IMTS 2018 Conference: Tying It All Together: The Crucial Impact of Traceability in the IIOT

IMTS 2018 Conference: Tying It All Together: The Crucial Impact of Traceability in the IIOT

There is one way to maximize manufacturing efficiency, keep product defect-free, control inventory and prioritize consumer safety: Traceability in the Connected Enterprise.

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About the presentation:
Every day, manufacturers are vulnerable to recalls, inefficiencies, counterfeiting and process errors. And when any compromised product enters the marketplace, the consumer becomes at risk, too. But there is one way to maximize manufacturing efficiency, keep product defect-free, control inventory and prioritize consumer safety: Traceability in the Connected Enterprise.

Plan to attend The IMTS 2018 Conferences to give you deeper insight into new manufacturing technologies & ideas!

Simply put, this technology uses the Internet of Things to identify the genealogy of the parts, circulate the information across a central network and ensure the components can be located in real time, anywhere in the manufacturing process. By using this technology, coupled with permanent traceability in the form of serial numbers, bar codes, 2D codes, data matrixes or unique identification numbers (UIDs), recalls are reduced, downtime is minimized and a premium is put on safety for the consumer and manufacturer.

Registration is now open so check out the IMTS 2018 website for more information.

When information is eternally tied to the part and stored in a secure database in the Connected Enterprise, the part’s history is tracked from cradle to grave and the real-time tracking to the enterprise helps with defect containment and error-proofing. This, in turn, keeps the manufacturing process proficient and the parts authentic while increasing productivity and time to market.


About your presenter
Dave Sweet is a business leader and entrepreneur who serves as president of MECCO. Mr. Sweet has been leading the company through a period of technology and product development resulting in rapid growth during the past 11 years.

During this time, MECCO was the recipient the 2012 Manufacturing Business of the Year awarded by Catalyst Connection, the 2016 Manufacturer of the Year in the mid-size category awarded by the Pittsburgh Business Times and was a finalist for the Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year award for Western Pennsylvania.
Dave holds a Mechanical Engineering degree from Worcester Polytechnic Institute and has spent the past 21 years in the laser manufacturing field. Although Dave enjoys his work, his most enjoyable time is spent with his wife and children.

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