Thursday, March 15, 2018

Productivity-Improvement Technolgy - Monitor for Industrial Engineers

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March 2018

Robotic Process Automation

Unlock the next wave of business productivity and sophistication in the fastest way possible with the most advanced Enterprise RPA Platform. Designed, tested and proven to perform elegantly in the toughest enterprise challenges.

UI Path

UI Path started the  journey in 2005 on a mission to create technology that would eventually enable new ways of working through what was then the emerging field of Robotic Process Automation (RPA). Today, RPA technology has matured into the legitimate and established way to run business processes. Behind our revolutionary approach at the time was our product’s unique computer vision technique. Think of the human visual system, which can detect and interpret information from visible light to build a representation of the surrounding environment.  We came up with a solution to capture and recreate automatically some of the actions on the screen that are normally driven by human perception. This is how we brought much-needed disruption to the market, enabling highly reliable automation in difficult scenarios like Citrix. It took us almost a decade to develop this technology. We put forth our greatest engineering efforts to accomplish what has now become the most widely adopted RPA Platform, capable of executing reliably to deliver millions of hours of productivity to enterprises.

Today, UiPath is a new standard in Enterprise RPA, leading with a cutting-edge Platform whose performance has been validated through phenomenal customer growth – last year we grew our enterprise customer base from less than 100 to more than 700 – through what is now the largest community of skilled RPA users, and through official recognition from global analyst firms.

The AI world is maturing. We will accelerate our product roadmap – the computer vision we have built into the product is now powered by machine learning – and extend our collaboration with solutions from the AI space that will tie in perfectly with RPA’s agnosticism to create powerful new use cases for our customers’ digital businesses.

We will also invest heavily in the expansion of UiPath’s global operations, with a focus on robust product support, customer success teams and sales efforts across all time zones and geographies, to benefit our customers as well as our partners–counting more than 200 today and including strong alliances such as Cognizant, Deloitte, KPMG, PWC, and TCS.

Optimize or Automate? How RPA is redefining Rapid Cycle Improvement
By   Gregory North  -   May 8, 2017

An In-Depth Look at Robotic Industrial Automation and Its Impact
January 6, 2016

Robots increase manufacturing productivity
April 13, 2015       
Combining the cognitive abilities of human operators and robots will increase the productivity of automated manufacturing processes.
Andrew Wilson, Editor


Feb 2014
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New robotic standards to improve safety and productivity
Revised RIA R15.06 standard addresses control advancements and the need for risk assessments

US scientists have created a type of printed electronics they claim is up to 10 times more efficient than existing technology.

8 Ways to Improve Productivity With a Weld View Camera
High dynamic range imaging may hold the key to unlocking the secrets of process improvement in automated welding

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Boosting Catalyst Productivity - Chemical engineering

Chemical Process Simplification: Improving Productivity and Sustainability - Wiley Book - 2010 - Girish K. Malhotra

Improving Productivity with submerged arc welding

Innovative Milling Tool path programs for 10 times increase in metal removal rates

Robotic Sheet Metal Bending - December 2010 Canadian Industrial Machinery

8 technologies for improving Boring Mill Productivity

Advances in Press technology for productivity improvement
Bending similation software

CIM Canadian magazine for Metal Working and Fabrication Technology has a number of articles on Productivity-improvement Technology There is a search link to search for productivity

Updated 2018 - 16 March 2018
5 February 2014

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