Smart automation goes far beyond sensors recognizing objects on a conveyor belt and turning on a light to tell an operator a part is not where it needs to be. Smart automation means taking data from the sensor and turning it into information that is useful far beyond the narrow scope of part presence. This information can be used to help users make critical decisions such as when to order materials; employee, production, and maintenance scheduling; determining if and when production lines need upgrades; and more. To learn more about the latest in smart automation, download the brief below.
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