Manufacturing Execution System (MES) vendors are beginning to offer ready-to-go integration for Smart Glasses. All of this makes it practical, for the first time, to consider including Smart Glasses in your next digital transformation project.
COVID-19 has accelerated manufacturers' investments in Digital Transformation, and while it may seem like technology is part of the problem, the reality is that in today’s business world technology can accelerate cultural change.
As the end of this pandemic starts to become more of a reality, I suspect many of the changes that have been implemented will likely last to post-pandemic times. Based on this expectation, in a bold move, here is a list of my predictions on how the manufacturing industry will look like in 2021!
This press release announced robust demand for digital transformation across model-based manufacturing and sustainment operations drives hiring for new sales, finance, and European region leadership for iBASEt.
As you consider your digital transformation journey, here are three cultural factors to consider that will help improve employee adoption and accelerate the timeframe for implementing change at your organization.
As new digital marketplaces continue to evolve and expand, there is a risk of being left behind if investments are not made today to be part of this ecosystem. Fortunately, an industry ecosystem can be readily established that is valuable to customers and end users. Continue reading to learn about first steps.
Continue reading to see how existing digital platforms provided by the tech giants could be a potential threat to the spare parts business that many Aerospace & Defense manufacturers have come to rely upon as part of their business model. This post will explore the merit of this prediction and what steps can be taken to minimize this threat as part of a digital transformation strategy.