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Realising the benefits of Direct to Consumer

Realising the benefits of Direct to Consumer

By Karl H. Lauri, managing team member at MRPeasy.com.

Direct to Consumer (D2C) is a new yet already popular business strategy for many new, and some experienced small manufacturers. But without an appropriate IT platform, which combines traditional manufacturing ERP with new e-commerce channels, the benefits may not be entirely realised.

First cryptographic companion device brings pre-programmed security to the automotive market

First cryptographic companion device brings pre-programmed security to the automotive market

Due to the rise of in-vehicle network connections such as Bluetooth and LTE/5G, today's vehicles host more vulnerabilities than ever before, driving new cybersecurity regulations and specifications for the automotive market.

AVEVA and Microsoft announce collaboration on cloud and AI to drive digital transformation in manufacturing and energy sectors

AVEVA and Microsoft announce collaboration on cloud and AI to drive digital transformation in manufacturing and energy sectors

AVEVA, the engineering and industrial software solutions provider, will be extending its long-standing strategic collaboration with Microsoft to focus on accelerating digital transformation in the industrial sector.

New additive manufacturing software creates grid structures

New additive manufacturing software creates grid structures

For the production of lightweight components and implants, the latest version of the 4D_Additive software from CoreTechnologie allows for the fast and easy creation of internal and external grid structures, so-called lattices.

BMW chooses Inspekto to bring AI to the factory floor

BMW chooses Inspekto to bring AI to the factory floor

The BMW plant in Steyr, Austria, is the BMW Group’s largest engine plant worldwide. At the facility, the top priorities are quality, efficiency and the transformation to Industry 4.0 through the implementation of digital technologies at shop floor level.

Sectigo and Green Hills Software partner to help manufacturers protect endpoint devices

Sectigo and Green Hills Software partner to help manufacturers protect endpoint devices

Sectigo, provider of automated digital identity management, embedded security, and web security solutions, and Green Hills Software, the provider of high-assurance operating systems, have announced a global reseller agreement.

Five considerations to ensure your IoT rollout is managed effectively

Five considerations to ensure your IoT rollout is managed effectively

By Stefan Spendrup, Vice President of Sales, Northern and Western Europe at SOTI.

For years, IoT and mobility have been improving business and industry operations by automating tasks, making remote work safer and ensuring devices can be managed remotely. 

Industrial IoT connections to reach 37 billion globally by 2025, as ‘smart factory’ concept Is realised

Industrial IoT connections to reach 37 billion globally by 2025, as ‘smart factory’ concept Is realised

A new study from Juniper Research has found that the global number of Industrial IoT connections will increase from 17.7 billion in 2020 to 36.8 billion in 2025; representing an overall growth rate of 207%. The research identified smart manufacturing as a key growth sector of the Industrial IoT market over the next five years; accounting for 22 billion connections by 2025.

After COVID-19, what does the Future hold for 3D printing?

After COVID-19, what does the Future hold for 3D printing?

The past decade has seen an explosion in 3D printing, among hobbyists and professional users alike. The ability to prototype – or even, increasingly, industrially produce – almost any component with just a CAD package and a 3D printer has transformed the manufacturing landscape.

Inkjet printer cracks egg coding challenge for Spanish producer

Inkjet printer cracks egg coding challenge for Spanish producer

A Spanish egg producer is using a coding solution from Markem-Imaje to mark 180,000 eggs an hour, while cutting operational costs by at least 20%. The continuous inkjet solution allows the company to change consumables without stopping the printers and reduces the number of printhead cleaning operations, while still meeting its traceability obligations with a high-quality code on each egg.

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