Today's Manufacturing Challenges
Manufacturing technologies are in a renaissance period, but many companies are still stuck in the status quo and haven’t reaped the full benefits of the 4th Industrial Revolution. Solutions are scattered and aren’t integrated. Despite investment, few digital transformation advancements have been implemented over the past decade. Examples include:
- Manufacturing Execution System (MES) costs, improvements and customizations are daunting and expensive
- Smart devices and Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) are stand-alone
- Scrap, quality costs and downtime are too high
- Scattered data in systems and on paper results in lack of visibility
New Beginnings with Manufacturing Automation
Flexible automation technologies enable rapid improvement through connection across your shop floor and your business processes, giving real data and intelligence to make great decisions and improvements. Workers are enabled to focus on adding value and improvements in uptime, quality, cost and training.