The business world in general has become increasingly global and distributed, which has both benefitted and challenged manufacturers in multiple ways.
A new year and new challenges. What does 2015 have install for those involved in electronics manufacturing up and down the supply chain?
Customisation has thus far always been the prerogative of a select few involving a time-intensive process with a complex, fragmented and costly supply chain.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is central to the premise of Industry 4.0, a world where a product self identifies at the start of its life.
Experienced professionals know that buy-in from senior leadership is often the greatest success factor for an initiative.
Not so long ago, traceability was predominantly a function required only by certain quality sensitive manufacturers, particularly those within the automotive, medical, military and aerospace sectors.
Most companies—especially large ones—seem to have some form of continuous improvement program. With today’s dynamic and turbulent global economy, programs like ISO 9001 or Lean Manufacturing are critical for sustaining competitiveness.
For 17 years, Aegis’ mission has been to reshape the very concept of MES toward a more comprehensive and yet cost-effective solution for manufacturers.
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