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Kiwi clothing brand under fire: ComCom warns businesses about "Made in NZ" claims
Clothing brand WORLD is under investigation by the Commerce Commission regarding the accuracy of its t-shirt labelling.
Will IIoT take us to the cloud or closer to the edge?
Are cloud data centers sufficiently equipped to deal with the volume and speed of the data generated in large production facilities?
Report finds UK manufacturers’ cybersecurity severely wanting
With the industry now one of the most targeted, EEF CEO Phipson says "manufacturers must urgently take appropriate steps to protect themselves."
Getting ahead as a manufacturer in a digital world
IT can help a manufacturing business get the edge in a competitive world - but only if you know how to make the right moves.
Apple to pump up data center spending by $10 billion
Apple expects to invest over $30 billion in capital expenditures in the US over the next five years and create over 20,000 new jobs.
Epicor Software partners with NZ technology solutions integrator
The partnership reflects a commitment by Epicor to grow its presence in New Zealand
HPE simplifies application deployment in manufacturing plants
Express App Platform – Manufacturing is an on-premise solution that allows manufacturers to accelerate digital factory transformation.
Number of APAC manufacturers with ‘smart factories’ to triple by 2022
In a world-leading effort, almost half of APAC manufacturers will have fully connected factories by 2022 with tech use among them expected to surge.
IESA launches first overseas office in Taipei following huge semiconductor growth
India's electronics system design and manufacturing industry is forecast to grow at a CAGR of 16-23% to reach USD$172-228b by 2020.
Schneider Electric NZ elected exclusive distributor of industrial software solution
Schneider Electric NZ will distribute a software solution used by more than a third of the world’s industrial and manufacturing plants.
Huge opportunities imminent with next phase of disruption
A new report from Stratus asserts we’re on the brink of huge change and disruption, dubbed the ‘fourth Industrial Revolution’.
Tesla recalls 53,000 cars after braking failure
All Model S and Model X vehicles manufactured between February and October of 2016 contain a gear that may have been improperly made.
IDC report: Industry 3D printing revenue to skyrocket to $35 billion by 2020
New statistics from IDC show that the global 3D printing market will exceed $35 billion by 2020, double the $15.9 billion forecast for 2016.
Xplore Technologies reports 'record' $100.5 million revenue
Xplore Technologies, a provider of 'rugged' tablets, has grown its revenue to a 'record' $100.5 million in fiscal 2016 - representing 136% growth.
Manufacturing automation and the cyber risks that go with it
Increasing automation and interconnectivity in the world's industrial factories is unwittingly helping them become more vulnerable to cyber attacks.
The tablet market hits its peak, detachables emerge in force
Tablet manufacturers, both large and small, are slowly shifting focus toward the detachable tablet market segment.
HP completes world first with 3D printing technology
“The new HP Jet Fusion 3D Printing Solution delivers a combination of speed, quality, and cost never seen in the industry."
Microsoft brings the power of IoT to the manufacturing industry
"Microsoft's support of OPC UA in Azure IoT and Windows IoT will reduce barriers to industrial IoT adoption and help deliver immediate value."
Xplore Technologies grows market share in APAC
“Our strategy continues to pay dividends as we are seeing our market share increase on a global scale, especially in newer regions like APAC."
Wireless charging market: Drivers, challenges and benefits
Future Market Insights (FMI) has investigated the current wireless charging market and forecasted what it will look like over the next five years.
NZ manufacturing rebounds from two-year low in February
New Zealand manufacturing rebounded from a two-year low in February, led by improvement in new orders and deliveries and a recovery in the petroleum,