Endress+Hauser receives ISO 27001 certification
Endress+Hauser Digital Solutions has been awarded the ISO 27001…
Getting smarter: Companies engage with digital technology
Survey shows more manufacturers are investing in the future.
Pandemic drives manufacturers to accelerate digital transformation
Companies dealing with remote work forces, supply chain issues and need for better information.
The importance of agility
Sponsored Content provided by PLANT partner: Alithya How a modern…
Digitized companies doing better through COVID-19: SAP report
Divide in digital readiness reveals a clear connection between COVID-19 resiliency and intelligent leadership progress.
NGen provides $75,000 for SIMSA digital platform project
Will digitize services for members and link to other mining industry associations across Canada.
Emerging technologies are essential for future survival: KPMG
Canadian companies under-invest in disruptive technologies compared to American counterparts
What’s ahead: Top tech trends in 2020 and beyond
New technologies ranging from AI to IoT are transforming manufacturing.
Accenture acquires Callisto, extends digital manufacturing expertise
Canadian company will play a role in creating a collaborative environment for digital manufacturing in North America.
Digital economy’s environmental footprint is threatening the planet
Cloud computing, data centres, artificial intelligence and cryptocurrencies consume large amounts of electricity.
Seven steps to build your Industry 4.0 strategy and roadmap
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Get off the paper
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Sheet metal processor gets $365,000 CED funding for productivity
Repayable loan will be used to purchase and install digitally controlled production equipment.
Industry 4.0: What’s new at the fair?
Hannover Messe is the place to go to see the latest in digital factory, industrial systems, robotics and more.
Trudeau credits immigration for Canada’s growing tech sector
Also cited the federal government’s investments in education and research as reasons for success.
CBSA, Montreal port tests blockchain to tug shipping into digital age
But data sharing depends on co-operation among competitors and security remains an open question.
Manufacturing in 3D: It’s changing the rules and how you compete
Digital manufacturing is disrupting entire industry sectors, so be prepared to move quickly.
Details trickle out about cultural exemptions in Pacific Rim trade deal
Includes cultural exemption that specifically includes web content.
US newsprint duties will accelerate shift to digital: Resolute
600,000 workers in the newspaper and commercial printing sectors are at risk.
Internetization: A new word for our global economy
The contemporary face of globalization that embraces the digital connectivity and empowerment of the internet and the web.
IIoT is changing automotive and aerospace manufacturing
How these industries are making the digital transformation.
Canadian leaders must prepare for the future: report
But only 28% of survey respondents are ready to make the transformation.
NAFTA talks to start late in the year, expect big changes: Ross
US Commerce Secretary notes auto parts and digital economy among targets.
Manufacturing must seize upon digital transformation: BCG
Artificial intelligence, advanced data analytics and 3D printing are a few of the innovations.
Quebec newspapers seek government help for digital transition
Publishers confronting declining revenue as advertising spending flows to social media platforms.
GE wooing investors with ‘digital industrial’ vision
Immelt pledges $67 billion to shareholders from a sleeker company.
Canadian businesses slow to seize digital tools
Google Canada boss says digital leaders outperform competitors in every industry.
Hyphen and University of Guelph to share technology
Partnership will share 3D printing and prototyping, innovations and services.
Terepac to crank out micro circuits for the “Internet of Things”
Rockwell will help the Waterloo advanced manufacturer increase its production capacity.
Ford to build virtual crash test kid
The Ford Motor Co. is developing the one of the world’s first digital human child-body models for computer crash testing that will lead to future safety technologies.
Christie lights up projection technology
Influenced by Toyota, Christie implemented one-piece flow for its…
3D digital modelling drives design innovation
Use of 3D digital models represents the future of…