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Smart Manufacturing Magazine: DECIDE4ACTION, OTD and Manufacturing Intelligence February’s blog “DECIDE4ACTION: The Birth of Simplified Decision-Making” introduced what sparked the start of DECIDE4ACTION. It was around 2011, Richard Bergeron was in charge of a Florida-based electronic capacitors manufacturer (Exxelia Dearborn). The custom-designed “top layer” software processed information across the organization and prepared people to make more-informed decisions....
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“First rule of engineering; beware prototypes.  Along with, avoid anything made by an engineer who doesn’t have all his own fingers.”   Simon R. Green From The Inside: A closer look at the CONNECT  By Tim Clark, President and an Engineer We all love gadgets and tools. When you are an engineer at heart, you want...
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The main purpose of SCADA monitoring is to streamline the gathering, monitoring and analyzation of all production data. This is so engineers, managers and operators can make decisions to improve production, efficiencies and operations. Last week, we mentioned the three SCADA questions that plant managers and continuous improvement leaders should ask. This blog post continues...
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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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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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