What’s the future of manufacturing in Michigan? This week on Michigan Matters, host Carol Cain get the answers.
The German industrial technology giant Siemens Wednesday announced an in-kind software grant worth $55.8 million to Mott Community College.
Ford Motor Co. (NYSE: F) is piloting new software from Siemens that allows virtual navigation within its assembly plants, helping the company improve global collaboration and better share best practices.
From the East Coast to the West Coast, recycling is a big issue for local governments.
Prolim Corp., a product lifecycle management, IT and engineering products and services provider, said Monday that it will sponsor the Detroit Regional Users Group 2012 GO-BIG Event on Oct. 18 at the Troy Marriott.
The license — with a commercial value of $11,846,850 — will provide the ISE department with 30 seats of its Tecnomatix Robcad software. This workcell design and simulation tool allows users to develop, simulate, optimize, validate and offline program multi-device robotic and automated manufacturing processes.
Siemens Industry Inc. and its Industry Automation Division has partnered with the non-profit FIRST in Michigan to support its goal of creating a world where science and technology are celebrated.
Thanks to Siemens corporation sponsorship, the science fair has become a more glamorous competition.
A federal jury in Detroit has ruled that the employer of a man imprisoned in the 2005 deaths of three members of a Farmington Hills family was not to blame for the traffic accident.
A federal jury in Detroit has been seated to hear a wrongful death lawsuit filed by a Farmington Hills man who lost his wife and two children in a traffic accident.