Gone are the days where automation was employed to solve the next obstacle only. A carefully constructed automation roadmap should help companies prepare for the future’s unknown obstacles by maximizing the human potential within, as well as other assets and capabilities, with the goal of long-term and sustainable success.
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It’s wonderful to be a part of an industry that has done so much for the Arizona economy. We’re inspired every day by our innovative customers and love being part of their growth and progress.
As we approach the Thanksgiving holiday, I can’t help but be thankful for our strategic partners and customers, who motivate and challenge us to exceed expectations. What a pleasure it is to witness the limitless talent in the manufacturing industry.
Temperatures are dropping, but things are hot at Delta Technology this fall! We are continuing to grow and expand, and we are very happy to share these updates with you!
We came back from PackExpo Las Vegas a couple of weeks ago with a list of companies who are asking for quotes and information about palletizing applications with robots.
When a layman hears the term smart factory, they may picture a shiny new manufacturing building with end-to-end, “latest and greatest” connected technology.
The IIoT and digitalization are no longer buzzwords – they’re important technologies that, if implemented correctly, will allow your plant to position itself as a leader for decades to come. It’s an exciting time to be in the manufacturing industry, so “grab the bull by the horns” and harness this wealth of technology!
Like the Great Wall of China, industrial machinery is built to last. In fact, facilities continue to depend on production equipment that’s quite possibly decades old. It’s safe to say legacy equipment is deeply rooted in the manufacturing world.
The first two quarters of 2019 are behind us, and with that, I wanted to provide you with a quick glimpse of what’s to come in the automation market this upcoming quarter.
First off, automation continues to be in high demand, and we are seeing more orders come through as a percentage of quotes than in previous years, which is excellent news for everyone in the supply chain.
Baseball is a sport wrapped in tradition, one of which is an umpire making the calls that weigh heavily on the outcome of the game. Now, that decades old tradition is being rocketed into the future with machine vision.
I hope everyone is having a great summer. Hopefully many of you have found the time to take in a baseball game, or two. Go Diamondbacks!
Speaking of baseball, have you heard the news? Machine vision was utilized to assist the homeplate umpire during the independent Atlantic League All Star Game, calling balls and strikes with astounding accuracy (no surprise to us!). It’s exciting to see a technology we regularly implement on the factory floor making waves in professional sports.