Data-Driven Manufacturing

Data-driven manufacturing implies that decisions controlling the manufacturing process should be based on facts, not guesses, wishes, theories or opinions. Emerging technology is enabling both people and equipment to collect and process the facts they need to achieve better results. Driving manufacturing with data promotes integration and coherence across manufacturing organizations throughout the supply chain. 
Checking part count report on operator tablet at workstation.
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Machine Monitoring Enhances Human Resource Functions

Decisions about manufacturing processes are not the only business factors that can be improved by the insights derived from data collected by a machine-monitoring system. For this shop, using this information to strengthen and fine-tune its employee incentive program is a significant benefit, among many others.

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What Does It Take to Succeed at Machining Hogouts?

Beyond the machining capacity, other important factors relate to the people and the understanding of the process.

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Edge Computer Brings Reliability to Internet of Things

Logic Supply has unveiled its CL200 ultra-small form factor PC for edge computing. 



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