Last week I had the opportunity to attend Forbes’ second annual Reinventing America Summit. The innovation, ingenuity and enthusiasm on display reinforced my conviction in the resurgence of American manufacturing and our ability to compete globally.
“We focus on what we can offer that nobody else can,” explains Firstronic CEO John Sammut. “Our differentiators have become better shop floor controls, advanced technology, speed-to-market and flexibility.”
The spirit of making things is alive on the floor of the Detroit Auto Show. And all of us at Plex enjoy seeing all the parts, components and assemblies our customers make, showcased in one of the world’s most important automotive events.
As a toy, LEGO™ is almost miraculous, allowing kids of any age to build toys, even whole worlds of their own imagination. The same LEGO blocks, gears and axles that come together as a gravity-defying robocraft are also brilliant for prototyping and modeling.
While slick new device like the Apple Watch or PlayStation are said to have the ‘potential to change the technology landscape’ forever. There’s really nothing more transformative than a big, yellow tractor when it comes to changing the ACTUAL landscape.
Because of its alternative delivery model, cloud-based Enterprise Quality Management Software has emerged as a way for companies with fewer resources to level the playing field with larger competitors. LNS Research Market Analyst shares his thoughts.