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Momentum is building, fast, for smart manufacturing. Here, Enterprise IoT Insights presents five more use cases from leading industrial IoT (IIoT) solutions providers. Also, check out the major new report …

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The Lean Six Sigma doctrine proposes a set of data-oriented management techniques to eliminate defects and raise quality in process-driven environments. It has become standard in manufacturing. In essence, it …

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In the final instalment in our industrial IoT trilogy with Hitachi, Greg Kinsey, in charge of the company’s digital transformation business, says innovation is not available to pre-order and take-away, …

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As we have seen already, through separate discussion of Hitachi’s approach to ‘predictive quality’ and ‘dynamic scheduling’, the digital transformation of industry is multi-faceted. There is a third way, apart …

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There are three strands to industrial transformation, reckons Hitachi Vantara, the digital change unit of Japanese hardware and software maker Hitachi. The point is to eliminate, or at least manage …

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Hitachi sets about the task of industrial transformation with its customers by posing three simple, but very pointed, questions. “What if you could predict and prevent production downtime? What if …

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Manufacturers should treble their money on digital transformation, at least, reckons Greg Kinsey, vice president of Hitachi Vantara. If the digital ROI does not stack up, before starting out, then they …

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The industrial ‘internet of things’ (IoT) market is geographically skewed, reckons one of its leading protagonists. Greg Kinsey, vice president of Japan-based Hitachi’s Vantara business, says the US is way …

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smart manufacturing

“There are three ways to be smart in manufacturing,” says Michael Yost, president of manufacturing association MESA International. Three, it seems, is the magic number when it comes to categorising …

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