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Australian satellite communications provider Speedcast International has signed a deal with Nokia to offer the Finnish vendor’s plug-and-play private LTE and 5G solution to remote industrial customers. Speedcast supplies satellite-based …

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Arm has introduced a suite of new safety-critical computing solutions for autonomous systems in the automotive and industrial sectors. The UK-based firm said its new silicon design blueprints are designed …

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France-based energy management and automation specialist Schneider Electric has deployed the first private indoor 5G network in the industrial sector in France. The firm has worked with mobile operator Orange …

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Ten new manufacturing sites have joined the World Economic Forum’s ‘global lighthouse network’ of Industry 4.0 leaders. It takes the total number of smart factories in the network to 54. …

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Danish engineering firm Danfoss is piloting a private LTE network at its factory in Vaasa, in the northwest of Finland. It is working with Finnish systems integrator Etteplan, which has …

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As the headline suggests, this analysis should be seen in context. It offers only rapid arithmetic around the World Economic Forum’s (expanding) list of ‘lighthouse’ factories, which claim the most …

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The World Economic Forum has named 18 new factories, mostly from Asia (and mostly in China), as part of its ‘global lighthouse network’ of advanced manufacturers. They join the existing …

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Ericsson exec discusses outlook for industrial adoption of 5G LOS ANGELES–Ericsson’s Erik Josefsson, head of advanced industries, is a surfer, he told Enterprise IoT Insights this week during Mobile World …

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Deloitte has launched a pre-configured suite of cloud-based IoT applications designed to accelerate smart factory transformations for companies with manufacturing operations. Powered by Amazon Web Services (AWS) IoT, the Smart …

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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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