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Smart manufacturing often is associated with its technology — smart devices and smart machines communicating synchronously or asynchronously via an internet-enabled open platform functioning in a connected manufacturing enterprise. But the critical success factor in any smart manufacturing implementation is the real-time intelligence that can be extracted by such technology and the timely use of this data by plant workers to improve competitiveness, efficiency, quality and safety.

This white paper examines two case studies that illustrate how this intelligence can empower workers to achieve improved quality inspections, and reduce worker stress, errors and omissions in complex operations.