Innovation

Role of Internet of Things (IoT), Machine Learning (ML), Artificial Intelligence (AI) in manufacturing industries

The manufacturing organizations are facing a number of challenges to sustain and grow due to the current crisis arising out of the pandemic. The organizations are looking at various options to tide over the crisis they face today. Some of them are looking within to improve the operational efficiency and customer quality by optimizing the resources, cautious investment, and utilizing the existing solutions & technologies effectively. Others are considering this as an opportunity to bring in new technologies...

Innovation

Generative Design – A New Era in Product Design

For decades, designers have been following traditional design methods that involve lengthy processes and several iterations. But today, the advancements in software have made design process simple and swift while minimizing the costs entailed. Hence, designers skill up on design best practices to reduce the repetitive design work with the help of design templates and easily implement key user-defined features adopting the right tools. This will provide them more time for innovation and new product...

Aerospace & Defense # Engineering # Innovation # Manufacturing

Transforming the Aerospace & Defense landscape with industry-specific experiences for enhanced efficiency with digital continuity

Customer expectations are growing with the need for lower costs, higher quality, increased capabilities and the ever-growing complexity making it even more challenging for manufacturers. Complex system requirements challenges OEMs and suppliers to amplify their creativity, collaboration and innovation by upgrading to the factory of the future focused on improved efficiency and production agility. New approaches towards conception, designing, manufacturing, validation and sustenance are required for new air,...

Engineering # Industrial Equipment # Innovation # Manufacturing

Staying on Top of Change

Just as humans develop from a single cell and end up with some 13 trillion cells by the time they’re born nine months later, so too do products start with a concept or definition—essentially a single data point. Whether that definition is expressed as a design on paper or digitally, it represents data, explains Callum Kidd, lecturer and leading configuration management researcher at the University of Manchester, U.K. The data then evolves, matures, is iterated and eventually becomes a defined...