Daifuku-Wynright: Manufacturing Visibility & Control with Quickbase

In maintaining equipment required for manufacturing processes, organizations want seamless processes and confidence in their providers. With Quickbase, Daifuku-Wynright has been able to create that peace of mind, and know that they can handle rapidly shifting challenges.

7 Reasons Cloud Data is Driving the Future of Auto Manufacturing

Storing and analyzing auto manufacturing data in the cloud has several advantages automakers can't afford to miss. Here's a closer look at these benefits and why cloud data will drive the future of auto manufacturing.

Waste not, want not - rapid identification of metals in scrap

Handheld devices, such as XRF analyzers, offer recyclers tools to rapidly and accurately determine the composition and grade of incoming scrap. This eliminates the need to depend on traditional verification methods such as spark or chemical tests.

Technology Plays a Key Role in Manufacturing Sector's Recent Resurgence

The U.S. manufacturing industry is undergoing a significant renaissance, indicating a shift toward a more advanced and sustainable domestic ecosystem. There is a renewed energy behind "Made in the U.S.A."

Cybersecurity for Manufacturing Companies: Why It's Vital and How to Keep Hackers at Bay in 2024

The manufacturing industry has seen a significant shift towards automation, interconnected devices, and data-driven decision-making. While these advancements have improved productivity, they've also made manufacturing companies increasingly vulnerable to cyber threats.

Human-Centred Digitisation: Bridging the Gap Between Technology and People in Manufacturing

Amidst this surge towards digitalization, especially on the shop floor, there exists a paradox that we at Elisa IndustrIQ find both fascinating and challenging. A human-centred digitization approach could be the solution.

The "Most Expensive Software" Holding Our Factories Back

The industry's reliance on cumbersome tech to drive manufacturing operations (masked as "customized just for you") - which costs millions of dollars, and in many cases, takes years to install - is not made with mid-sized factories in mind.

Foundations for Success In Industrial Automation: A Guide for Small to Medium Manufacturers, Part II

Once the objective has been established, a team has been assembled and management has bought into the initiative, it's time to evaluate which part of your operation to automate first. While there are many factors to consider, here are a few recommendations:

In-Line Seal Strength Testing Using Thermal Cameras

In the realm of manufacturing precision, the assurance of product packaging integrity takes center stage. Using thermal cameras for in-line seal strength testing has revolutionized quality control and efficiency in the packaging industry.

The 5 Warning Signs of Inventory Inefficiency

If you want to know when inventory issues are getting in the way of growth, you need to learn where to look for it. Fortunately, there are some telltale signs to watch for that will let you know you're experiencing inventory inefficiencies

The Role of MQTT in Industrial Automation: Enhancing Connectivity and Efficiency

The Message Queueing Telemetry Transport protocol (MQTT), utilizes a client-server publish-subscribe architecture for data exchange. MQTT is useful in machine-to-machine and Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) environments where bandwidth is typically limited.

The Indispensable Role of Humans in Manufacturing

How AI is Revolutionizing Automation, but Humans Remain the Heart and Soul of Production

How to Choose the Best Industrial Small Form Factor PC

In this guide, we'll explore the ins and outs of industrial small form factor PCs and what you need to know before choosing one.

How a Global Manufacturer Automated Their Supplier Management Process in Days

For a global manufacturing company specializing in industrial equipment for natural resource processing, unpredictability in their supply chain led to an immediate need for an agile system.

Using AI to Fill Blind Spots and Revolutionize Manufacturing Processes

One of the biggest pain points in the manufacturing industry is that most processes are not instrumented, resulting in upwards of 75% of digital blind spots. This lack of visibility on the shop floor leaves manufacturers without a complete data picture.

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