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When GE engineers 3D printed a backpack-size jet engine, they offered a glimpse of what the future of flight could look like.
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The future of production scheduling lies in connectivity and data. With a healthy dose of geekery.
Small sensors are bringing volcanic activity online, predicting the speed of future tsunamis and pinpointing the epicenter of earthquakes.
Smart products made in smart factories are turning the country into a manufacturing powerhouse.
Taking data to the extreme is keeping devices in harsh and remote areas stay connected to the source, in real time.