There are many considerations related to how a part is connected to a test station, and the test...

What our survey of Smart Manufacturing Magazine’s readers told us

Posted: 
October 02, 2017
Contributed by: 
Scigenuity Staff

The right tool, for the right job.

It’s a concept that no doubt dates to the Stone Age, and yet, engineers and managers across the manufacturing industry continue to struggle with it when it comes to harnessing the power of their data.

The reasons are not difficult to fathom. For some, it’s a perception that it will require a costly rip and replace of a legacy system. Others are skeptical that the latest technology will work as advertised. Many spend so much time stomping daily brushfires they’re not even aware a better option exists.

Integrators Part 2: Adapt to a changing market and avoid the ‘Nedry Effect’

Posted: 
February 15, 2017
Contributed by: 
Joe Ventimiglio - Director of Sales; Powertrain; Automotive Industrial

In the first of this two-parter, we discussed how incorporating process signature analysis into every phase of an integrator’s build can help reduce risk and keep the project on time and on budget. In this post, we talk about how bundling this same quality assurance technology into a build can also bring more business to an integrator’s door.

Integrators Part I: Reduce your risk, be on time and budget

Posted: 
February 09, 2017
Contributed by: 
Joe Ventimiglio - Director of Sales; Powertrain; Automotive Industrial

Integrators working with manufacturers face the same recurring challenge – developing and delivering a system that meets spec, on time and on budget. But nine times of 10, when they put equipment on the customer’s floor, they’re already behind schedule, overbudget, or both.