Nolan Johnson's top 5 picks this week include the SpaceX Dragon splashdown, the Mars 2020 mission’s Ingenuity helicopter—featuring an interview with the carbon fiber company that built the helicopter’s landing gear—and the U.S. Air Force’s efforts to secure space systems with the help of volunteer hackers. Readers also responded to news from IPC and iNEMI, and blockchain turned out to be hugely popular.
Zulki Khan explores how biosensors for human-machine interfaces (HMIs) and new, flexible electrodes are leading the way, are among the most recent developments and promise more sophisticated medical wearable devices for health monitoring.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, manufacturing organizations have been forced to quickly adapt to provide remote work options for manufacturing support employees. Alfred Macha shares a model to help your organization keep remote work...
Against the potent backdrop of current events, how should our industry respond? How should we manage and rethink manufacturing? And what are the main issues at hand in near-term and long-term horizons? Dr. Jennie Hwang explores these...
During the last few months, thanks to COVID-19, Sagi Reuven felt the supply chain impact on our hardware production for the first time and hence dedicates this column to effective material...
IBM: Supply Chain Blockchain Interview with Christophe Begue and Michelle Lam
Increase Traceability, Prevent Counterfeiting Interview with Michael Ford
Automating Inventory Control Interview with Bill Astle and Bob Black
An EMS Perspective on Inventory Management Interview with Foad Ghalili
Trust in Time by Michael Ford