If humanity’s future in manufacturing is inserting a few screws because our hands are still more dexterous than most affordable robots, then we are doomed.
If you break down OEE as it has traditionally been calculated, it is still accurate but less able today to point to the underlying problems
If you break down what Industry 4.0 is – and to finally get moving on your digital transformation initiatives – you have to do just three things really well.
Today we announced that we’ve completed an amazing Series C funding, with new enthusiastic investors and our devoted existing investors providing us with US$40m to take our company to the next level. It’s time to take our Connected Worker platform to even more customers.
To start this story right, we need to start at the start.
A discussion with Detlef Zühlke about closing the education gap in Industry 4.0.
Machines and humans need to find a way to work together to propel industry 4.0 forward.
Lean calls it Standardized Work. Six Sigma calls it Standard Work.