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Posted on July 28, 2017

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The global growth curve for Industrial IoT predicts 100 billion connected devices as the technology pervades the industrial sector. The reality is that the majority of factories are now connected through the IoT in one way or another. This includes sensors to implement predictive maintenance techniques that keep machines running, or smart wearables for human…

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Posted on April 28, 2017

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We are honored to acknowledge a Sterling Engineering Employee, Master Sargent Lawrence W. Cichelli, on his retirement from a 38-year U.S.military career. At his retirement ceremony Larry was awarded The Meritorious Service Medal for his unwavering commitment and dedication to mission success and for his unparalleled knowledge and experience in staff operations and management. MSG…

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Posted on April 19, 2017

  by Alex Kern

Manufacturing has joined the list of most frequently hacked industries and companies large and small face a rising risk of cyber attacks. Antonio Robinson, an accomplished and certified Technology and Cyber Security Executive will represent Sterling as a featured presenter at the upcoming Engineering 3D Technology & Training Seminar on April 25th in Milwaukee WI.  Tony’s…

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Posted on April 14, 2017

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We wrapped up a great event yesterday at our Monthly Technology in Manufacturing Meetup at our office in Westchester, IL. This month’s topic was “The Future of Drones & Robots in Manufacturing.” We discussed some of the recent trends, and where we think this technology may lead us.   Stop by and subscribe on our…

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Posted on March 6, 2017

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Sterling is hosting another IT in Manufacturing event this Thursday at our Headquarters in Westchester, IL!  Join other technology gurus as we explore current technologies, new innovations, and blue-sky the future of Technology in Manufacturing.   Topics include ERP, IIot, ETL, business intelligence, analytics, and a whole lot more. Introductions – reveal your core competency. Prepare…

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