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DARPA Moves to Secure Chip Designs

The U.S. military is ramping up efforts to secure semiconductors and its electronics supply chain by embedding defenses during the chip design phase. The automation effort also addresses the ...Full Article

Blockchain: Streamlining Disrupted Supply Chains During COVID Crisis

Supply chains are increasingly subject to disruption in recent years from trade wars and pandemics, as well as from new demands driven by new technologies, regulations and materials. Modern ...Full Article

Blockchain Use Cases Grow, As Does Venture Funding

The logistical and transactional advantages of blockchain technology could create more enterprise use cases based on the trusted sharing of data that eliminates third-party threats along with moves to ...Full Article

Asset Efficiency: Taking a Leap Toward the Industrial IoT

The evolution of smart, connected, and autonomous products is reshaping the manufacturing industry and its ecosystem. The convergence of operational and information technologies is opening a completely new axis ...Full Article

Cloud Computing Tames Big Data to Extract Value

<img style="float: left;" src="" alt="" width="95" height="121" />Cloud computing is much more than just a bunch of third-party servers running at a remote location so businesses can stop spending ...Full Article

Seven Key Questions Supply Chain Executives Should Be Asking Themselves Today

<img src="" alt="" width="95" height="35" />During the 10th Annual Supply Chain and Logistics Summit North America 2012, an advisory board drawn from industry, government and academia identified a number ...Full Article

China Comes to Iowa

<img style="float: left;" src="" alt="" width="76" height="52" />It appears that Iowa is forging increasing closer ties with Chinese manufacturers, reversing a decade-long trend of losing jobs to its overseas ...Full Article

3D Printing – Bringing Manufacturing Home

Paul Tate, executive editor of Manufacturing Exective, blogs that 3D printing could change the face of the manufacturing industry, eliminating supply chains, reshoring manufacturing to the U.S., and producing ...Full Article

Tsunamis and Supply Chains: The Perils of Global Manufacturing

While the practice of offshoring is intended as a cost-saver, sending key parts of the manufacturing process overseas can have unintended consequences.Full Article
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