How can manufacturers increase revenue or decrease cost with smart products like industrial machines, commercial equipment, and medical devices? Tech-Clarity invites you to join a research study on profiting from smart products. Please take 10 to 15 minutes to fill out this short survey. As a thank you, we will send you a copy of
With increasing demands for highly skilled operators, yet a shortage of workers with those skills, what can manufacturers do to boost manufacturing productivity? With workforce shortages, market volatility, and rising costs plaguing most manufacturers, many are turning to new ways of operating, and digital transformation is playing a pivotal role. Digital work instructions can be
How can low-code help fill digital transformation gaps to help companies achieve the value of IoT opportunities? Jim Brown’s guest post on Siemen’s blog shows how companies can fill IoT gaps with low-code applications. Below is a short summary, click here to read Jim Brown’s full guest post on the Siemen’s blog. Digital Transformation Creates Opportunities Today’s
Could deeper insights lower some manufacturing costs? For years, continuous improvement programs have successfully lowered operating costs. Now, companies are using advanced analytics in manufacturing to find even more opportunities. This is not your father’s analytics. Rather, it correlates among different data sources, including IoT, to deliver fresh insights for confidently moving to reduce costs.
What does Poor Quality Really Cost? Calculating the actual cost of quality problems is not straightforward. Some of the expenses are apparent, but many are not. Quality is important to customers and to business profitability. So, truly understanding the cost of quality warrants the effort. Fortunately, advanced manufacturing technologies can help analyze and understand expenses
What current challenge have manufacturers been wrestling with for at least 35 years? System integration. Getting manufacturing data to flow has always been a problem. And it still is. Based on Tech-Clarity research The Manufacturing Data Challenge: Lessons from Top Performers, most of the 300 respondents’ companies need better ways to integrate IT and OT data.