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Wondering how to make sure your factory is advanced as the electronics products that it's making? Join this webinar to learn how to: * Cut production line commissioning in half * Use… Manufacturing is undergoing a transformation: are you ready? Discover how to reimagine your factory with this webinar hosted by Bright Machines CTO, Brian Mathews. Discover how intelligent software on the factory floor can be used to configure, replicate and scale automation, dramatically changing the economics, speed and flexibility of manufacturing.
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November 20, 2019 At Bright Machines, we have high ambitions for the future of factory floors. When talking to customers about implementing automation for their factory line there are typically three primary considerations – output,… October 23, 2019 The promise of automation – higher throughput, less downtime, fewer errors – is what every manufacturer wants; but its cost, as measured in both dollars and time, can make it unappealing. But… October 10, 2019 Manufacturers today are facing some tough challenges: a rapidly changing geopolitical climate, ever-evolving consumer demands, concerns around labor cost and availability.
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. Learn how a Bright Machines Microfactory for electronic assembly operates.
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. From AI and computer vision to IoT and robotics, these five start-ups are developing deep tech for the factory production line.