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Developed by the User Association of Automation Technology in Process Industries (NAMUR), MTP, or module type package, provides a framework for standardized equipment data models and description language to streamline interoperability. In practical terms, MTP enables integration of DCS and PLC-based systems more easily. The objectives of MTP are to…
 
The final episode in the current Smart Manufacturing podcast series covers sustainability, a significant global topic across many industries that minimize adverse effects and takes action to contribute to the business and improve the industry's impact on the environment. Chris Pennington, Global Industry Marketing Leader for Industrial Machinery at…
 
Today on the Future Car Podcast, Nand Kochhar, VP of Automotive and Transportation Industries, and Conor Peick, Thought Leadership Team Writer, continue a series of conversations on autonomous vehicles and how they will shape the future of mobility. While many details about AVs are uncertain at this time, it’s clear that they will require a signifi…
 
The introduction of digital technologies is helping the process industries do things better, faster and more efficiently. It’s also creating new challenges for companies as they strive to become digital enterprises by fully incorporating these technologies into all aspects of their operations. For example, if a deployed solution doesn’t work as int…
 
In the automotive industry, a majority of sustainable development efforts have focused on vehicle electrification as a practical solution for replacing internal combustion engines and fossil fuels to reduce emissions coming from the transportation sector. Today, EVs seem to grow in popularity and capability almost monthly, especially as exciting ne…
 
In the past, designing a vehicle required addressing issues such as speed, handling, safety, and efficiency, among others. While this is complicated, it is much easier compared to what it’ll take to build autonomous vehicles. Not only do you have to take care of all the vehicle design challenges, but you also have to design its ecosystem. You must …
 
One of the biggest barriers to ride-sharing is the loss of privacy. Most people prefer to ride in a car in silence without feeling like they are being rude. This is one of the biggest benefits of owning a personal car. However, the congestion brought about by people's love for personal cars is simply not sustainable. That’s because it significantly…
 
Formula One is evolving to remain relevant and interesting in the 21st century. A unique age where if it isn’t green enough, it can get ‘canceled’, and if it doesn’t trend on social media, it doesn’t matter! This evolution involves making decisions affecting how the engine is designed as well as transforming the sport’s interaction with the fans. F…
 
Companies in the process industries have a constant focus on improving the safety and situational awareness of operators in the field. At the same time, using multiple systems increases the risk of disconnected, incompatible, or outdated information. By implementing connected worker solutions, field workers can gain easy access to the information t…
 
What does it really take to make a car? Most people think it just takes a bunch of robots and a few people putting the components together. They aren’t wrong. However, that is just the final stage, the assembly line. Before a car gets to the assembly line, it takes engineering teams in different parts of the world years to create a viable design. T…
 
Software is now a critical component of nearly every modern vehicle. Consumers demand more high-tech features to be incorporated into their cars; therefore, software content has grown. This transition towards a software-defined vehicle is also causing rapid growth in vehicle complexity. To keep up with legacy automotive original equipment, manufact…
 
We no longer expect cars to just move us from point A to point B. We also expect them to entertain us, connect to our devices, update themselves, and sometimes self-park. All this while still minimizing their carbon footprint. As our needs increased, manufacturers were forced to change how they designed their cars. Their list of concerns grew from …
 
How do you avoid a traffic jam in the air? While this seems like a ridiculous question, it's one of the main problems urban air vehicle developers have to solve. That’s because while having a traffic jam on the road can be unbearable, it's harmless, but a traffic jam in the air can be fatal. For urban air taxis to become a reality, they must turn t…
 
The concept of the “golden batch” has been around for a long time. With artificial intelligence, however, it is now possible to more easily identify the characteristics of that coveted golden batch so that it can be more easily reproduced repeatedly and at the highest quality. Methods have even been developed that enable detection of negative trend…
 
When cities ran out of space, people built skyscrapers. This allowed them to take advantage of the space that was already there, waiting to be utilized. Now, as traffic in cities becomes slower and slower due to congestion, there is a need to rethink transportation in such places. After all, why waste the only resource we can’t create more of, time…
 
How far are you from your customers? The farther you are from them, the more difficult it will be for you to create a functional design. The closer you get to your customer, the higher the chances of creating a great design. It allows you to understand what they care about and minimize the possibility of unintentional exclusion. Many great inventio…
 
In today’s world, quality is an aspect that is of great significance to regulators and consumers. Manufacturers are expected to deliver high-quality products while still offering competitive prices. That, coupled with supply chain issues, puts a lot of pressure on them. One way to ease that burden is by fine-tuning the manufacturing process using s…
 
In a beginner's mind, there are endless possibilities - in an expert’s mind, there are few. To create a great design, you have to keep an open mind. You must be fearless and approach the process from a user’s experience, not from the creator’s experience. Some of the greatest innovations came from a genuine desire to solve the problems of the targe…
 
Back by popular demand, this is a throwback to one of our most loved episodes. Enjoy! With autonomous vehicles, the goal is to get to a point when they can give us a “boring” or uneventful ride. And you may be thinking, “Well, that’s not exciting at all!” But, it’s safe and trustworthy enough for you as a rider to shift your focus from the fact tha…
 
Process modeling, mostly in the form of process simulation, has been a key tool in the process industries for many decades. Traditionally this has been for offline applications such as front-end engineering design and control system design. But the usage of process modeling has expanded as it is now possible to implement online plant models that co…
 
Some robots, such as surgical robots, do precision work in ways a human being can’t. Others can do tedious, repetitive tasks fast and consistently, freeing people to do more productive work. And now we have patrol robots to keep us safe. They patrol a specified area and raise the alarm whenever they spot something suspicious. The biggest strength o…
 
Safety and security! Every stable government should do everything within its power to guarantee its citizens these two things. One of the ways of improving security is by equipping security personnel with the right tools. In today’s data-driven world, this means solutions that can process more data in the environment they’re deployed in better than…
 
“Competition makes us faster, collaboration makes us better.” For a company as big and diversified as Siemens, collaboration opens up a door to creating life-changing products. It allows the company to be at the forefront in tackling global issues such as climate change and degenerative diseases. It also allows the company to play a critical role i…
 
“The value of innovation lies in its practical implementation.” Over the last 174 years of its existence, Siemens has implemented some of the world’s most impactful innovations. Today, the company is a global leader in combining the real and the digital worlds to create value for its customers. Its ideal placement as a leader in software and hardwa…
 
Supply chain challenges have become a global issue and many companies now consider supply chain issues to be their top short- and long-term concern. This is an area where digitalization can be applied to assist in mitigating some of the risks and concerns. This episode of Digitalization Tech Talks focuses on the application of industrial identifica…
 
An unstable supply chain and an increase in customers’ need for custom products are some of the biggest challenges that manufacturers are dealing with today. The increased competition means they cannot afford to raise their products because that might result in a loss in market share. That’s why more focus has now been put on lowering the productio…
 
Imagine having an underground system that can continuously collect data related to traffic, earthquakes, and other vibration-causing activities. One of the biggest advantages that such a system would present is its ability to work all day, and all night, uninterrupted. It would not require light or regular removal of obstructions. That’s exactly wh…
 
In this episode we will talk about how companies of all sizes are able to take advantage of digital transformation to implement technologies that will enable them to do things faster, better, and more efficiently. We will do so by looking at a specific company that leveraged an existing, well-proven methodology to create a strong and highly relevan…
 
A key benefit of digitalizing the factory floor is the elimination of data silos. It provides an opportunity for companies to derive actionable insights from data they were already generating. Such actionable insights can help businesses perform predictive maintenance as well as improve operational efficiency. I’m your host, Blake Snodgrass, with S…
 
Technology has now gone underground. It's laying low! Organizations that help protect property, underground assets and provide data on the status of our urban infrastructure, have opened up a new technological frontier. Solutions in this frontier don’t necessarily rely on vision, they can do quite a bit by sensing vibrations. A software-based servi…
 
A few decades back, the idea of electric motor racing would have been seen as ridiculous. Fast forward to today, we have successful electric racing competitions both on water and on land. Making such progress took a few courageous people who were willing and capable of pushing what they knew about motor racing to the edge. Today, such competitions …
 
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