Varun Beverages uses RFID solution to send right consignment to distributors.
Mahindra Group has launched an all-purpose mobile app, a company-wide initiative, to improve mobility adoption by its employees.
Micro Inks was growing at a rapid pace and it needed an infrastructure that could not only handle the load but also ensure zero downtime and uninterrupted business continuity. That's when Head-IT Mayank Desai decided to revamp the company's entire IT infrastructure and move all its core apps to a virtualized environment.
Entrib Technologies provides specialized sensors, real-time data communication with remote systems and intelligent software applications for addressing digital manufacturing needs.
With 100 per cent Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) allowed through the automatic route, and initiatives like ‘Make in India’, major international players have entered the Indian engineering sector due to significant growth opportunities available.
Here’s something to be proud of: Under the Global Innovation Index, India ranks number 1 in the Central and Southern Asia region. Now, that’s encouraging. What’s not is that we rank number 81 globally.
Lean methodology espouses continuous improvement of all processes by eliminating waste in everything the company does. Here's how to go about implementing it.
Mahindra Aerospace is the first private company to manufacture aircrafts in India. The man at the helm, Arvind Mehra shares the company’s vision and its roadmap for the ‘Make in India’ initiative, and how it gives wings to Indian manufacturing.
Inside the Stanford campus—deep in the basement—physicists are working on a project that is proving theories about the ways in which electrons act.
As part of its plan to set up to 12 manufacturing facilities in India by 2020, contract manufacturer Foxconn Technology Group is investing US$5 billion in a factory and other facilities in the western Indian state of Maharashtra.
International Data Corporation (IDC), India released a report that states various use cases of IoT as a tool for innovation in the manufacturing sector.
They came, they saw, and they walked away. That seems to be the story of Nokia’s unsuccessful attempt to sell its Chennai mobile manufacturing plant, which has been frozen over the Rs 21,000 crore tax dispute.
At a time when even established smartphone players are struggling, HP and Lenovo announce their entry into the market. But right now, it seems like a dumb strategy.
Gartner claims that global PC shipments are down by 7.7 percent in the third quarter of 2015.