Somehow, in the midst of the fourth industrial revolution, there is still a somewhat common belief that robots and AI are terrible things. This myth hinges on the beliefs that robotic technology will replace human workers, and that all those poor people will be jobless and destitute, or that AI will take over decision-making on the grand level and decide to wage war on humanity. Nothing could be further from the truth – and in the world of manufacturing, we can show just that.
Safer Workplaces for Greater ProductivityWorkplace Health and Safety
It’s everyone’s expectation – and their right – that throughout their day their workplace is free from hazards and is a healthy place to spend their working hours. But is this just a moral duty to employees or are there other benefits?
Company Culture Drives SMEs ForwardThe Changing Workplace
“Why is culture so important to a business? Here is a simple way to frame it. The stronger the culture, the less corporate process a company needs. When the culture is strong, you can trust everyone to do the right thing.” – Brian Chesky, co-founder and CEO of Airbnb, for Medium.com on Apr 20, 2014.
“Work should be, for all of us, a word as honourable and appealing as patriotism.” – Dwight Eisenhower
Making a Statement through the Integration of Art and SciencePersuasive Packaging
The shopping experience has undergone some monumental changes in just a few short years as in-store shopping appears to have taken a backseat to online purchases. This requires only a few clicks and confirmations from a computer or smartphone to have the chosen items delivered to a consumer’s doorstep for a seamless and personalized shopping experience. It does not get more convenient than that.
MedSource LabsImproving Patient Outcomes through Ingenuity, Partnerships, and Technology
The healthcare industry is constantly adapting to the introduction of the newest technologies and innovations that will determine the medical care available to both healthcare providers and, most importantly, patients.
Manufacturing in Times of CrisisResponding to Challenges through a United Front Line
The Organization for Economic Co-Operation and Development’s (OECD) Secretary-General, Ángel Gurría has stated: “The coronavirus pandemic is causing large-scale loss of life and severe human suffering. It is a public health crisis without precedent in living memory, which is testing our collective capacity to respond.”
Addressing the Growing Challenge of E-WasteReduce, Reuse, Recycle, Remanufacture
Our civilization, Carl Sagan noted, “profoundly depends on science and technology.” He also noted that “almost no one understands science and technology.” This duality certainly applies to the new and extraordinary technology which arrives in our lives almost daily. But what are the real effects?
Big Country RawFeeding Raw – Feeding Right
Here in Canada, our affinity for dogs and cats is evidenced by the approximately eight million each of dogs and cats that we consider household pets, according to the Canadian Animal Health Institute (CAHI).
Possehl ErzkontorOver a Century of Experience as a Global Partner
The history of international trade goes back centuries. However, the first wave of globalization in the nineteenth century was interrupted by the outbreak of the ‘Great War’ in 1914, when trade took a back seat to conflict.
Leadec Industrial ServicesThe Top Choice for Manufacturers
The manufacturing industry in the United States is in a constant state of transition, largely influenced by innovative, real-time technologies that are enabling every aspect of manufacturing to become smarter, faster, and more streamlined. The companies that have made the right choices in the face of this shift have come to outshine the rest.
Custom Products of Litchfield IncorporatedCelebrating 60 Years as a Niche Market Supplier
Custom Products of Litchfield Incorporated is proudly proclaiming its sixtieth year in business. Located in Litchfield, Minnesota, the family-owned company was originally known as Reinke Sheet Metal and Manufacturing. Arvid Reinke established his company in 1959, primarily to address the needs of the construction industry for customized sheet metal fabrication.
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