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EUAudio provides automation professionals with a seamless way to listen in on the biggest manufacturing trends, anytime, anywhere. Covering the industry’s most relevant topics from environmental issues to predictive maintenance, cyber security to supply chain management, each series is carefully curated allowing listeners to develop their knowledge and skill set along the way. Your journey to becoming an automation expert starts here.
 
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Despite all the benefits they offer, many manufacturers are still reluctant to adopt smart materials. In this episode of EUAudio, we look at the reasons behind their cautious implementation, what engineers must consider when choosing a smart material and how industry can learn to embrace them.EU Automation
 
Innovations in fibre technology are creating opportunities for the use of smart materials in industrial applications. In this episode of EUAudio, we look at the make-up of bicomponent fibres and the various ways they are being utilised across a range of sectors and industries.EU Automation
 
According to the UN, every year around 50 million tonnes of electronic waste is generated globally. Do smart materials offer industry a solution to this spiralling concern? This episode of EUAudio looks closely at shape shifting materials and the range of benefits they create for manufacturers looking to combat the world’s mounting e-waste crisis.…
 
Peter reviews Night Teeth, the new vampire movie directed by Adam Randall (40:00). In the news we discuss the controversy and protests over Dave Chappelle's comedy special The Closer (03:27), before we get stuck into the top ten, featuring our thoughts on season three of You, Squid Game, My Name and Spider-Man 3 (12:14). In What We've Been Watching…
 
Mike Flanagan's latest horror offering Midnight Mass is reviewed by Euan just in time for Halloween (34:37). Before that in the news we discuss Tudum, Netflix's first ever global fan event (04:32), and then run down the top ten, featuring our thoughts on Squid Game, season three of Sex Education, Man of Steel and Clickbait (12:22). In What We've Be…
 
In industrial manufacturing, reinforcement learning is used in processes where complex decision-making skills are required, especially where machines need to cope with changes in dynamic environments. This episode of EUAudio looks at how this method can be applied in order to increase productivity.EU Automation
 
Deep learning requires very high computational power, relying on fast processors, dedicated graphics cards and ample amounts of computer memory. Manufacturers who can successfully apply this method to their production lines and supply chains will reap the benefits in problem-solving and increased productivity.…
 
In a manufacturing environment, two main models of machine learning are used – supervised and unsupervised learning. Choosing the right machine learning method and perfecting the algorithms will involve a lot of trial and error and will take time and effort. This episode of EUAudio aims to help ease that process.…
 
When a warehouse isn’t well organised, errors can occur and some businesses worry that introducing automation can be an expensive process requiring them to update and upgrade all of their legacy equipment. This episode of EUAudio discusses how plant managers can increase the efficiency of their inventory management processes using affordable automa…
 
How can manufacturers improve productivity on the factory floor without spending a fortune? In this episode of EUAudio, we look at advancements that SMEs can make even if they don’t have the budget to facilitate large-scale investment.EU Automation
 
Legacy equipment wasn’t designed for the mass machine-to-machine communication necessary to create a smart factory. In this episode of EUAudio, we look at how SMEs can attain the goal of creating a smart factory without the financial burden of replacing all their machines and equipment.EU Automation
 
Euan reviews season two of Black Summer, the zombie series that we first saw back in 2019 (27:25). First up though, we discuss the news that Netflix will soon come under Ofcom regulation (03:30) and take a look at the top ten, featuring Lupin part 2 and Fatherhood (10:47). In What We've Been Watching, hear our thoughts on Oxygen, Bo Burnham: Inside…
 
Euan reviews Zack Snyder’s Las Vegas zombie blockbuster Army of the Dead (34:05). In the news we discuss Netflix’s possible venture into gaming (04:25), before the top ten, where we review The Woman in the Window, Halston and Jupiter’s Legacy (14:38). In What We’ve Been Watching, we give our verdicts on The Mitchells vs the Machines, Sky Rojo, Arri…
 
Everyone realises that training is a valuable resource, especially in an industry where human error can be expensive and dangerous for both the individual and the businesses reputation. The question is not whether or not manufacturers should upskill their workforce, but rather what training programme will add the most value to the company. So, how …
 
The idea of a skills gap initially gained traction immediately following the 2007-8 financial crisis. Around the same time, another concept started to emerge in the start-up and venture capital scene — the valley of death. Could it be that the skills gap and the valley of death influence each other? If so, what can manufacturers do to break this vi…
 
For many manufacturing businesses, legacy equipment forms the backbone of the factory. Technicians who’ve worked with specific types of equipment for decades are a great resource for manufacturers, but when they retire, they take their hard-earned expertise with them. Younger workers will be eager to embrace emerging technologies, but what about tr…
 
Peter reviews Shadow and Bone, the fantasy epic series that everyone’s talking about (32:50). In the news we discuss Play Something, a feature that could revolutionise Netflix, and the big Oscar winners (2:47). In our latest look at the top ten, we review movies Things Heard & Seen and Stowaway (14:50). In What We’ve Been Watching, we give our verd…
 
Euan reviews Love and Monsters, the new movie from the Stranger Things producers starring Dylan O'Brien (33:00). First, in the news we discuss Netflix's huge new deal with Sony (02:48), then run down the top ten, including our thoughts on Run, A Star is Born and Thunder Force (10:30). We've also been watching Last Chance U: Basketball, The Way of t…
 
Peter reviews sci-fi drama The One in our featured title this time out (30:12). First up though, we discuss Netflix's Oscar nominations (03:00), before our regular look at the top ten, including our thoughts on Into the Wild, The Lost Pirate Kingdom and Snowpiercer (11:42). Finally, in What We've Been Watching, we talk Biggie: I Got a Story to Tell…
 
We give our verdict on one of the most talked-about shows of the year so far, Behind Her Eyes (33:40). Before that we discuss the news that Netflix will be investing in lots of new Korean content (03:40), and then take our latest look at the top ten, including reviews of White House Farm, Sabotage and The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel (09:50). Last …
 
Our featured review is Malcolm & Marie, the new Netflix film starring John David Washington and Zendaya, and Peter gives his verdict on that at 26:45. First, we discuss Netflix's nominations at the Golden Globes (02:10), and then run down the top ten, giving our thoughts on I Am a Killer, The Dig, Baywatch and Mean Girls (07:35). Our last feature a…
 
Euan is very excited to be giving his verdict on the new season of Cobra Kai, the Netflix series based on the Karate Kid films (36:10). Before that we discuss the upcoming Netflix price increase (02:35), and take our usual look at the top ten, including our thoughts on Dredd, The Office, The Circle and Bridgerton (07:35). Finally, in What We've Bee…
 
It's finally time for Peter and Euan to each reveal their top three Netflix releases of 2020 (36:45)... PLUS Euan reviews Ma Rainey's Black Bottom (17:40), and we run down our final top ten of the year (05:05), including our thoughts on The Ripper and Rick and Morty.Peter Stewart and Euan Kirkpatrick
 
We review David Fincher's eagerly awaited new film Mank, which is slated for awards (23:30). First, we discuss Umbrella Academy actor Elliot Page's announcement of his transgender identity in the news (02:11), and take our usual look at the top 10 (07:30), including our thoughts on The Queen's Gambit, Alien Worlds and The Crown. Finally on What We'…
 
This episode Peter reviews WWII animated miniseries The Liberator (28:00). We also discuss David Fincher's new Netflix deal (02:35) before we take a look at the top ten (06:55), including our thoughts on The Queen's Gambit, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse and Trial 4. Finally on this episode, our reviews of What We've Been Watching (48:15) featur…
 
Euan reviews The Haunting of Bly Manor, Netflix's centrepiece of the Halloween season and Mike Flanagan's follow-up to The Haunting of Hill House. PLUS, we talk Ratched, Overlord, American Murder: The Family Next Door, Social Distance, Rocks and more. Happy Halloween!Peter Stewart and Euan Kirkpatrick
 
Peter reviews the new Antonio Campos film starring Tom Holland, Robert Pattinson, Haley Bennett and Bill Skarsgard, The Devil All the Time. Plus we discuss Away, The Social Dilemma, #Alive, Misfits, Come Dine With Me and more!Peter Stewart and Euan Kirkpatrick
 
Peter gives his verdict on the new, head-spinning film from Charlie Kaufman, I'm Thinking of Ending Things. PLUS, we talk Cobra Kai, Rising Phoenix, Venom, Love on the Spectrum, High Score, Line of Duty and more.Peter Stewart and Euan Kirkpatrick
 
We review season two of The Umbrella Academy, one of the hottest Netflix releases of the year. PLUS plenty more reviews and discussion, including Cursed, Inside The World's Toughest Prisons, BlackKklansman, Searching, The Fall and The Mask.Peter Stewart and Euan Kirkpatrick
 
Peter reviews the smash hit that is The Old Guard, plus we give our thoughts on Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga, Unsolved Mysteries, The Business of Drugs, Warrior Nun, Da 5 Bloods and much more!Peter Stewart and Euan Kirkpatrick
 
Euan gives his verdict on Space Force, which reunites Steve Carell and Greg Daniels of The Office. We also talk Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich, 13 Reasons Why, Snowpiercer, Queer Eye, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, and a whole lot more!Peter Stewart and Euan Kirkpatrick
 
2019 marked the 50th anniversary of Concorde’s first flight — it took off from Toulouse, France for its first test flight on March 2, 1969. Although no longer in operation, the development of Concorde led to the progression of pioneering technologies, which still help today’s aerospace engineers develop new high-speed aircrafts.…
 
The Condor Cluster was a supercomputer built out of 1,760 Sony PlayStation 3s running on the Linux operating system. Built to analyse high definition satellite imagery, the Condor Cluster was in operation for just a few months before Sony disabled the use of Linux on the PS3, leaving no means to procure functioning Linux replacement units.…
 
Over the last decade, manufacturers debated the pros and cons of traditional robots and cobots; often struggling to decide which to adopt in their facilities. Here we explore how the lines between the two will fade in the new decade, as each evolves and gains the benefit of the other.EU Automation
 
To most people, man and machine seamlessly working hand-in-hand is like something out of a science fiction film. However, it is steadily becoming commonplace in the modern manufacturing facility. Here we examine the rise of collaborative robots in the manufacturing industry and considerations site managers must make when adopting them into their fa…
 
History teaches that energy transitions are not easy. For decades, whale oil was considered indispensable for a variety of applications, until it was gradually replaced by the cheaper and more efficient kerosene. This transition led to the extinction of industrial whaling, one of the world’s first multinational businesses.…
 
Some manufacturers are still recovering from the repercussions of the 2008 crisis, but economists predict that another global recession could impact industry in 2020. Meanwhile, natural disasters and global warming are proving that we need to do more to preserve our resources. In times of economic instability and environmental concerns, the idea of…
 
To reduce their reliance on fossil fuels and minimise their carbon footprint, an increasing number of companies are implementing low-carbon microgrids. Just like traditional microgrids, low-carbon ones can help firms meet their energy demands without depending solely on the national grid. Unlike traditional solutions, however, these eco-friendly mi…
 
Until now, typically the worst threat that manufacturers faced from ransomware was the inconvenience of downtime and lost production while the company worked to get its systems back online using backups. Cyber attackers played a numbers game, relying on a small number of victims to pay the ransom. However, a new trend sees attackers leak the sensit…
 
According to a study by the Ponemon Institute, UK companies lose an average of nearly £3 million for every data breach they experience. While manufacturers often struggle to guard against cybersecurity threats, automation can help them protect themselves by making processes more robust.EU Automation
 
According to the 2019 Official Annual Cybercrime Report, a business falls victim to a ransomware attack every 14 seconds. As manufacturers connect more equipment to the Internet of Things, ransomware and other security breaches pose a more serious threat to productivity.EU Automation
 
Unplanned machine downtime costs the world’s manufacturers over $50 billion a year, with a major cause of this being unexpected equipment failure. How can modern sensor networks reduce unplanned machine downtime in the manufacturing industry?EU Automation
 
In the classic film series Back to the Future, the risks and rewards of acting based on the knowledge of future events are explored through the adventures of Michael J. Fox’s Marty McFly. Manufacturers can reap the rewards of predicting the future by using machine learning to implement a predictive maintenance strategy and save substantial amounts …
 
In the film Minority Report, the foreknowledge of three psychics is used to predict crimes and apprehend the future offenders, stopping the crimes before they occur. Predictive maintenance strategies are not too dissimilar to this, in that they stop problems before they arise, saving both time and money for the company.…
 
Evidence shows that components obsolescence is increasing rapidly. According to recent research by IHS Technology, in the year 2000 alone, component manufacturers issued 1,164 end-of-life (EOL) or product discontinuance notices, and the figure spiked to 5,506 by 2014. Though IHS forecasts that the number of such notices is going to decline, it’s al…
 
When an obsolete component breaks, manufacturers might struggle to find a replacement. This is especially true in highly regulated sectors like pharmaceuticals or food processing, where like-for-like replacements are not an option and the exact same part has to be sourced. Second-hand parts might seem like a great solution, but they come with a var…
 
Did you know that the term ‘computer’ originally described a job title? Before being electronic machines, computers used to be people who did mathematical calculations for companies or governmental authorities. Human computers played a vital role at institutions like NASA, but with the advent of electronic computers, their job became obsolete. The …
 
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