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MINZ: At The Forefront Of Smart Factory Automation

Top 10 Smart Factory Solution Companies in APAC – 2021

One thing COVID-19 has exposed is the significant weaknesses in supply chains. To survive global disruptions in the future, today’s manufacturers need to move to more flexible and digitally-enabled manufacturing and supply chain models. With physical-distancing measures still ongoing for the foreseeable future, robotics and automation are critical necessities in the post-pandemic manufacturing industry.

Under the new normal, manufacturers will need to ensure their investments enable outputs to align with evolving customer expectations to survive in the digital economy. To that end, businesses must invest in digital solutions such as AI/ML, IoT to keep their customers engaged from anywhere. For example, by attaching a sensor to a shipping container, manufacturing firms can verify the shipment’s geographical position and confirm that the handlers uphold environmental requirements and do not mishandle delicate pieces. Having such data equips businesses to set expectations for customers and have peace of mind concerning parts or whole products reaching their destinations in good condition.

Industrial robots that can help boost output, streamline processes, and work continuously without breaks will become crucial elements of manufacturing companies’ adoption processes. Furthermore, there will be increased adoption of data insights and analytics that help bring strategic decision-making and operational adjustments into real-time. Across locations and supply chains, manufacturers can use data analytics to build redundancy into workforces and supplier bases and pivot rapidly to make new products (including masks or hand sanitizer) to preserve the business and restore revenues.

Now is the time to lead, protect workers, safeguard jobs, and build an adaptable manufacturing industry that responds to any and every challenge in the dynamic global marketplace. To assist companies in finding the right smart manufacturing partner to achieve this, Manufacturing Technology Insights has compiled a list of leading smart factory solution providers that are changing the industry’s status quo with their innovative offerings. The enlisted firms are transforming manufacturing processes at the convergence of several disruptive technologies. Besides, the magazine also comprises insights from thought leaders in the sector on the industry trends, best practices, recent innovations, and their advice for aspiring CIOs.

We present to you Manufacturing Technology Insights’ “Top 10 Smart Factory Solution Providers in APAC – 2021.”

    Top Smart Factory Solution Companies in APAC

  • The company’s smart cutting and IoT solutions can effectively mitigate PPM and PPH by increasing production output and OEE rate of each smart cutting machine using less factory space and reducing both direct and indirect manpower. On the Smart Cutting side, MINZ is the only manufacturer in APAC that produces both die-less cutting and stroke cutting smart cutting machines suitable for R&D and mass production purposes. On the IoT front, MINZ Smart Box can be installed on a factory’s existing machines (even if machines are of different brands/models or analog signal outputs) to collect quality-related data such as pressure, temperature, speed, vibration, energy consumption, carbon emission and then digitally compile these data onto one IoT platform

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  • ABB

    ABB

    ABB is a leading global technology company that energizes the transformation of society and industry to achieve a more productive, sustainable future. By connecting software to its electrification, robotics, automation and motion portfolio, ABB pushes the boundaries of technology to drive performance to new levels. With a history of excellence stretching back more than 130 years, ABB’s success is driven by about 110,000 talented employees in over 100 countries

  • Advantech

    Advantech

    A leading brand in IoT intelligent systems, Industry 4.0, machine automation, embedding computing, embedded systems, transportation, environment monitoring, power automation, retail, and logistics

  • DNC Automation

    DNC Automation

    Offers the latest manufacturing solution that integrates automation in manufacturing processes that leads to faster and more flexible operation process

  • GE Digital

    GE Digital

    The world’s Digital Industrial Company, transforming industry with software-defined machines and solutions that are connected, responsive and predictive. GE is organized around a global exchange of knowledge, the "GE Store," through which each business shares and accesses the same technology, markets, structure and intellect. Each invention further fuels innovation and application across our industrial sectors

  • INDEFF

    INDEFF

    INDEFF is an experienced Industrial Automation and Manufacturing Execution Systems expert. We boast more than a decade of experience as an Endorsed Wonderware System Integrator Partner and have successfully completed more than 500 projects all over the world

  • Mitsubishi Electric

    Mitsubishi Electric

    A leader in the manufacture and sales of electric and electronic equipment used in Energy and Electric Systems, Industrial Automation, Information and Communication Systems, Electronic Devices, and Home Appliances

  • PTC

    PTC

    PTC (NASDAQ: PTC) unleashes industrial innovation with award-winning, market-proven solutions that enable companies to differentiate their products and services, improve operational excellence, and increase workforce productivity. With PTC, and its partner ecosystem, manufacturers can capitalize on the promise of today’s new technology to drive digital transformation

  • Rockwell Automation

    Rockwell Automation

    Converges plant-level and enterprise networks, and securely connects people, processes, and technologies

  • Yaskawa Electric

    Yaskawa Electric

    Provides support to the leading business across the ages by transforming as “a MOTOR manufacturer”, “an AUTOMATION company” to “a MECHATRONICS company” based on its management philosophy of contributing to the development of society and the welfare of humankind