Manufacturers must keep current with the changes in their industry if they want their businesses not just to survive but to thrive. In our latest blog, Zeynel Badak, Sales Director at E-Max Systems discusses the manufacturing trends that shouldn’t be ignored.
Colin Kennedy, Sector Manager for Manufacturing at Zero Waste Scotland explores the opportunities for manufacturing businesses on the path to a circular economy.
Janine De Fence, Strategic Development Manager at NPL Scotland, looks at the significance of measurement and data confidence for manufacturing businesses to realise the value from industry 4.0.
Professor Rab Scott, Head of Digital at the AMRC, uses the example of an old Colchester Bantam lathe to show how easily – and cheaply – companies can digitally enable these workhorses of the past to upgrade their legacy manufacturing processes.
Booth Welsh is a technology company, with a strong capability in EC&I and a bias towards process control and automation. Over the past two years, we have embraced Industry 4.0 (or digitalisation) and recognise the value it can bring to manufacturing.
Juergen Maier, CEO of Siemens and author of the UK Government’s Made Smarter Review argues that the next industrial revolution must be led by Scotland.
Claire MacLean, Marketing Executive at SP Technology joined Director, Roy Henderson, at the recent Scottish Manufacturing Advisory Service (SMAS) conference in Cumbernauld.
These days, digitalisation is the word on everyone’s lips.
We need the ability to look forward with confidence and provide detailed insights to implement a robust continuous improvement process using tools such as digital twinning as part of our lean toolkit.