SugarCreek's new manufacturing plant in Cambridge City, Ind., has been developed to take advantage of advances in technology, including the Internet of Things and collaborative technologies.
Big data. The Internet of Things. Smart devices. Advanced robotics. The manufacturing world is abuzz with the promises of increased productivity, better information and improved margins at the metaphorical hands of these technological advances. However, two things often are missing from these conversations, and one is the element of time. While much of the conversation is about the future benefits of these technologies, the truth is the future is now, at least in part. Manufacturers are ...
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