University of Waterloo researchers are keeping their eyes on the prize as they work to advance industrial adoption of metal 3D printing.
Magazine Issue July 2017
Helping Industry Take Flight
New AI report from Infosys shows lifelong learning, reskilling viewed as critical to successful digital transformation.
Michigan’s lake effect contributes to a thriving wine industry.
In the heart of the rapidly-growing Austin-San Antonio “Innovation Corridor,” the Greater San Marcos region is the next frontier of manufacturing.
Experts at the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology are working with industry to develop efficiency enhancing applications using data acquired by drones.
Tennessee-based Bayliner builds recreational boats for cruising, water sports and fishing that provide exceptional value and innovation at affordable entry-level price points. David Soyka reports on this global boat maker’s 60 year legacy of putting families on the water.
Far from being one of the largest chicken and turkey feeder producers in Brazil, this family-run company holds its own on an international scale. Reuben Ford finds out more about progressing from zero to global in poultry feeding technology.
When two of Brazil’s leading forage equipment machinery companies merged, they formed one of the largest agricultural equipment companies in the world. Reuben Ford discovers how, in times of times of crisis, the merger has become an essential solution for…
Asheville, North Carolina-based GE Aviation is a world-leading jet engine maker and aerospace service systems provider. David Soyka reports on how the combination of technology and smart manufacturing grow both business prospects and the state economy.
New Flyer is a leading North American manufacturer of heavy-duty transit buses, delivering life-cycle savings with greater fuel efficiencies and lower emissions. David Soyka reports on New Flyer’s efforts to create better buses that contribute to a better world.