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People, places and phenomena from the world of lifting.
In the next 5 to 10 years, 100% predictable maintenance for rotating equipment will be the new norm. Developments in sensor technologies and artificial intelligence are accelerating the pace at which it becomes possible to accurately predict when and why equipment fails.
Southeast Asia, one of the world’s fastest-growing economic regions, spans major maritime trade routes, and a pressing need for port development brings new opportunities for businesses.
Safety is always the nuclear power industry’s top priority and cranes are essential to achieving this goal. What does it take to operate in such a sensitive environment?
As the world undergoes considerable change, with resources becoming increasingly scarce and consumer expectations shifting, the stage has been set for the concept of circular economy. The question then becomes, how can companies best identify opportunities provided by this concept?
US manufacturing has seen a rise in the number of factory jobs in recent years. Is the industry finally seeing signs of an economic revival?
The concept of eco-efficiency fosters synergies between business benefits and environmental goals. But how can companies seize the opportunities of a greener economy?
Gamification – another business trend or a powerful means to enhance efficiency and quality of work? Gamification pioneer Yu-kai Chou shares his insight about this topical issue.
Noise pollution, particularly in urban environments, is an area of growing concern. Fortunately, the volume is being turned down at large industrial sites.
How much substance is there behind the industrial internet hype? Mikael Haag examines what it will take to bring these big ideas into reality.
Container terminals are closed, structured environments that provide ideal conditions for the deployment of vehicles that can navigate without human input.
The analogy between data and oil has fascinated both technology industry thinkers and marketing types.
How can companies create a solid compliance and ethics culture that protects them against unethical decision-making and corporate misconduct?