Strides in automation: streamlining the factory floor

Tuesday, 18 June, 2013


In the last 150 years, factories have gone from totally manual operations with each work station operated by a single worker, to fully automated and integrated processes that can sometimes be operated 'lights out'.

What we are seeing is a transformation of the way factories are organised, and even the definition of a factory itself. The factory of the future is no longer a location on the map, some buildings and a fence, it is a concept tied together by electronic communications.

Download this white paper to read more about the growth of automation intelligence and the benefits of incorporating new technologies into your processes.


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