Category - Manufacturing

Articles that center around various technologies related to software development for the manufacturing sector and major information technology tendencies and innovations in the domain.

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The Evolution from Testing to Quality Engineering
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What Is Extended Reality and What Can We Do with It?
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IoT and Smart Manufacturing Drive the Fourth Industrial Revolution
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IoT in Automotive Industry: the Creation of Self-Driving Cars
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Robotics-Based Workforce: Impact on Employment
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How IoT Reduces Manufacturing Risk
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Automotive Internet of Things: The IoT Connected Car
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Automotive Production Industry Solution

The Evolution from Testing to Quality Engineering

Modern industries are on the race track of a highly competitive market, striving to gain customers. How can a company win? One of the key criteria is ensuring good quality of its products and services. But the traditional testing and quality control paradigm is not enough in the context of emerging technologies. That is why something new is being implemented in businessquality engineering solutions.

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What Is Extended Reality and What Can We Do with It?

It hasn’t been long since virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR) and mixed reality (MR) fired up our imagination, but a new family member – extended reality (XR) – has already come into general use. This notion combines the three phenomena, and their proliferation and convergence are the reason why XR has emerged.

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IoT and Smart Manufacturing Drive the Fourth Industrial Revolution

Modern technologies cannot but influence the biggest industry in the world — manufacturing. Industrial robots have been working in factories alongside human workers for quite some time. They help create efficiencies at all stages, from raw material to final product, are able to operate 24/7, and can be highly cost-effective for any company.

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IoT in Automotive Industry: the Creation of Self-Driving Cars

The driverless car market is just starting to emerge, but experts predict its rapid growth in the coming years.

A number of the leading global automakers such as BMW, Audi, Volkswagen, General Motors and Toyota, together with IT-giants Google and Apple, place serious emphasis on autonomous driving and IoT technology. They are actively engaged in the development of automotive IoT solutions to assist drivers and, as the ultimate goal, to create a Level 5 (see below) self-driving car.

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Robotics-Based Workforce: Impact on Employment

They can work day and night. They don’t need down time, breaks or medical insurance. They don’t have conflicts with with their bosses or colleagues, and take no personal time to deal with their problems. They are robots!

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How IoT Reduces Manufacturing Risk

Internet of Things (IoT) has already revolutionized the car industry, and the so-called Industry 4.0 is changing the way we look at production. It is important to keep up with new trends to not miss out on opportunities industrial IoT brings. We have already discussed a big question of the differences between M2M and IoT, and in this article, we will go through the ways IoT will be able to help the manufacturing companies in 2017. Reducing business risks using Big Data proved to be one of the biggest moneysavers for manufacturing enterprises in 2016, and this trend will continue in 2017.

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Automotive Internet of Things: The IoT Connected Car

We have been using internet connected cars technologies for years, in ways that by now seem routine for many: they link to our smartphones, register real-time traffic alerts, stream music from the Internet, and offer emergency roadside assistance at the touch of a button.

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Automotive Production Industry Solution

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The client supplies solutions for a wide range of services tailored to clients’ needs. They work in the automotive engineering and logistics industries, creating software technology and architecture solutions, based on their deep knowledge in these areas.

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