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Frost & Sullivan | March 23, 2022
According to Frost & Sullivan's new analysis of the global portable coordinate measuring machines (CMM) market, clients' increased demand for automation across sectors is driving up demand for portable CMMs. As a result, automotive and machine shops are the two industrial verticals driving the entire portable CMMs market, which comprises articulated-arm and handheld CMM segments. In addition, portable CMMs to do inline measurements are projected to enhance the market, which is expect...
Flyability | May 23, 2022
Flyability unveils the Elios 3, the world's first collision-tolerant drone equipped with a LiDAR sensor for indoor 3D mapping. The drone is powered by a new SLAM engine called FlyAware™ that lets it create 3D models as it flies and accompanied by a new version of Flyability's software for inspectors, Inspector 4.0.
Flyability pioneered confined space inspection drones with its first product in 2016. With the launch of the Elios 3, it continues its pledge to create cu...
Freedom Electronics | June 09, 2022
Freedom Electronics (“Freedom”), a portfolio company of Summit Park, is pleased to announce the acquisition of ESCO Services, Inc. (“ESCO Michigan”) and ESCO Manufacturing, LLC (“ESCO Florida”) (collectively “ESCO” or “the Company”), a provider of aftermarket refurbished electronic parts with locations in Michigan, Colorado, and Florida.
Founded in 1979, ESCO provides aftermarket refurbished electronic parts to distributo...
Ericsson | April 15, 2020
As the world continues to technologically advance in the wake of the fourth industrial revolution Industry 4.0, manufacturers are realising that connectivity is the thread holding their operations together amidst their digital transformation. Ericsson notes that connectivity has often been a second thought to manufacturers. When the network served fewer devices, manufacturers were satisfied as long as the available communications technology worked-or as long as they could work around the weaknes...
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