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What Are MIL-SPEC Connectors?

Post By: Tom Rowse On: 09-09-2021

At some point in an electrical or electronic engineering career, you might come across MIL-SPEC Connectors, also known as MS or Military Standard Connectors...


Open Source Software In Factories

Post By: Ryan King On: 16-08-2021

Open source software programs are devised and developed initially by someone needing to address a particular problem. This could be a supply or distribution issue in your manufacturing processes...


What Does Right to Repair Mean for Manufacturers?

Post By: Ryan King On: 27-07-2021

Right to Repair groups have been forming over the past ten years in a bid to change the traditional manufacturing policy of built-in obsolescence, and to combat environmental destruction...


Why Is Cybersecurity Important In Factories?

Post By: Ryan King On: 20-07-2021

The future seems rosy for smart manufacturing, but there is a downside. Cybercrime is on the rise, and though it might not seem as though industry presents a particularly valuable target, hackers think otherwise...


Reducing Obsolescence Risk In Manufacturing

Post By: Ryan King On: 09-07-2021

Obsolescence is an accepted part of any life cycle. However, industrial automation equipment is surprisingly durable, and if you installed new machinery in the 1970s, you might still be using it 50 years on...


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