The technological trends of 2021 that the industrial sector should keep an eye on

The pandemic has empowered people even more, humanizing companies in terms of their relationship with their stakeholders. Clients, suppliers, employees, partners... Now more than ever, it’s obvious that the biggest asset of any organization is its people, how they feel, how they act, how they relate, how they think. This is what we call the Internet of Behavior (IoB).

How machine learning will revolutionize manufacturing

Let’s think for a moment about the high volume of data generated by companies. Data about customers, suppliers, productivity, human resources... Information that, in many cases, is not integrated into all business departments so there is no overall vision or, what is worse, it is not even digitized. Both weaknesses stall decision making and/or can lead to wrong decisions. And in this new digital ecosystem, data is the raw material of Industry 4.0.

Waterjet, oxycut, plasma or laser, which cutting technology should I use?

There is significant competition in the market between different cutting technologies, whether they are intended for sheet metal, tubes or profiles. There are those that use methods of mechanical cutting by abrasion, such as waterjet and punch machines, and others that prefer thermal methods, such as oxycut, plasma or laser.