Much of today's manufacturing software is focused on efficiency and is failing inventive engineers striving to build transformative products
The problem? Most legacy MES can’t meet industry 4.0 needs. Learn why and how to address the gaps in your factory.
Download the eBook on "Why Legacy MES Tools Are Failing the Manufacturing Industry"
It takes a courageous, transformative spirit to replace old MES standards with new factory operating system solutions. Manufacturers are striving to embrace innovation, yet they’re not providing engineers with solutions to support and accelerate the process.
Traditional R&D is being replaced with iterative workflows, yet still, much of how the workforce communicates and tracks processes are paper-based and disconnected.
Innovation is being held back at the factory level with workflows that have been the same since the 90s.
In this eBook you’ll learn:
-How to operationalize a culture of testing, failing, and testing again to accelerate innovation
-The guiding belief system shared by next-gen manufacturers able to move from prototype to finished product at breakneck speeds
-How you can implement flexibility, free-flowing data, and automation into your existing factory
CHANGE THE PARADIGM TO FREE INNOVATION
INNOVATION IS THE NEW CURRENCY
Bringing new and improved products to market takes more than just good ideas. It requires agile, iterative production, and real-time collaboration. Most manufacturers recognize the risk of not adapting, but they’re hampered by technologies like MES that haven’t kept up with the pace of hardware innovation.
As new players enter the market with technologically progressive ways of building at scale, existing manufacturers must adapt to stay relevant.
While digital transformation strategies have helped traditional manufacturers with efficiency, cutting-edge hardware companies focused on innovation must transition away from legacy methods to solutions that accelerate innovation through traceable, granular data, automated workflows, and insights in real-time on the factory floor.
Where did the manufacturing industry go wrong?
How one visionary upended the old guard
Hurdles facing innovative engineers
What next-gen engineers are doing to change the paradigm
READ HOW TODAY'S MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING IS BEING UNDERSERVED BY LEGACY MES TECHNOLOGY