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Technology trends for 2019
Henry Ford once said, “when everything seems to be going against you, remember that the aeroplane takes off against the wind, not with it”. 2019 will undoubtedly see businesses continue to battle the effects of Brexit, with no clear understanding of its impact for the long-term future. Here, Sean Robinson, service leader at industrial control and automation provider Novotek UK and Ireland, explains some of the top trends expected to dominate the manufacturing industry.
How edge computing is becoming central to a new efficiency revolution
In the age of the industrial internet of things (IIoT), the speed of data analysis is key to effective operation. Edge computing accelerates this process, allowing for industrial data analysis to be performed at the point of collection. Here, George Walker, managing director of industrial control and automation provider Novotek UK and Ireland, explains the core benefits of edge computing.
How pharmaceuticals can get the most out of and reduce downtime
The age of the blockbuster drug is over. The last remnants of this golden age of pharmaceuticals are slowly coming out of IP protection and being mass produced by a large range of companies. As a new day dawns on the pharmaceutical industry, Gayle Walker, operations manager at Novotek UK & Ireland, explains what pharmaceutical companies can do to prevent unnecessary downtime in production and raise production efficiency.
Plans to integrate digitalisation across the globe have led many governments to set-out initiatives to accelerate the rate of adoption over the next 10 to 20 years. Here, George Walker, managing director of industrial IT and automation provider Novotek explains why businesses should be looking to digitalise their systems sooner rather than later.