The Future of Manufacturing

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You’re being asked to do more with less. Technology changes, a demanding marketplace and aggressive competition are all putting manufacturers under pressure to make continuous improvements.

How do you use RFID and lean manufacturing processes to meet the challenges and come out on top? How do you become a factory of the future? Find the answers in our infographic.

The Factory of the Future

How to harness new value in manufacturing

Best-in-class manufacturers are turning new RFID technology solutions and lean principles to their advantage. Find out how they’re streamlining manufacturing production and reducing costs:

  • The shift from capacity to capability
  • How data visibility is driving continuous improvement
  • Must-have RFID tracking and tagging technology



Lost productivity

There’s around $900 billion of waste in global manufacturing supply chains. Where are you leaking revenue? Get the facts on why we need lean manufacturing production here.


Out of sight, out of pocket?

Poor operational visibility prolongs manufacturing inefficiency and damages the bottom line. Watch our short film to find out why.


Surveying the scene

As manufacturing returns to centre stage, our IDC Survey highlights the key manufacturing issues and how RFID improves operational visibility and enhances lean production.


Identify the source of manufacturing inefficiency

Where efficiency and precision are crucial, defects drain profitability, and are potentially terminal. Read our article on how to eliminate errors and get the benefits of using RFID technology here.


Eliminate waste and inefficiency

Poor visibility lies at the heart of manufacturing inefficiency. We outline where the problems might lie, and how RFID tracking provides visibility and supports leaner production here.


Maximise utilisation and productivity

In a changing environment manufacturers must adapt to meet new demands. Read here how we see the factory of the future and the manufacturing methods it will be using.