The Digital Revolution has transformed the industrial and manufacturing sector, unlocking unprecedented efficiencies, just-in-time manufacturing, global sourcing, and economic growth. But, as much productivity as technology has already enabled, the global industry is about to change even more with M2M.
The 20th century was best known economically for the advent of mass manufacturing and, in turn, mass marketing. Successful manufacturing and brandmanagement companies focused on the functions of design, engineering, production, distribution, sales, and service.
The M&A (merger and acquisition) dealmakers have been pretty busy in the M2M arena. And it looks like what we’ve seen so far is only the tip of the proverbial iceberg
I’m sorry to return to the topic of personal privacy so soon, but there’s a new threat to consider. It’s called “smart trash.”
I read a flurry of reports published this past May and June about Voyager 1's imminent departure from our solar system. Now, approximately 11 billion miles from Earth, Voyager 1's present position in space makes it the farthest man-made object from Earth.