How is AIDC Used in Manufacturing?

  Automatic identification and data capture (AIDC) technology is widely used today. One of its most essential applications is in streamlining manufacturing and warehouse operations.   AIDC describes the process of automatically identifying and tracking a wide range of...

5 Ways to Use Data in Your Manufacturing Operations

Industrialized data is the next evolutionary step in the manufacturing industry. It provides actionable insights to production processes. Also, data optimizes collaboration within the supply chain.   Yet, manufacturers’ challenges are immense. As they grow,...

Integrated Data Collection Means Better Information

Collecting data manually from the manufacturing floor leaves a lot of room for error. Inaccurate and incomplete information makes it hard to determine how well processes are running and what needs improvement. Several problems arise from manual data entry that could...

Automated Data Collection: Count the Ways Its Saves

Many manufactures balk at the upfront costs of automated barcode data collection software. But a look at manual data entry reveals hidden costs. These costs can be significantly reduced by automatic identification and data capture (AIDC). Production managers seek ways...

Filling in the ERP Gap

ERP-connected applications are being developed to go further and do the jobs that ERP systems often miss.

3 Benefits of the Intelligent Shop Floor

A truly intelligent shop floor brings business software into close contact with automated manufacturing systems, giving a top-to-bottom view of the environment as it really is.