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An engineering services framework for additive manufacturing

Additive manufacturing is now becoming a mainstream production technique for various industries. In this regard, it is important that engineering services organizations equip themselves to provide a new range of services...


Interoperability between IIC Architecture and Industry 4.0 Reference Architecture

The industrial internet is ushering in an era of connected industrial ecosystems. Engineering organizations comprising business stakeholders from a spectrum of industries are laying out guidelines that would allow for an interoperable, safe...


Smart Services – for continuous gas analyzers

Today, companies are struggling to shift towards digital service and excel in it. Globally, customers are increasingly delegating original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) the task of maintaining and even operating...


OAuth – A new era in identity management and its applications

OAuth is open standard authorization protocol , which allows end users to share their Web resources with third-party applications, and eliminates the need to share their credentials. This whitepaper describes OAuth protocol – its overview, how it can help in identity...


Enhanced unified communications QoE through software-defined networking (SDN)

With enterprises increasingly adopting SDN to address their network routing inefficiencies, Unified Communication (UC) applications like Cisco Unified Communication...


Factory visibility: From shop floor to top floor – making the invisible visible

Factories are no longer just a collection of physical assets. They are a combination of visible hardware and invisible electronics, data storage, software, and connectivity that is fundamentally changing...


Environment health and safety – is your workplace safety a differentiator?

In today’s dynamic and demand-driven market, global enterprises are more competitive than ever. The advent of advanced technologies – which include elements for environmental monitoring, biometric...


Knowledge-based engineering (KBE) – key product development technology to enhance competitiveness

In a competitive environment, it is imperative to innovate and bring high-quality products to the market in a short time, especially engineering products that are driven by exhaustive knowledge and experience. Knowledge-based...


Knowledge-based Engineering (KBE) applications in aircraft structural repair

Aircraft maintenance cost is the second highest expense incurred by the aircraft industry, next only to fuel expenditure. The need of the hour is to reduce this maintenance cost and make the industry more profitable and sustainable. This paper ...


Carbon composites are becoming competitive and cost-effective

Despite a high cost, carbon-fiber reinforced composites are widely used across multiple industries due to their high performance. However, with recent advances, it has become crucial for carbon composites to become ...


Landing gear design and development – how advanced technology is helping meet challenges

One of the most critical subsystems of an aircraft is the landing gear. There is a need to design the landing gear with minimum weight, minimum volume, high performance, improved life, and reduced lifecycle...


Crash dump analysis on Windows and Solaris

A core dump file is created whenever there is an untimely termination of a process. This could result from an unforeseen action by the application. The core dump file contains debugging information, which can prove valuable ...


Integrated vehicle health management of a transport aircraft landing gear system

Integrated vehicle health monitoring (IVHM) is among the few technologies that help in reducing maintenance and operational costs, while improving the overall safety of an aircraft. This paper presents ...


Knowledge-based engineering: how it can help retail and consumer packaged goods industry

Know more about how knowledge-based engineering (KBE), a proven product development technology, can help retail and CPG industries by helping capture and reuse engineering knowledge.


Automating the spare parts management system

The critical nature of spare parts management in manufacturing and service operations cannot be understated. Factors such as demand unpredictability, part alternates, parts indigenization, and tight control on spare parts inventory – coupled with high service levels – demand decision support to accurately forecast spare part requirements and to optimize inventory. Meeting these objectives helps...


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