Think ahead. Invest in your future. While this proverbial advice applies to all aspects of life, we will explore its relevance to young manufacturing businesses and their data management needs as they evolve from startups to market leaders.
Foundational benefits of today’s wireless measurement systems include automation, ease of operation, streamlined scalability, robust data encryption and protection, unrestricted distances and unencumbered use for transmission. Now it’s time to plan how to implement the system.
Artificial intelligence has landed on our doorstep and will change the complete environment of data collection, data analysis, and real-time action. Not only has AI landed, but it is also here to stay, and parts can be used immediately.
The Internet of Things (IoT) and, in a broader sense, the Fourth Industrial Revolution (Industry 4.0) is the omnipresent new paradigm in manufacturing today, profoundly affecting the way manufacturers are operating or are planning to operate.
An SPC (Statistical Process Control) Software customer recently inquired if I could discern any issues in a process, as their customer had identified problems with three recent shipments. They provided data for the customer’s current year shipments for a variety of KPI (key process indicators) in an Excel file.