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Advertising september 21, 2016

Wilson Brothers Elevate The Factory Tour To An Immersive New Level

Shinola's new video crafts a compelling brand story told through comedy, a workplace and its people

Automotive september 16, 2016

3D-Printed Electric Motorcycle Has Industry’s Lightest Exoskeleton

The vehicle’s engineers used aircraft grade aluminum in hopes of mainstreaming lightweight additive manufacturing

Advertising september 13, 2016

Social Media Connects Fitness Brands To Athletes

Apps pushing for community-oriented training can be both inspiring for the athlete and beneficial for the manufacturer

Design september 12, 2016

Lowe’s Offers Customized 3D Printing Service

Customers will be able to print their personalized designs using over 10 available production materials

Technology august 25, 2016

Intel’s New System Will Help Technology See And Understand The World

Joule is a tiny board for developers designed to bring powerful computer vision to cheap and easy-to-make prototypes

Design august 22, 2016

Airbus Unveils Miniature 3D-Printed Aircraft

The lightweight, windowless drones takes off at Berlin's Airshow

Food august 22, 2016

Vertical Farm In Wyoming Will Offer Fresh Local Produce All Year Round

The multi-story operation will harvest a greater amount of fruits and vegetables in a controlled environment

Automotive august 15, 2016

Plug-In Hybrid Vehicle Is Partially Powered By A Solar Panel Roof

The Karma Revero harnesses the energy of the sun to power its batteries

Retail august 3, 2016

This ‘Swiss Army Knife Of Drones’ Was Invented By An 18-Year-Old

The modular device can fly at recorded speeds of 85 mph, nearly twice the speed of market leader DJI's Phantom line

Retail august 2, 2016

What 3D Printing Means For The Future Of Manufacturing

3D Hubs is creating a network of neighborhood production hubs to give consumers easy access to the creation of their own products

Food august 2, 2016

Solar-Powered Process Turns Urine Into Beer

A Team at the University of Ghent has dubbed the new lager 'From Sewer to Brewer'

Design july 29, 2016

Shirt Changes Patterns When It Detects Air Pollution

The garment is designed to undergo a color shift when it detects carbon monoxide, particle pollution or radioactivity

Work june 30, 2016

This Cloud-Enabled Robot Could Be Your Next Coworker

Tend.ai aims to innovate automation with a webcam-enabled arm that can tend to various tasks without human intervention

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[Insight] How industrial manufacturers GE and Hitachi harness IoT technology
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