machines, controllers, actuators), which traditionally have remained separate silos of activit...