How To Have Automation with No Upfront Cost in 2020

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Covid-19 has caused financial stress and market uncertainty for many manufacturers.  At the same time, these same manufacturers need to reopen their factories in a manner that is safe for their workers.  Smart Automation is a great solution but how can companies move forward when they’re finding their CapEx budgets have been frozen or cut this year?  Join Stevan Dobrasevic, Director of Product Marketing at Bright Machines, as he discusses a new business model which enables manufacturers to accelerate the reopening of their product assembly lines.

What you’ll learn:

  • New OSHA guidelines can be met by applying automation to product assembly steps
  • Smart Automation can be implemented even if your CapEx budget has been frozen or cut
  • To future proof your factory to be more resilient to future disruptions

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