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How is AIDC Used in Manufacturing?

Automatic identification and data capture (AIDC) technology is widely used today. For example, one application is in streamlining manufacturing and warehouse operations. But, how is AIDC used in manufacturing?    AIDC identifies and tracks a wide range of objects...

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,...

Are you getting enough ROI from your ERP Software?

Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems are crucial data solutions for the supply chain. This comprehensive software facilitates department connectivity, integrates data, and increases the bottom line. But for the most impressive results, ERP management is key to...

3 Ways Kitting Can Help Improve Your Manufacturing Environment

What is Kitting? Kitting is where a group of parts or materials form a kit based on their SKU numbers. These kits of materials then are delivered to the correct part of an assembly line. Then, workers use the items in the kit to build a finished, final product. Using...

Beating the Manufacturing Skills Gap in 2019

The manufacturing sector is one where job growth is a strained situation. Manufacturing companies are having a hard time filling the positions needed. And, with the growth seen in this sector, it will mean more jobs available. We’ve seen positive changes such as...

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...
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