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  Stop Waiting. Get Started with Industry 4.0 and 5.0 I ran across an article from Rubber & Plastics News that got me to thinking more about Industry 4.0 and Industry 5.0. Mainly that manufacturers and facilities across the board and across diverse industries seek the same things and want similar results. All manufacturers want...
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Implementing SCADA: Three Questions Plant Managers Need To Ask SCADA, or supervisory control and data acquisition, is not a buzzword or a trend. Today, it is a baseline for proactive manufacturing operations management. Techtarget.com provides a good definition of SCADA as “a category of software application program for process control, the gathering of data in...
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Richard Bergeron started DECIDE4ACTION because he discovered the single the biggest obstacle to operations: how people make decisions. Richard’s background is in operations, management, sales and mergers & acquisitions. Because of this experience, Richard repeatedly saw businesses and organizations relying on humans to make the right decisions. However, the individuals may not have had the...
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FROM MANUAL TO DIGITAL TO AUTOMATED Prior to the 1980s, the processes in manufacturing for capturing data, performing analyses, and creating reports were very error prone and time-consuming. In other words, it consisted of manually inputting data and calculating the results, manually creating the reports and graphs to showcase those results, and manually calculating trends...
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