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Digital Twins: How engineers can benefit

Digital Twins: How engineers can benefit
Digital twins are digital representations of physical, real world assets in operations. They mirror the condition of assets and provide relevant historical data about them in real time. These up-to-date representations are invaluable to engineers in adapting to the demands of the Industry 4.0 era. Written by Philipp Wallner, Industry Manager, Industrial Automation and Machinery, MathWorks
19th February 2021

5 trends for Industry 4.0: The factory of the future

5 trends for Industry 4.0: The factory of the future
The world has changed significantly since I wrote about trends for 2020, one year ago. But while our personal and professional lives have experienced a massive twist, the pandemic and its associated impacts have been more an accelerator for these trends rather than changing them. Guest blog written by Philipp H. F. Wallner, Industry Manager - Industrial Automation & Machinery, MathWorks
16th December 2020

Key AI and Industry 4.0 trends for engineers in 2020

Key AI and Industry 4.0 trends for engineers in 2020
With Industry 4.0 and artificial intelligence continually redefining the limits of what is possible for engineers and scientists, 2020 will be a pivotal year. Here are the key trends we can expect to see over the next 12 months. By Jos Martin, Senior Engineering Manager at MathWorks
26th November 2019


Female STEM workers face same challenges as Ada Lovelace

Female STEM workers face same challenges as Ada Lovelace
This year Ada Lovelace Day fell on Tuesday 8th October, and female STEM workers of today are facing the same challenges she did 200 years ago. Originally founded in 2009 by technologist Suw Charman-Anderson, the day celebrates the achievements of women in STEM careers, and was created in memory of one standout individual: Ada Lovelace, the first computer programmer.
11th October 2019

Machine data is the key to smart industry

Machine data is the key to smart industry
As it becomes the norm, smart industry is affecting the rate of change in the industrial world, to become faster than it has ever been. Now, production machines and handling equipment can be highly integrated mechatronic systems with a major portion of embedded software. Piece written by Philipp H. F. Wallner, Industry Manager at MathWorks and Seth DeLand, Product Manager at MathWorks.
31st October 2017


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