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Créer une usine de fabrication plus intelligente et plus connectée

White Paper Published By: Zebra Technologies
Zebra Technologies
Published:  Jun 13, 2016
Type:  White Paper
Length:  34 pages

The purpose of this guide is to provide examples and insight into how technology focused on Connected Visibility can help a manufacturing enterprise. Our term Manufacturing 2020 takes on two notions, perfect 2020 vision across your plant and the notion of deploying technology fit for the year 2020 and beyond.

This guide looks at manufacturing as a whole, it does not favour a market segment but we appreciate there are nuances driven by market segment and geography to name just two. The notion of creating a manufacturing business plan and then delivering it has, historically, been driven out of managing exceptions effectively, offsetting risk/cost and in the last decade harnessing the supply chain in it’s entirety. This last point is worthy of particular focus to deliver Manufacturing 2020.

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manufacturing, best practices, connected visibility