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How to Set Off on the Smart Manufacturing Journey

Brett Brune
By Brett Brune Editor in Chief, Smart Manufacturing

At the Aerodef conference in Texas, Conrad Leiva, VP for product strategy and alliance at iBASEt and chair of the smart manufacturing working group at MESA, says companies should first evaluate their business model today to get ready for a smart manufacturing future. Next, they should look at their IT infrastructure. And don’t forget to address digital handoffs between systems. “We’re coming from a culture of silos and moving to a culture of collaboration–across our departments internally and into the supply chain.”


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