The new Waste Act has been repeatedly postponed, and the topic has been largely discussed both in public and around coffee tables. Now it begins to look like that the law will enter into force in January 2021.
There are not many who realize that machine vision solutions and technologies are part of the basis of digitalization in production, since data collection for controlling production would be almost impossible without these intelligent sensors.
Digital twin is a current buzzword – and in fact for a good reason. For digital twin, there are as many definitions as there are definers, but it can be briefly described as a virtual representation of a company, its production and processes.
Unfortunately, in many manufacturing organizations, quality is not adequately measured or ensured, yet there are simple technological solutions to solve the problem.
The benefits of various integration solutions to manufacturing companies are clear and obvious, since management of manufacturing processes requires simultaneous and seamless operation of separate systems.
In a previous blog, I discussed why attention is typically not paid to the IT environment maintenance in the manufacturing industry and what kind of risks are involved in this. In this article, I will go further into the details of some of the most typical risks related to this.
In Finnish conditions, a unique example can be found in Oulu where energy and circular economy operators have created an ecosystem under the Once by Pinja service bringing benefits to themselves, each other and the entire region.