In an era where computers are at the core of production processes worldwide, understanding computer-integrated manufacturing (CIM), and how it can improve operations, is more crucial than ever. In layman’s term, this is CIM explained…Click Here
An article published in the Wall Street Journal on September 1st claims that the number of unfilled manufacturing jobs is the highest it’s been in 15 years. Why? Apparently, many workers no longer possess the skills to perform today’s manufacturing jobs. How can Computer Integration remedy this? for more Click here
Topics: computer integration
Computer-controlled systems are at the core of most 21st Century manufacturing operations, fact! Improving manufacturing productivity hinges on keeping those computers fully operational. That’s why protecting computers is the ‘Golden Ticket’ to better productivity on the manufacturing floor…
A recent Armagard guest blog post, published by our friends at Cerasis, resulted in an interesting comment concerning computers in manufacturing from one reader.
Are computers actually helping to improve manufacturing productivity or are they adding to productivity and efficiency problems? We felt inclined to tackle the question…
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With more and more industrial facilities depending on computer-controlled systems, protecting those capital assets has become a big deal. Operations managers and industrial buyers are under pressure to identify solutions that can defend computers against the rigors of industrial use.
The manufacturing floor is evolving with many manufacturing plants getting left behind as technology takes hold. Don’t get left behind. Here’s how you can improve manufacturing productivity by closing your technology gaps.
Whether you’re looking to install computers for a new manufacturing plant or an existing manufacturing floor, keeping to budget matters to you. Here’s how to achieve computer-integrated manufacturing [CIM] on a shoestring.
Ah yes, the Internet of Things (IoT), welcomed to the manufacturing family like a returning military hero – well, mostly. Indeed, the IoT has been commended for making the 10% of manufacturing plants and factories who use it more efficient and productive, through web connectivity right at this very moment.
There’s an art to integrating computerized data collection systems on the manufacturing floor. Unless you plan correctly, you won’t actually improve productivity on your manufacturing floor.