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The Challenges Manufacturers are Facing and Overcoming in 2020

EMS companies have faced a challenging triple-play of disruptions in 2020.  The disruption to supply chains was rapidly followed by severe demand disruptions, and the final straw has been the strange new norm of isolation and social distancing that challenges workplace norms.  Those EMS companies that have embraced digital transformation, with the associated agility and automation, have been better equipped to deal with these disruptions.  Join Stevan Dobrasevic, Director of Product Marketing at Bright Machines, as he discusses how software driven automation provides the tools to adapt and adjust course quickly not only to fit new regulations and stabilize production today, but also to be prepared with the factory of the future needed to thrive in the coming years.

What you’ll learn:

  • To deal with current challenges, with real examples
  • New OSHA guidelines impact EMS factories
  • To prepare for success in a post Covid-19 world

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