Tuesday, June 16, 2015
Networked production in the furniture industry and the fourth industrial revolution was increasingly setting the pace at Ligna 2015 in Hannover, Germany.
Deutsche Messe did full justice to this trend at LIGNA 2015 from 11 to 15 May 2015, and was staging two events designed to bring the visitors up-to-date on Industry 4.0 technology in general, and the networked production in furniture industry in particular.
KK-Net attended the lectures in the Robotation Academy at the Hanover Exhibition Center. The guest speakers presented various solutions and reports on their own experiences with examples of best practice.
For the first time ever, Ligna featured Guided Tours on highlights in networked production and automation technology.
Thursday, June 04, 2015
Brookhuis focuses on long-term profitable growth and the expansion of her international business. Why not get in touch with this company and discuss their needs for digital distribution of information? We know the mechanical wood working industry and the company has specialized products with a global potential.
BROOKHUIS APPLIED TECHNOLOGIES is manufacturer of professional measurement instruments and systems fort he wood and construction industry. Handheld and in-line moisture meters, machine strength grading systems, dry kiln wood measurement systems.
- FMI: contact free wood moisture measurement longitudinal and transversal sorting and production lines for wood sorting or selection, with easy calibration
- MTG: machine wood strength grading
- Handheld and in-line wood moisture measurement: according to EN14081, EN14080, EN15497, DIN 4074, DIN 1052 (MPA approval)
- Approval handheld and in-line strength grading systems up to 180 boards / minute in EU (EN14081 – CE marking), USA (ALSC) and Canada (CLSAB)
- Integration: wood moisture measurement, dimensions and weight measurement for industrial strength grading systems.
- Low-budget wood moisture measurement: for semi-automated lines (manual feed machines).
Tuesday, May 26, 2015
Saturday, March 21, 2015
The Digitalization of Forestry Operations has been taking long steps from conceptual design to real-time value chain management from the stub to pulp, paper, and sawn goods mill. The picture (Irja Kallio) is from Ferdinand-Braun, Alsace, France. UPM was the owner of the biggest sawmill in France at that time (1997).
Tuesday, September 16, 2014
Wednesday, September 10, 2014
Hollywood Has Realized That Movies Starring Women Can Make Money
Tuesday, August 26, 2014
A Letter from the CEO – August 25, 2014
Aug 25 2014 · 118 comments · News, Press
It’s almost unbelievable that slightly more than 3 years ago, Twitch didn’t exist. The moment we launched, we knew we had stumbled across something special.
But what followed surprised us as much as anyone else, and the impact it’s had on both the community and us has been truly profound.
Thursday, August 07, 2014
Sunday, August 03, 2014
With jungles, mountains, beaches, reefs and caves to explore – and museums, cafés, bars and markets to visit – any time spent in Mexico will never be long enough.
Thursday, May 08, 2014
Monday, April 21, 2014
Wednesday, March 19, 2014
The Los Angeles Times was the first newspaper to publish a story about an earthquake on Monday - thanks to a robot writer.
that automatically generates a short article when an earthquake occurs.
"Robo-journalism" is increasingly being used in newsrooms worldwide.
The LA Times is a pioneer in the technology which draws on
trusted sources - such as the US Geological Survey - and places data
into a pre-written template.
Monday, March 10, 2014
If you’re an average reader, I’ve got your attention for 15 seconds, so
here goes: We are getting a lot wrong about the web these days.
We confuse what people have clicked on for what they’ve read. We mistake
sharing for reading.
We race towards new trends like native advertising without fixing what was wrong with the old ones and make the same mistakes all over again.
Tuesday, February 18, 2014
Friday, January 03, 2014
Lord Norman Foster, renowned architect and founder of Foster + Partners, has proposed a massive network of elevated pathways for cyclists in London. Dubbed 'SkyCycle,' the cycling routes would follow London's vast suburban rail network for over 220 kilometers (136 miles), allowing cyclists to traverse the UK's capital without encountering cars or pedestrians.
SkyCycle would consist of a number of routes, most of which would connect with other lines at points. Each route would be able to accommodate 12,000 cyclists per hour.
The network as a whole would serve almost six million people, half of whom live and work within 10 minutes of one of its 200 entrances. As the majority of London's rail network was created in the steam era, the tracks follow the path of least resistance, avoiding steep gradients and making them ideal routes for cycling
Sunday, November 17, 2013
The NSA has asked Linus Torvalds to inject covert backdoors into the free and open operating system GNU/Linux.
This was revealed in this week’s hearing on mass surveillance in the European Parliament.
Chalk another one up of the United States NSA trying to make information technology less secure for everyone.
Monday, October 28, 2013
It’s been nearly half a century since Philip Kotler first published his Principles of Marketing, which has defined the practice of millions of professionals worldwide ever since. It’s no stretch to say that before Kotler, there was no true marketing profession.
What made Kotler different than what came before is that he took insights from other fields, such as economics, social science and analytics and applied them to the marketing arena. Although that may seem basic now, it was groundbreaking then.
Today technology is transforming marketing once again. Although up to this point, most of the impact has been tactical, over the next decade or so there will be a major strategic transformation. This, of course, will be a much harder task because we will not only have to change what we do, but how we think.