Feel Let Down by Your Monitoring System? It’s Time for an Upgrade
There are a lot of reasons manufacturers don’t understand the potential of modern machine monitoring. Greg McHale boils it down to the most common answers, and how negative experiences have set expectations of the entire industry.
PODCAST: What the Movie Cars 3 Has in Common with the Challenges Facing Manufacturers
John Joseph and Greg McHale join Tony to discuss production intelligence for industrial manufactures…and why the Disney movie “Cars 3” demonstrates the best analogy for why manufacturers need more data and automation.
M&H Engineering Empowers a Multicultural Workforce with Datanomix
M&H is in the midst of a multi-year program to evolve the shop, transitioning from a company that started out primarily as a job shop into a high-volume production shop. Central to that effort is upgrading technology and processes while maintaining the core principles of great manufacturing that M&H has developed over the years. In addition, M&H employs a culturally-diverse workforce, so any new technologies must support effective communication to the many shop personnel where English is a second language.
How Rolar Products Motivates Employees With Datanomix
For Rolar Products, the employees are the heart and soul of the business. And as the leader of a technology-focused precision manufacturer, Jack Russell understands that technology is only useful when it helps your people perform better without the “big brother” factor. Rolar is using Datanomix to not only deliver better insights in real-time, but is doing it in a way that fosters communication and culture of innovation.
Watch the video to see why Jack and Rolar Products chose Datanomix over a number of other production monitoring alternatives out there.
THINK PIECE: The Fatal Flaws of First-Generation Monitoring Systems
One way to fire up our CTO and co-founder, Greg McHale, is to get him talking about the limitations of first-generation production monitoring systems.
Check out Greg’s think piece that outlines the four flaws in first generation monitoring and how you can break free from mediocre monitoring—we think you’ll find it informative and entertaining.