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Six Emerging Trends Shaping Manufacturing

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Technology Changes While Good Management Doesn't

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Your Scalable Manufacturing Workforce Strategy

Recently we've seen media coverage on a variety of efforts to bring STEM (science, techonology, engineering and mathematics) back into the core curriculum of many US school systems. Providing education on these subjects at an early stage will help more of our children to be prepared for future careers in manufacturing and engineering.

Smart Sensors versus Video Cameras

A great article by Wired, posted yesterday, defines some important advantages of using smart sensors instead of or in addition to video cameras in today's smart home.

Client Profile on Gilman Hydrogen

Many thanks go out to a Madison Company client in Long Island, NY, Gilman Industries. Two weeks ago they posted on Twitter their use of Madison Co. sensors as part of their experiments with Hydrogen.

Well Deserved Recognition for Hestan Commercial

Many of our long-time clients are actively involved in the design and manufacturing of commercial kitchen appliances.

Celebrating Engineers Week

Given that so many of our customers and clients are engineers, we couldn't let this Discover Engineers Week celebration going by without at least recognizing an important story about how existing engineers can influence future engineers.

HP Inc. Promises 3D Printing Innovations for Manufacturers

While we've written about additive manufacturing, more commonly known as 3D printing, previously, today we learned that a long standing and trusted name is entering this growing marketplace.

Top 5 Anticipated Breakthroughs for Sensors 2016-2018

Dr. Peter Diamandis is an engineer, physician, entrepreneur, futurist and author responsible for some incredible must-read books that include Abundance: The Future is Better Than You Think and more recently, BOLD: How to Go Big, Create Wealth, and Impact the Word.

What Will Your Sweat Say About You?

As a manufacturer of switches and sensors for nearly sixty years, Madison Company is always watching to see where the future of sensors is going.