LONDON, Feb. 24, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Despite the difficulty of navigating today's digital environment, a solution provider can help manufacturing companies figure out what works for them, according to INEA.
The amount of technology available today can be incredibly overwhelming. So how can companies use the right resources in reach to increase productivity in factories?
Sa a Muhic Pureber, VP, Manufacturing Intelligence at INEA, thinks that, "The biggest challenge is selecting and implementing the correct mix of the newest and the greatest out there."
Rather than just turning to artificial intelligence (AI), companies ought to consider what combination of technologies they need. This requires being selective and knowledgeable, which is where a solution provider comes into the equation.
INEA, a manufacturing solutions provider, outlines the benefits of adopting a solution provider:
-- It has the necessary knowledge to help manufacturers make informed
-- It has valuable experience in choosing and implementing the right
-- It can help improve performance by optimizing production process from
-- It can deliver and maintain a sustainable turnkey solution
INEA believes that, "The factory floor should be an efficient production environment, as opposed to a showroom of all the newest trends."
With the increase of smart solutions, manufacturing companies need to understand how to take advantage of the best technologies and principles for them - but they can't do that alone.
"It's all very useful if you have the correct use case scenario for it," says Sa a. "The amount of information has grown exponentially since the 1990s, but the amount of information a person can accept, and process hasn't grown." A well-experienced solutions supplier is therefore crucial for the success of a business today.
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INEA is an industrial engineering company that has been running for over 30 years. Its project areas include machine building, industrial automation and manufacturing intelligence. It develops solutions based on in-depth knowledge and experience, as well as valuing the importance of individual customers' needs. INEA also focuses on energy management in order to support sustainable development.
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