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Economic Indicators and Stimulus Money Offer New Hope for Manufacturing
Happening in Maintenance October 6, 2023 Edition
Looming Government Shutdown and Ongoing Union Strikes May Derail Manufacturing Initiatives
Happening in Maintenance September 2023 Edition
Agricultural Tech Advancements That Will Drive the Next Decade
Over the last several weeks, we’ve talked about how manufacturing has been slow to adopt technology, specifically as it relates to maintenance. Many of our initial conversations with new UpKeep...
Shifting Landscape: The Evolution of the Oil and Gas Industry Is Creating New Opportunities For Maintenance
During the last several months, I’ve spent time each week taking a horizontal look at all trends, challenges, and potential solutions in the maintenance, operations, and reliability space. Many of...
Why does it seem like manufacturing is still using 1990 technology? You guessed it; they are.
I’ve spent the last several months talking with key leaders in the manufacturing, maintenance and reliability industries about key issues we are all facing. I’ve had the opportunity to speak...
A Closer Look at Why Unions in Manufacturing Have Been Declining Since The 1970s
As a society, we don’t hear very much about unions and manufacturing companies anymore; in fact, I realized that I don’t even know many people in unions. The reality is...
How Reliability Principles Helped Bring First Nuclear Power Reactor Online in 30 Years Last Week
For the first time in 30 years, a nuclear reactor built from scratch came online this week. Officials reported that this reactor is already sending power to Georgia’s grid reliably....
How AI is Transforming Maintenance and Manufacturing In 2023 and What is Needed in the Future
When we think of artificial intelligence, we often jump to the futuristic, revolutionary, world-changing scenes portrayed in the latest science fiction movies. We envision things like robots taking over the...
Is 5G Living Up to the Hype in IoT Manufacturing? Not Quite Yet.
I noticed recently that my phone now says 5G, and I started thinking about all the predictions and promises that I’ve seen for years about how 5G is going to...
The Hidden Side of Robotics and Automation In Manufacturing: Unveiling the Price of Maintenance
Over the past several weeks, I’ve been discussing potential solutions to the ongoing labor shortage in manufacturing. For a long time, I’ve believed that things like immigration and other methods...
Will the Apple Vision Pro Finally Solve The Labor Shortage In Manufacturing? I Doubt It. Here's Why.
Earlier this month, Apple announced Vision Pro, which is the company’s mixed reality headset scheduled to hit the streets next year. I’m intrigued by this new technology because, personally, I’ve...
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