The Manufacturing Outlook

Weekly Brief


Weekly Brief

Thursday, March 19,2020

Feature of the Week

Manufacturing companies can make use of deep reinforcement learning, a type ML solution enabling the robots to teach themselves new skills swiftly and efficiently, without the need for definite and complicated programming.  Read more
Today, a few chief technology levers, including cloud computing, machine learning, and the Internet of Things, are expediting the industrial revolution by leveraging more valuable systems for predictive maintenance.  Read more
As one gets wound up for the future of manufacturing, they need to slow down and look at the challenges coming their way.  Read more

CIO Viewpoint

By Edward Rodden, CIO, Sugar Creek  
​Forty-two years, sounds like a long time…My first office job started just that long ago, and it was a far different world from what we live in today.  Read more
By Jerry Flasz, SVP/ CIO, Coty  
Our cloud solutions offer and manage a test environment with production data, removing the necessity of developing and managing an in house production environment.  Read more

Featured Vendors

By Carey Chen, President, CEO & Chairman of the Board  
Embracing new initiatives to reinvigorate a leadership position in technology, quality and service to its customers in the additive manufacturing field  Read more
By John Traynor, Senior Vice President  
Provides solutions that simplify machine monitoring, enabling more informed decision-making  Read more
By Keith A. Spero, CEO  
DP&C® Enterprises, LLC specializes in providing consulting, process enhancements, technology applications, project management and total supply chain solutions that enable clients to streamline the management and movement of raw materials,...  Read more

CXO Insights

By Arnold Marty Martin, Director of Process Control Technology, Air Liquide  
By Daniel P Kowalik, Director of ASTM CoE Additive Manufacturing, Buffalo Manufacturing Works  
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