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Rapid innovation has caused the products we’re building to have compressed product life cycles. It’s not uncommon for modern electronics products to only be on the market for 1-2 years before they’re… Building security system products such as smoke detectors, cameras, control panels, and sirens are in high demand. The assembly of these products requires many repetitive steps which can be automated to increase… The assembly of power tools is often done locally. Using automation can help reduce the costs. Better yet, using automation equipment which can be easily reconfigured to handle multiple assembly purposes delivers…
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January 15, 2020 Driven by the ongoing D.I.Y. trend, a global rise in discretionary income, and a growing fondness for all things “cordless,” the worldwide power-tool market is set to surge in the new decade,… January 2, 2020 Batteries are big business. So is battery-module assembly, the process by which batteries are built and which feeds the fast-growing global demand for a wide range of new electrified products. Ranging from… December 16, 2019 By Bartosz Mazurek, VP Electronics Segment, Bright Machines Electronics manufacturing has seen a good deal of transformation in the last few decades – the implementation of advanced pick and place was a… December 9, 2019 Automation technologies are nothing new. Since the dawn of time, new inventions have been introduced into society with the ultimate goal to help improve our lives. From the wheel to the printing…
Have you been burned by traditional automation? See how David utilized Bright Machines' modular micro-factories to overcome his factory's hurdles. Amar Hanspal, CEO of Bright Machines, talked about how software is poised to reshape the factory floor at The Digital Factory Conference. Learn how you will reimagine your factory floor with Bright Machines.
Die ganze Industrie arbeitet am Betriebssystem für die Fabrik der Zukunft. Start-ups wie Bright Machines greifen Marktführer Siemens und IT-Riesen wie Microsoft an. What Bright Machines calls Software-Defined Manufacturing is a software-first approach that counters big, expensive, hardware-defined machines and robots. Artificial intelligence is infiltrating every industry, allowing vehicles to navigate without drivers, assisting doctors with medical diagnoses, and mimicking the way humans speak.