“Smart” technology has already found its way into almost every aspect of manufacturing, and the pace continues to accelerate. For most companies however, the practical, sustainable and cost-effective Smart Factory, continues to be elusive, while higher product-mix and sudden changes in customer demand continues to drive down productivity. The gap between those discovering compelling benefits using Smart technology and those still waiting to follow, is growing rapidly, threatening to leave many behind. Smart technologies are being utilized to convert business risk associated with current volatile global manufacturing market trends, into genuine business opportunities.
While there is an almost daily requirement for many to research the latest Smart technologies online, there is no substitute for the opportunity to hear directly from those who are driving Smart industry forward. To be able to interact with the experts, to ask your difficult questions that others simply aren’t addressing, is essential for those wanting to know how to piece together Smart technologies in a way that brings direct business value, as part of any ongoing or intended Smart Factory project.
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