Source: Nature magazine Manufacturing is getting smart. Companies are increasingly using sensors and wireless technologies to capture data at all stages of a product’s life. These range from material properties and the temperatures and vibrations of equipment to the logistics of supply chains and customer details. Truck engines beam back data on speed, fuel consumption and oil temperature to manufacturers and fleet operators. Optical scanners are used to spot defects …Read More
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An interview with Jaouher Selmi from RENAULT. Renault Group, originally from France, is a leading company in the production of cars, including commercial vehicles and racing cars. As a project partner, RENAULT will implement and test Twin-Control’s results. How did you know about the project? What aspects of the project attracted you to join it? Renault was investigating and looking for a partnership in order to develop the use of …Read More
An interview with Guillermo Gil and Carlos Mozas from MASA. Specialized in the manufacture of parts for the aerospace industry, project partner MASA will implement and test Twin-Control’s results.