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Suppliers Are Joining the Design Team
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8/3/2015  Post a comment
Manufacturers are speeding design by including their suppliers in the process – and it’s not just automotive and aerospace.
IoT Is Turning Hardware Manufacturers Into Software Developers
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8/1/2015  1 comment
Thanks to the Internet of Things, hardware developers are undertaking a flurry of potentially lucrative software developments.
The Anatomy of a Cyber Security Assessment
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7/31/2015  1 comment
DuPont's cyber security assessment of its Texas plants is an effective blueprint for anyone looking to create a strategy for cyber protection.
Industrial Cyber Security Requires Layered Approach
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7/24/2015  Post a comment
Industrial networks are increasingly vulnerable to cyber attacks. Security requires a layered approach.
Great Courses Offers All You Need to Know About Robotics
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7/18/2015  1 comment
Great Courses has released a comprehensive 12-hour lecture program on robotics.
10 Great Inventors of the Late 20th Century
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7/17/2015  17 comments
Take a look at 10 great inventors who created some of the most popular products we're using today.
Cisco and Rockwell Partner to Enhance Cyber Security
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7/15/2015  Post a comment
Cisco and Rockwell have joined in the development of a security architecture to protect plants from cyber attacks.
Viking Xtreme Valves Built for Extreme Environments
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7/13/2015  Post a comment
The Viking Xtreme valves offer a standardized product that can withstand extreme environments.
The Inventor as CEO -- Good or Bad?
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7/9/2015  4 comments
The owner/inventor of a product may also be the best person to run the business.


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