Webinar: Get Smart. Go Paperless. Making the Shift to a Paperless Material Flow Management System.

  • May 21, 2021
  • Panasonic
  • Webinar

Get Smart. Go Paperless. Making the Shift to a Paperless Material Flow Management System.

a Webinar by Panasonic in collaboration with Automation.com

Webinar: Get Smart. Go Paperless. Making the Shift to a Paperless Material Flow Management System.

Thursday, June 24, 2021
11 a.m.- noon EDT
 
The manufacturing industry is evolving. As consumers, we are accustomed to online ordering of the exact version of the products we want, expecting availability and visibility of every step of the order until it arrives at our door. Manufacturers are turning from Just In Time (JIT) to Just in Sequence (JIS) manufacturing, to be able to accurately and reliably respond to demands for customization.
 
So, how can manufacturers meet the increasingly difficult complexity in their operations? It’s clear that traditional paper-based, inflexible, and labor-intensive systems can no longer keep up. Maximizing the shift to mass customization requires smart material flow management to assure that the right parts get to the right place at the right time.
 
If you need more flexibility in your manufacturing process, then now is the time. This webinar will discuss the benefits of a wireless, paperless, end-to-end IIoT system that optimizes material flow and enables full visibility and flexibility.
 
SPEAKER: Ed Nabrotzky, Director Sales & Strategy, Panasonic IIoT Solutions
 
Ed is an experienced technology business leader and entrepreneur, having led and developed businesses and product lines all over the world. He has spent decades supplying enabling technology for manufacturing. As Panasonic IIoT Solutions Division Director of Sales & Strategy, he now guides a strategic focus to establish revolutionary visual tagging technology and IIoT in manufacturing to dramatically improve costs, sustainability, dynamic operator interaction and outstanding process analytics for continuous improvement.
 
This webinar is moderated by Renee Bassett, Chief Editor for Automation.com.