Navigating the Future of Shop Floor Metrology

March 30, 2021 |

The factory of the future is data-driven, and understanding the limitations and benefits of implementing metrology on your shop floor is an essential part of the success.

In the expanding world of Industry 4.0, manufacturers are under greater pressure than ever to be flexible and efficient. By leveraging the vast amounts of data generated by IoT, AI, and other technologies, metrology on the shop floor can provide many of the key capabilities smart factories need to improve process efficiencies and ensure product quality.

In this webinar, you'll hear from experts about how to examine measurement requirements, asses the shop conditions, and review how to determine the correct product for the task. The factory of the future is data-driven, and understanding the limitations and benefits of implementing metrology on your shop floor is an essential part of the success.

Agenda:

  • What factors should be considered for shop floor measurement
  • How to assess the proper gaging required for the intended results
  • Gage vs. tolerance: the high cost of low-cost gaging
  • Is there really a simple way to collect data?
  • What to do with all of this data, and is it any good

 

Presenter:

Michael Creney

VP, Product Managerment; Mitutoyo

Michael brings over 40 years of quality measurement industry experience, with extensive knowledge of systems and software. With a background as a quality assurance inspector, he brings the challenges of shop floor measurement into view. His focus on future product development has seen him at the cutting edge of metrology innovation and make him a true expert in the field of precision measurement.