This week's Product Story showcases Taza Chocolate Manufacturing and their use of the Tulip Software Platform to identify bottlenecks on old machinery and improve overall effectiveness.
November 1, 2019
December 14, 2018
Coming from working in the automotive industry, it is easy for me to see the benefits of the yearly new features and updates the SOLIDWORKS portfolio has to offer. But the automotive industry isn't the only industry that has benefits, such as aerospace. This industry breaks new ground on revolutionary technology, as engineers and designers need a tool that will supplement creative freedom, not curtail it. Both industries have seen major benefits of utilizing a central design platform in the last 30 years, one that allows for design, documentation, validation and production.
Industry 4.0 is a trending term, originating from a project in the high-tech strategy division of the German government to promote the computerization of manufacturing. As a general principle, it envisions a “smart factory” with cyber-physical systems communicating and cooperating real time with the software and humans that drive the production. Until recently, however, factory management tools and automation have been some of the only driving factors in production throughput.
We strive to bring our customers the best technology from the finest companies. Luckily, we don't have to look far for this because our current solution partners are already top-notch. Most recently Tulip knocked our socks off!