Machine learning is trending across diverse industries and its benefits have impressed one and all. A deeper insight into the concept of ‘machine learning’ along with its industrial applications have been discussed here.
With factories becoming smarter and more efficient, the demand for industrial tech wearables has also increased as it secures and boosts the performance of the workforce.
Manufacturers are implementing the retrofitting idea in their factories to keep up with the benefits of smart automation technologies. There are also certain precautions that must be undertaken in order to ensure a secure and productive system.
RFID has been present in the market since ages but now companies are taking this technology to the next level by introducing innovations that offer more accuracy and efficiency across numerous industries.
South East Asia’s biggest exhibition for machine tools – IMTEX was recently held in Bengaluru, India. MM International visited the show and picked up six of the most impressive technologies showcased at the trade fair.
MM International interacted with representatives from numerous machine tool associations around the globe to understand their perspective on the growing Indian machine tool industry. Read on to find out more...
This year, India held its biggest machine tool exhibition – IMTEX in Bengaluru. Marking five decades, the mega show displayed many innovative technologies and also emphasised on new technological trends i.e. Additive manufacturing and Industry 4.0.
The International Conference and Exhibition on Die Casting Technology will be held at the India Expo Mart on 6 – 8 December 2018. The theme for the event is emerging trends in die casting technology.
South and South East Asia’s biggest metal cutting and machine tool show – IMTEX will pave the way for 2019.
The merger of INA Bearings India and LuK India with Schaeffler India is now complete. Also, its new Pune Facility has been inaugurated with an investment of Rs 2,000 million under the ‘One Schaeffler’ entity.