An article from the Manufacturing Leadership Council details how a digital twin empowers manufacturers to be fast, agile and resilient.
Laser scanning offers an easy and affordable way to meet documentation requirements in food and beverage processing without slowing down production.
Sustainable, reliable food production requires agile, automated processing plants—a goal that can only be achieved by starting with laser scanning.
Starting with accurate, comprehensive digital as-built documentation on your existing facility can give you the solid foundation you need to build a successful future.
Thanks to technology advances, solutions now exist to make the transformation to automation and digitization fast, easy and cost-effective.
A robot dog and a high-speed laser scanner are helping Ford capture accurate as-built documentation on its facilities in a matter of hours instead of weeks.
A new on-demand webinar explores the end-to-end solution that will change the way you see laser scanning.
3D laser scanning streamlines retrofits, reduces shutdowns, minimizes rework and provides high-value data for digital twins, augmented reality and beyond.
If you haven’t yet been able to make the changes in your industrial plant that you know are needed, try starting with the data.
Laser scanning your equipment and facilities can provide the data you need to support any project you can think of in your food and beverage operations.