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Manufacturers, from automotive to electronics, recognize the need to evolve their factories into flexible, customer-centric operations. The benefits are too strong to ignore. Once digitally transformed, factories can bring information technology (IT) and operations technology (OT) together to deliver the

Manufacturing will be the sector that more than others will benefit from 5G, which will allow not only a reduction in production costs, reducing downtime, waste of resources and maintenance needs, but also new solutions that were previously technically and

What if your production equipment was always available as planned?  What if your cycle time was never compromised because of a damaged machine?  What if your production equipment self-detected and alerted you of quality defects? Applying Real-time Maintenance (RtM) technologies to your production

Despite the new urgency within the manufacturing sector, there are still IIoT challenges for adopters to overcome. These include: Capital Expenditure While small and medium-sized companies that were early adopters came out with a competitive advantage, it is still true that many

The manufacturing industry is rapidly changing as leading companies invest in new technologies to modernize their manufacturing infrastructures, improve overall efficiencies, and develop more flexible manufacturing processes. The introduction of IIoT technologies, combined with machine learning, artificial intelligence, and cloud

There is no sitting on the fence with manufacturing transformation in a post Covid-19 world, the value of smart manufacturing takes on an added dimension.  In this unexampled signal of the pandemic most of the organizations have struggled for a

Manufacturing managers maximize the tools they have at their disposal by understanding their shop's capacity. Better use of space, materials, labor, and optimized equipment performance is critical for companies to drive efficient production and capture the highest profitability. A capacity

Mayville Engineering Company (MEC) is a leading U.S.-based contract manufacturer that provides a broad range of prototyping and tooling, production fabrication, coating, assembly and aftermarket services, with a total of 20 facilities across seven states. MEC’s mission to create as much

Many manufacturers have faced more change in the last five years than in the previous 20. Increased complexity, competition and a changing environment is putting more pressure on manufacturers to increase agility and flexibility to meet customer demands while operating