Create Tomorrow's Manufacturing Talent Today With These 8 Simple Strategies

Manufacturers must maintain growth and productivity, but its current workforce isn't growing at the same rate as these demands. Attracting younger talent is crucial amid this trend.

Strategies to Tackle Knowledge Drain in American Manufacturing

As labor shortages continue to pose significant challenges for American manufacturing, the resilience and ingenuity displayed by Midwestern manufacturers serve as a beacon of hope.

The Interplay Between Robotics and Artificial Intelligence in Manufacturing

AI and robotics make the factories of the future smarter and more efficient. Manufacturers need to use these exponential technologies to gain a competitive advantage.

What Are The ISO Standards For Barcode Verification?

To ensure each barcode meets predefined standards of quality and readability, a standardized barcode verification process is essential. This verification process relies heavily on ISO standards to maintain consistency and interoperability on a global scale.

Decoding the Magic of KPIs: Beyond Metrics, Towards Operational Excellence

In this article, you will find why KPIs are important, how to choose a useful KPI and why to use KPIs dashboards for easy tracking of KPIs for your packaging company.

Minimizing Unplanned Downtime: Strategies for Maximizing Productivity in Your Plant

By leveraging robust downtime tracking and analysis strategies, you can pave the way for preventative measures that detect and address potential defects in equipment promptly to protect production efficiency and safety.

Security Challenges For Smart Factories - How Does SASE Help?

This rising tide of digitization and automation is leading to major concerns around cybersecurity. Smart factories are significantly more productive and competitive, yet a lot less secure.

The most compact Motion Control System on the market

FAULHABER is introducing a new Motion Control System. More precisely: The world's smallest Integrated Motion Controller.

Unlocking Customer Experience: The Critical Role of Your Supply Chain

Cost implications play a pivotal role in delivering exceptional experiences for end-users. By optimizing expenses, businesses can allocate resources to enhance product quality and service delivery, ensuring customer satisfaction.

Three layers of predictive maintenance - New horizons in a world of AI and Big Data

The key difference between preventive maintenance and predictive maintenance is that the latter means completing maintenance only when needed, as opposed to scheduled intervals.

Revolutionizing Sustainability: igus Unveils AI-Driven Solutions for Industry 4.0 at Hannover Messe

Smart maintenance, low-cost robotics, AI-based online tools: igus® showcasing pioneering solutions for the lubrication-free and CO2-neutral industry and automation of tomorrow at the Hannover Messe

Lean is the Future of Manufacturing

Reducing wait times and eliminating extraneous handling and labor through lean improves your bottom line. The capital saved can then be reinvested in new and better products and processes to further improve the customer experience, which in turn fuels business growth.

How Small Manufacturers are Building a Business Case for Robotics

Smaller manufacturers are the fastest-growing area of industrial robotics today, driven by the need for new collaborative robotics systems.

How ML helps manufacturers maintain safer workplaces

This article covers the concept of machine-learning in manufacturing and highlights four use cases of ML improving workplace safety.

Factories of the future - What will manufacturing facilities look like in 2044

The landscape of manufacturing is set to evolve dramatically over the next two decades, as cutting-edge technologies redefine the way we produce goods. To envision what the future may look like, we do not need to rely solely on idle speculation.

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