Utility companies are increasingly using smart meters to measure the consumption of utilities such as electricity and gas. The production of smart meters requires many assembly steps involving tasks like pick and place component subassembly and industrial screwdriving. Join Stevan Dobrasevic, Product Marketing Director at Bright Machines, as he discusses real-world examples of how smart automation can be used to manufacture smart meters.
What you’ll learn:
- Various assembly skills are used in the manufacturing of smart meters
- Complexity of the assembly skill impacts its cost
- Smart automation using a software-driven approach can be quickly deployed