5 ERP Capabilities That Will be the Most Important to Manufacturing Executives of the Future

A robust and tailored-for-you ERP becomes the hub of your organization and can inform its future through data-driven insights, predictions, and actions.

How SASE Helps Overcome Security & Connectivity Challenges In Manufacturing

The manufacturing industry is undergoing a major transformation. Everything from production to supply chain to logistics is getting digitized and technologies like Robotic Process Automation (RPA), AI and the Internet of Things are ushering in a new era of smart factories.

SUPPLIER SELECTION FOR CRITICAL MOTION CONTROL APPLICATIONS

In this article, I attempt to arm manufacturers with the questions that they need to ask to ensure that the motion control solution option chosen is right first time and up to the job. These questions should ideally focus on not just capabilities but also values.

What types of CNC machines will smart factories demand? Will software or hardware rule?

Different types of CNC machines will appear in smart factories. Here's what you need to know about upgrading and updating your machines.

Why Cloud Computing is Essential for the Modern Manufacturing Industry?

Cloud computing's role in manufacturing has grown exponentially, from acquiring environmental data of machines to supply chain management through IoT applications and other advanced technologies.

Flexible feeding for a smarter production line

Vibratory feeders are used to align and feed small products and parts during the assembly and production process using gravity and vibrations. They are a common element of many operations and an effective way of automating production lines.

3 Digitalization Strategies Driving Supply Chain Resiliency

With the considerable supply chain disruptions brought on by the pandemic and amid escalating inflation, supply chain resilience is more critical than ever before.

Accelerating Reshoring Strategies Spur CEOs To Modernize America's Vast Manufacturing Industry, The Latest "Building American Manufacturing Resilience" Poll With Forbes And Zogby Reveals

Nearly Two-Thirds Believe America's Vast Manufacturing Industry Can Solve The World's Supply Chain Concerns. More Than 70% Of CEOs Are Investing In Automation, Digital Workflows And R&D, And More Than Half Are Investing In Artificial Intelligence.

Do quality managers really want fully autonomous visual inspection?

Autonomous quality inspection solutions that are premised on the idea that the human user might make a mistake promise the highest level of automation. However, surely it is better to utilise the user.

How an ERP can help cut manufacturing costs

This article explores in detail how ERP implementation can help manufacturers reduce costs and, as a result, become more profitable.

Japanese Robot Manufacturer relies on Digital Twin by CENIT

FASTSUITE E2 technology provides powerful foundation for digital twinning and offline programming at Sugino Machine

Embracing Automation Technologies to Optimise Just-in-Time Processes

As businesses' priorities evolve as a means to navigate today's challenging landscape, new processes, such as Just-in-Time (JIT), are being implemented to meet customer demands in the most efficient way.

Zebra Survey Shows Eight-in-10 Millennials Expect More Transparency in Automotive Manufacturing

Study reveals high demand for knowing the origin and sustainability level of materials and automotive parts as well as receiving an end-to-end view of the manufacturing process

NORD DRIVESYSTEMS Powers Intralogistics Systems with Reliable, High-Efficiency Solutions

NORD's modular system of gear units, motors, and variable frequency drives work in unison to transport items quickly and safely across all intralogistics and warehouse systems.

Industry 4.0 Needs Automated Power Sources

Decision-makers developing their Industry 4.0 strategies must consider how to ensure their facilities stay running during electricity disruptions. One possibility is to explore automated smart power sources.

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