Etching data matrix codes on its products improve traceability and boost sustainability goals at the Sandvik company Seco.
The medical wire business within Sandvik was looking to expand operations in the US, but the pandemic hindered our search for a new site. So, they did it entirely virtual instead.
Sandvik has partnered with IBM on several digital key projects within metal cutting.
Sandvik is now reorganizing its tool business to further strengthen its position within future digital solutions, also known as Industry 4.0, says CEO of Sandvik Stefan Widing.
A training module called “Engineer 4.0” will boost the competency of techies on everything from robotics to 5G.
Sandvik and Cisco Systems' collaboration is a match made in mining heaven, delivering huge improvements to underground mines.
The coronavirus pandamic drove a Sandvik tubing site in Germany to digitalize quickly, delivering its best quarterly turnover ever.
Digital twins replicate real products in the virtual world which allows for invaluable testing, saving time and money.
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Sandvik Applied Manufacturing Technologies is using its partnership with Google Cloud to drive innovation.
AI solutions are helping redefine customer and supplier relationships.
Advanced analytical cognitive data processing offers mining customers a more complete view of their operations.
AI and big data are revolutionizing industry in more ways than you know.
The research project Swedish Metal is using big data, AI and machine learning to more efficiently and sustainably produce steel.
In a connected manufacturing world, continuous measurements cut lead times and reduce scrap. Here’s the technology behind it.
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