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Medical Technology & Healthcare

Are you prepared for the challenges faced during IVDR transition?

The new in vitro diagnostic regulations (IVDR) that have been published in the official journal of the European community (OJEC) on 5th May 2017 will replace the existing in-vitro diagnostic medical device directive (IVDD) and would be enforced from 26th May 2022. IVDR brings in substantial changes in place of directives that had directed the landscape earlier. Whilst the existing regulatory approach remains the same with respect to supervision of notified bodies, conformity assessment procedure, performance evaluation, performance studies, vigilance and market surveillance. These are significantly reinforced in the present regulation. Though the transition period is five years, medical device…

By Mohammed Adil | September 10th, 2019

Communications

Australian Smart Cities: The New Future and Reality

The number of connected devices in the Internet of Things (IoT) is expected to double by 2020, and smart cities are already being built around the world. But Australia is still in the early stages of infrastructure planning and developing its first smart cities, boosted by its government's $50 million investment in the Smart Cities and Suburbs Program. Where Are the World's Smart City Hotspots? Smart cities use various information and communication technologies (ICT) to deliver intelligent, personalized services to residents. Whether it's air-quality sensors that send pollution alerts to your mobile phone, or smart roads designed to maximize traffic…

By Kiran Solipuram | August 23rd, 2019

Communications

Are You Taking the Right Approach to Your SD-WAN Transition?

Consider this scenario: you are a new-age Communications Service Provider (CSP) trying to stay relevant in today’s fast-paced market. You recognize that to deliver innovative digital services to new-age subscribers, who are used to instant gratification, you will need to ensure that your IT team is agile and responsive to evolving demands. You also realize that a legacy approach to networking is not designed to meet the insatiable demand for bandwidth-intensive applications, and support high-demand cloud-based application and services. So you plan to transition from wide area network (WAN) to software-defined wide area network (SD-WAN) to manage and orchestrate network…

By Rohit Kumar | August 16th, 2019

Off Highway & Industrial

How Predictive Maintenance Solutions are Boosting Productivity

Equipment manufacturers commonly face the challenge of keeping machinery, and other assets in effective working condition while also reducing the costs of maintenance and time-based repairs. Considering the aggressive time-to-market for products and services, it’s becoming increasingly important to identify the cause of their possible faults or failures before they occur. Emerging technologies like the Internet of Things, big data analytics, and cloud are enabling industrial equipment, and assembly robots to convey their current status to a centralized server making detection of faults easier, more practical, and more direct. By proactively identifying potential issues, companies can deploy their maintenance services…

By Bhoopathi Rapolu | June 17th, 2019

Aerospace

Digital Technologies to Rejig the Commercial Aerospace Industry—and How!

Airlines today are considered safer, more efficient, and with a highly skilled management team at the helm. Over the past few years, led by a significant rise in the number of people using air transport as their preferred mode of travel, the commercial aerospace industry has raked in record profits. Boeing’s market outlook has analyzed that these growth trends would continue for at least the next two decades predicts the need for 41,000 new aircraft valued at over $6 trillion. Although the current boom in the aerospace industry augurs high revenue opportunities for OEMs, their suppliers, MROs, and their partners,…

By Gururaja Vittal | May 20th, 2019

Medical Technology & Healthcare

IVDR Corrigendum – Changes & Impact

On March 13, 2019, the Council of the European Union published two draft corrigenda to fix the errors, inconsistencies, and rectify grammatical errors in EU's Medical Device Regulation (MDR) and In Vitro Diagnostic Regulation (IVDR). The regulations were effective from May 2017. The IVDR corrigendum lists 17 corrections that will have some impact on the way Class B devices are assessed and also suggests minor changes which are analyzed in detail below. Check the analysis to see if the changes have an impact on your device(s): EU Publishes First Corrigenda for IVDR - Changes and Impact S.No Section Original IVDR…

By Mohammed Adil | May 20th, 2019

Off Highway & Industrial

Connected Equipment: What You Need To Know

Equipment connectivity is key for any organization looking for actionable intelligence and greater overall efficiency. A connected equipment strategy doesn’t just add business and operational value, but it also provides the competitive advantage that industrial original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), and equipment owners and operators need in today’s fast-paced marketplace. If you’re considering implementing equipment connectivity in your organization, there are a variety of questions you may have—from how to overcome the challenges of introducing connectivity into a traditional or established operational process to the immediate and long-term benefits connecting your equipment may bring. Cyient’s resident IoT and analytics expert, Matt…

By Matt Winkler | May 19th, 2019

Off Highway & Industrial

Top 3 Technology Trends for the Industrial Equipment and Energy & Natural Resources Industries

Continuous improvement is vital within the heavy & industrial equipment and energy & natural resources industries. To maintain their competitive advantage, original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), equipment owners and operators are always looking for ways to optimize production, reduce costs, increase efficiency, and improve safety. For the past two years, and as a major driver through 2019, leading research company Gartner has described the “Intelligent Digital Mesh” as a consistent industry theme. “Intelligent” refers to how artificial intelligence (AI) has made its way into virtually every technology; “digital” blends the virtual and real worlds to create a digitally enhanced and connected…

By Katie Cook | May 15th, 2019

Communications

Driving Better Field Survey Outcomes for Openreach

Since 2017 Cyient has been delivering survey services to Openreach. As our reputation for top quality FTTP surveys, delivering the most efficient engineering solutions has grown, so has our partnership. This has helped Openreach deliver more cost-effective solutions, to shorter timescales, to more customers. Last month Cyient added an additional 30 new vans to our fleet, as we continue to cement our standing as the leader in FTTP field survey. The vans will help to ensure that our field force continues to meet Openreach’s needs wherever they may be across the UK. As a market leader in enhanced field survey,…

By Scott Pattenden | April 30th, 2019

Rail Transportation

Reality Technologies in Rail: An Observer’s Account

Augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR), often referred to as reality technologies or XR, have been around for a while. However, over the last few years, the focus on research, development, and the expansion of their applications, especially in the industrial space, has sharpened. While XR is creating a buzz in the rail industry, and several other sectors too are experimenting extensively with its applications, it is fair to say that widespread implementation and adoption is a long way off. As a point of initiation and large-scale acceptance of XR technologies, it has now become increasingly common to associate…

By Abhinaba Chatterjee | March 29th, 2019

Off Highway & Industrial

Executing a Connected Equipment Strategy

A recent Forrester report, Internet-of-Things Heat Map 2018[1], noted that industrial products lead all industries in IoT adoption at 45%, with an additional 22% planning to adopt IoT in the next 12 months. However, even as organizations continue to realize the upside of connected devices, many are learning that attempting to transform a business with IoT connectivity can be a huge—and quite challenging—undertaking. That’s because, unlike software initiatives, which are often owned and controlled by IT, connected equipment deployments span multiple business and operational teams. The Best Path Forward: A Sound and Inclusive Approach First and foremost, without a solid…

By Matt Winkler | March 13th, 2019

Off Highway & Industrial

5 Ways Equipment Connectivity is Transforming Business Operations

Due to ever-emerging IoT trends and technologies, Gartner Research predicted that 14.2 billion connected things would be in use in 2019 and would reach 25 billion by 2021.[ 1] To keep up with these changes, original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), equipment owners, and operators are harnessing the power of the Internet of Things (IoT) and advanced data analytics to transform their business operations. Here are five ways connected equipment is changing how businesses work: Optimized operations. Connected equipment is simply more efficient and productive than its unconnected siblings. With accessible equipment data, real-time asset health monitoring, value-added analytics, and predictive action…

By Matt Winkler | March 13th, 2019

Off Highway & Industrial

Defining a Connected Equipment Strategy

In this revolutionary Industry 4.0 era, business leaders in the industrial, heavy equipment, mining, and oil & gas industries understand that creating and incorporating a strategy for equipment connectivity that addresses issues within individual machines and the broader operating environment is a crucial part of staying relevant in their marketplaces.   A connected equipment strategy that includes advanced analytics to deliver actionable insights can greatly increase operational productivity, safety and reliability while enhancing customer experiences. What Drives the Need for Connected Equipment? For OEMs, and equipment owners and operators, key areas of concern often include unplanned downtime, operational and safety risks,…

By Matt Winkler | February 16th, 2019

Aerospace

Gearing Up to Address the Aftermarket of Tomorrow

– Pierre Carpentier Aviation trade shows and expos have always been a melting pot to discuss cutting-edge capabilities, trends, and emerging technologies in the industry. At the 2018 Aviation Forum in November, representatives from large OEMs, Tier 1 companies, and consulting firms congregated in Hamburg for two days of discussion and debate on the future of the industry. Several key themes emerged, such as the effect of globalization and its impact on the supply chain, consolidation in the industry due to the commoditization of services, and the future outlook of how digital technologies can be adopted in the industry. Cyient…

By Pierre Carpentier | January 28th, 2019

Aerospace

Five Trends that will Shape the Aerospace and Defense Industry in 2019

The global aerospace and defense (A&D) business landscape is undergoing significant disruption driven by a keen focus on innovation and digital transformation, and geopolitical situations such as the unknown implications of Brexit. Despite some future uncertainty, demand for commercial aerospace and defense in 2018 finished with a continued, upbeat industry outlook. Both the commercial and defense sectors witnessed robust growth-a rare market situation as these markets have historically and empirically known to be counter-cyclical. The growth of commercial aerospace is primarily being driven by the increasing number of passengers, which in turn is leading to expansion initiatives. A Deloitte research…

By John Kenkel | January 17th, 2019

Communications

The rise of next-gen communications in rail networks

Digital transformation is upending rail communications. Here’s how providers can meet the challenges of migrating to integrate all IP based networks. Global passenger rail is expected to grow around 3.3% per annum up to 2025, with emerging economies adding up to 50% over the same period. As the world adapts to widespread digital transformation, rail providers will be no exception. Effective seamless communications is the mainstream of railways, and most rail operators still rely on single-purpose legacy networks to support specific applications. Moreover, these networks weren’t designed for high data traffic. They also lack flexibility around the introduction of new…

By Kiran Solipuram | January 3rd, 2019

Utilities

Transform Road Maintenance and Repair with Predictive Analytics

Whether using cars or public transport, people routinely complain of deteriorating road conditions and chaotic traffic. In particular, potholes, ruts, and poorly planned speed breakers are pet peeves. For years, the road transportation industry has been plagued by high upkeep costs, stressful traffic conditions, and frequent accidents. The National Safety Council reported 38,300 deaths and 4.4 million injured on US roads alone in 20151. More recently, in 2017, India saw 3,597 deaths caused by bad roads as opposed to 803 deaths because of terror-related incidents.2 Poor road surface conditions typically lead to more wear and tear and breakdown of vehicles.…

October 12th, 2018

Utilities

Data Produced by Power Distribution Networks is Critical, but so is Perfecting Data Quality and Governance – Part 2

Missed Part 1 of this blog? Read it here. Geospatial information systems (GIS) have made it critical to use data for networks. And these are not just digitalized maps that can offer information to third parties. GIS has today transformed into data centers that can be customized in several ways based on the purpose for which they are needed. They can also be used to prioritize power projects and bundle different projects together for more cost-effective work. Furthermore, the outlook of network operators to data sharing must shift from “need to know” basis to a presumption of disclosure. In particular,…

By Sunil Kotagiri | September 17th, 2018

Utilities

Data Produced by Power Distribution Networks is Critical, but so is Perfecting Data Quality - Part 1

The electric utility industry is undergoing a major transformation driven by new sources of energy generation (solar and wind power), consumer demand for faster and more affordable services, cybersecurity, and big data. Gathering data to harvest insights and forecast more accurately offers a significant potential to optimize the way utilities operate. Emerging modern grids demand accurate data and as-operated network information to function optimally. Given these business imperatives, utilities must overcome current constraints and limitations to enable essential operations data quality. Good quality data enables the utility to understand network and asset behaviour, operating conditions, and their impact on customer…

By Sunil Kotagiri | September 17th, 2018

Aerospace

[Part 2]-Four Takeaways from Farnborough International Airshow 2018: The Future is Coming... Just Slower than Promised

In part one of this blog series, we discussed the key trends that stood out at the Farnborough International Airshow this year-from the focus on digital to the reemergence of supersonic and the Brexit debate. Part two highlights the Cyient impact and our capabilities and solutions that were on display at FIA 2018. Our presence at FIA this year was marked by the showcase of our avionics strength, our aftermarket support, digital technologies, and design-led manufacturing capabilities. However, what stood out included: The Transmit and Receive Module Product Launch: We successfully launched our X-Band TRM product, which provides an important…

By John Kenkel | August 28th, 2018

Rail Transportation

Delivering Real, Tangible Value to Bombardier Transportation

In 2003, when Cyient started its engagement with Bombardier Transportation, little did I know that 15 years later I would still be deeply involved with the Bombardier Transportation center of excellence at Cyient, working closely with one of the world’s leading rail company. It has been an incredible journey—what started out as a six-member team, today, constitutes a 1,200-person strong center of excellence at Hyderabad delivering innovative, customer-centric solutions to Bombardier. When I think back on all the work we have delivered over the years, some key projects stand out—for their complexity, the challenge they posed, and the value they…

By Seshadri Srinivasan | August 16th, 2018

Communications

Gearing Up for the Challenge: Deploying Superior and Cost-Effective Technology for Faster Broadband Service across EU

Telecom service providers in Europe are under increasing pressure from regulatory bodies to employ advanced technologies for providing ultrafast Internet speed to their customers. Full-fiber broadband is considered to be a much faster and approximately five times more reliable alternative to the currently used wired broadband solutions. Records, however, show that in the UK, only 3% of homes and offices use fiber-based broadband networks as against 97% in Japan¹. The challenge of slow networks is more acute in rural and underdeveloped areas. Despite paying the same tariffs as their urban counterparts, customers in these regions do not necessarily enjoy broadband…

By Roger Simpson | May 31st, 2018

Navigation

Enabling Smart Parking for Improved User Experience

Given the increasing shortage of parking spaces in urban areas, many of us often end up driving around looking for safe parking spots on more than one occasion. Over the past two decades, while cars have been getting technically rich with infotainment systems, sensors, and park-assist features, parking lots have largely lagged behind in terms of innovation and technological updates. However, things are set to change now. A report by Frost and Sullivan suggests that an investment of approximately $200 to $250 million is expected in this industry through 2019 and by 2020 there will be a million smart parking…

By Rovin Sharma | May 15th, 2018

Rail Transportation

Why Technical Documentation is Critical to All the Stakeholders in Rail Projects

In rolling stock projects, often there is a lack of consensus among major stakeholders about the structure, format, and content of technical documents related to train operations, maintenance, spare parts and training manuals. Even in quintessential metro or high-speed rail projects from the best-in-class railways and transport agencies, lack of clarity in requirements for technical documents is commonly seen, despite its vital importance. In some cases, requirements are specified but are vague and open to interpretation for people involved in the value chain, namely train builder, subsystem suppliers, and ultimately the technical authors and illustrators responsible for the creation of…

By Ravi Murty | May 4th, 2018

Off Highway & Industrial

Achieving Cost Optimization with Multidisciplinary Engineering Collaboration

In business, cost structures require constant attention. Even companies with a good history of profit margins continually target areas where they can further streamline costs. The increasingly competitive marketplace, shrinking product development cycles, ongoing leaps in technology, changing taxation policies, and environmental sensitivities compel organizations to continually drive down their internal costs. However, the sheer scale and complexity of their industrial processes make cost reduction with quality retention difficult to attain. Most companies introduce cost-savings plans in the early stages of their product development cycle but implementing cost-saving measures to achieve financial targets along the way can be a struggle.…

By Bhaskar Ramakrishnan | February 6th, 2018

Innovation

Let Ideas Take Flight. Be A Part of Hackadrone 2018-India’s First Hackathon for Drones

It's not every day that you get an opportunity to do something that can potentially disrupt and redefine the industry. Working with drones offers one such possibility. The world over, regulators are addressing questions and issues around the use of drones in business and industry. With significant growth in the use of drones across India, the country is following suit. In a significant step, the Indian Government on November 2, 2017, released draft guidelines that outline the first legal framework for the usage of drones and UAVs in the country. These guidelines are likely to provide a huge fillip to…

By Dinakar Devireddy | December 19th, 2017

Corporate

The Year That Was: Enabling Success and Innovation

It’s with great pride that we present our 26th annual report, which showcases the execution of our strategy in being a Design, Build, Operate and Maintain partner to clients across the globe. Armed with this strategy, we have helped clients succeed across their value chain in a complex, digital, and disruptive world. FY2017 was an exceptional year for Cyient. We saw a double-digit growth in our top and bottom lines. Our revenue grew by 16.3% YoY, and the operating profit and the net profit grew by 15.7% and 10.7%, respectively. We have been surpassing the industry average for several years.…

By Meghna Lal | August 15th, 2017

Off Highway & Industrial

“Time to Change” – How Digitalization is Changing Your Sector

The 2017 Engineering Summit brought together over 300 senior participants from the European plant-engineering sector, under the theme, “Time to Change”. CXOs from market leaders Bilfinger, Linde, ThyssenKrupp, M+W Group, SMS Group, Primetals, and others have set the bar high for the sector and demonstrated the importance of utilizing efficient processes and new technology to master challenges arising from market changes, digitalization, and cost. Key lessons learned from the event are below: New business models are necessary Tom Blades, CEO of Bilfinger, showed that the continuous technological innovation pushes the potential of IoT for EPCs. IHS forecasts are in favor…

By Mihail Ivanov | July 27th, 2017

Communications

Creating synergy between industries and universities

For most university graduates there is one thing on their mind, and that is how and where they can get their first chance of real world work experience in the field of their recently attained expertise. A corresponding challenge for numerous industries and organisations in Australia is obtaining the best and most recent skilled graduates to work for their organisations. This challenge and opportunity provided an opportunity and synergy between Cyient Australia and Western Sydney University. Cyient is a global company and an acknowledged leader of engineering, manufacturing, data analytics, networks and operations solutions, whose New South Wales office is…

By Anthony Laria | March 31st, 2017

Communications

Bluetooth -A Smart Communication Protocol for the Internet of Things

Picture this. You are sitting in your garden, but you are able to draw out the blinds in your house or open the door for a visitor with the help of your smartphone. Or in an industrial scenario, you are able to connect thousands of IoT devices without large deployment hubs. These are just some examples of what IoT can do for individuals and businesses. However, to realize IoT’s potential, standardized communication protocols are needed. Recent developments in Bluetooth are set to position the technology as ‘the communication protocol of choice’ for IoT. According to Bluetooth Specialist Interest Group, by…

By Narendra Sivalenka | March 24th, 2017

Communications

Three steps for preparing a successful IoT strategy

Behind all the buzzwords and wearables, many people fail to realize that it's not the devices that will control the future of IoT, but the users. The Internet of Things (IoT) is undeniably one of the hottest areas in the technology space. The technology, which promises a world of toothbrushes and garage doors being controlled by the internet, is close to reaching peak hype according to technology research firm, Gartner. There's a lot of speculation around the connectable devices that will flood the market during the next few years. However, one undeniable fact is that there will be a huge…

By Piyush Tandon | November 30th, 2016

Medical Technology & Healthcare

Designing Medical Devices for Emerging Markets

According to the International Monetary Fund, emerging and developing economies like Brazil, Russia, India, China, Mexico, and Saudi Arabia contributed 70% of the global economic growth in 2015. Collectively, these countries also account for the largest population (4.37 billion) in the world, representing a significantly underserved market. A closer look at the markets in these countries show us that they have a primarily upwardly-mobile middle-tier population that demands cost-effective services and products. Demands for better and price-sensitive healthcare in these countries is on the rise. Fueled by the three main problems of an aging population, cost-effective healthcare, and high patient…

By Brian Wyatt | October 3rd, 2016

Medical Technology & Healthcare

Finding New Product Value in Medical Devices Through Functional Analysis

Medical technology products frequently face pressures of changing economies, intense competition, and evolving healthcare systems and procedures that affect their value. Considering this, assessing their value for the marketplace is significant and unique in comparison to any other industry. This is because the medical industry and the players operate in two different markets. In the established markets, macro factors mentioned above are compelling the medical OEMs to improve efficiency and optimize cost. In developing markets, not only the demand for new methods of treatment is high, but they are also very price-sensitive.  Companies recognizing these factors are examining the product…

By Kuldeep Tyagi | August 24th, 2016

Aerospace

[Part 1]-Four Takeaways from Farnborough International Airshow 2018

By John Kenkel | August 24th, 2018

Corporate

Nothing Is Impossible When You Are Designing Tomorrow Together

By Kshitij Sharma | August 16th, 2018

Off Highway & Industrial

Deploying Flexible Operations in Changing Industrial Environments

By Bhaskar Ramakrishnan | June 28th, 2018

Navigation

AI and Machine Learning Will Pave the Way for Building Maps for Driverless Cars

By Rovin Sharma | May 15th, 2018

Rail Transportation

Eight Reasons Why Standardization of Technical Documents in Railways is a Must

By Chinmay Das | May 4th, 2018

Rail Transportation

An Approach to Standardizing Technical Documents in Railways

By Chinmay Das | May 4th, 2018

Rail Transportation

How is IoT Redefining Safety in the Rail Industry?

By Murali Ayyagari | March 8th, 2018

Rail Transportation

Five Smart Ways How IoT is Transforming the Railways

By Murali Ayyagari | February 9th, 2018

Medical Technology & Healthcare

Influence of Personal Health on Medical Device Manufacturing and Engineering Solutions

By Brian Wyatt | January 5th, 2018

Communications

Smart Cities Are Here! Where Are the Networks?

By Yusuf Bhanpurawala | December 1st, 2017

Innovation

Becoming Better by Design: Building an Ecosystem for Innovation

By Konark Bhasin | November 18th, 2017

Utilities

Avoiding Disaster: The Need for an Integrated DOME Model

By Tarun Bhandari | October 27th, 2017

Community

Racing Towards Higher Goals!

By Brian Wyatt | September 7th, 2017

Medical Technology & Healthcare

Using Mixed Reality to Create a Metamorphic Effect on Learning and More

By Dinakar Devireddy | July 28th, 2017

Communications

Unlock the Real Value of Data to Generate Actionable Insights

By Amitabh Sharma | July 19th, 2017

Utilities

When ‘Frenemies’ Turn Associates

By Bhanu Rekha | April 27th, 2017

Communications

Adopt a Unified Approach to Enhance Your Cable Network Performance- Optimize Network Infrastructure and Reduce Costs

By Kiran Solipuram | February 23rd, 2017

Communications

The State of the American Communications Industry

By Chuck Roming | February 17th, 2017

Communications

Why a Plan-Build-Operate Model Is Crucial to Reaching Your Infrastructure Goals

By Piyush Tandon | February 16th, 2017

Communications

Swisscom: Preparing for the New Europe

By Nathan Sawicki | February 16th, 2017

Utilities

GIS Technology, EPC (Engineering, Procurement, and Construction) Contractors and Operational Efficiency

By Sai Boppudi | February 6th, 2017

Communications

Supporting the next generation seeking an ‘energy breakthrough’

By Nathan Sawicki | December 21st, 2016

Communications

Smart cities can help enhance lifestyles; but are we ready with the infrastructure?

By Ramakanth Gangisetti | December 7th, 2016

Communications

How can CSPs transform the Mobile Backhaul Networks to include business efficiency?

By Faisal Usmani | December 5th, 2016

Communications

The young and interconnected market of Africa: Challenges, threats, and opportunities

By Nathan Sawicki | November 30th, 2016

Communications

Transformers: How telecoms are moving into service assurance

By Mitch Miller | November 30th, 2016

Communications

When everything is media: The mega-revenue drivers for telecom companies in the smart era

By Piyush Tandon | November 30th, 2016

Aerospace

Designing and Developing UAV applications

By Dinakar Devireddy | November 2nd, 2016

Aerospace

The Changing Face of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles

By Dinakar Devireddy | October 18th, 2016

Community

Functional Coaches– a Leaf from Indian Cricket (Part 2)

By Anand Parameswaran | September 19th, 2016

Community

Functional Coaches - a Leaf from Indian Cricket (Part 1)

By Anand Parameswaran | September 1st, 2016

Community

Climate Change - What the Engineering Community Can Do

By Rajendra Velagapudi | May 28th, 2016

Medical Technology & Healthcare

How Frugal Innovation is Revolutionizing Medical Technology

By Rajendra Velagapudi | April 24th, 2016

Utilities

New opportunities driven by the move from ‘Gold Plated’ to ‘Make Do with Less’

By Steven T Fisher | April 14th, 2016

Communications

Net-Neutrality: Can we find a Balance to save it?

By Amitabh Sharma | April 13th, 2016

Communications

“Smart Cities” - Noise or Reality?

By Piyush Tandon | April 9th, 2016

Aerospace

Man, Machine, Nature or Aliens? A Closer Look into Flight Disasters

By Rajendra Velagapudi | March 25th, 2016

Medical Technology & Healthcare

A Beautiful Life: How 3D Printing Got More than a Dog Running

By Kuldeep Tyagi | March 12th, 2016

Medical Technology & Healthcare

4 Reasons Why 3D Printing is the Future in HealthCare Systems

By Ankur Agarwal | February 18th, 2016

Medical Technology & Healthcare

3D Printing a New Knee. Now possible!

By Kuldeep Tyagi | January 11th, 2016