Augmentir CEO Russ Fadel and Bio-Chem Operations Manager Conor Puckett recently sat down to discuss how technology, specifically Artificial Intelligence and Connected Worker technology, are transforming lean manufacturing, driving continuous improvement and optimizing overall worker effectiveness in the manufacturing sector.
For quite some time, Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) has been used in lean manufacturing to evaluate the effectiveness of factory equipment, yet still, many manufacturers ignore the human aspect of a lean strategy. Unfortunately, this leaves manufacturers with a missed opportunity. Although measuring worker productivity and labor efficiency is not a new concept, the rise of digital technology is making it easier and more practical for the manufacturing workforce to connect with the support tools, real-time data and insights needed to propel them to do their best work.
In this webinar, Conor shares how Bio-Chem is driving their lean initiatives forward using technology and data to gain insight into how their workforce is performing, why that is important to them as a business and how they are using that information to drive continuous improvement efforts across their operations.
Russ provides his insights into how AI is really becoming transformational in terms of understanding the manufacturing workforce, optimizing their performance, and being used to gain insight into improving performance, quality, and productivity.
- Learn how to extend the principles of OEE to the manufacturing workforce
- Discover proven approaches that leverage AI and connected worker technology to digitize manufacturing processes and uncover continuous improvement opportunities for improved worker efficiency and effectiveness
- Uncover best practices for optimizing worker performance and enhancing workforce development program
- Hear how Bio-Chem Fluidics uses AI and digital worker tools to improve quality and productivity within their manufacturing operations