Join us as we explore all things Industrial Automation. Brandon Ellis, owner & president of elliTek, has seen the good, the bad, and the great when it comes to automation. We'll delve into the challenges that manufacturers' face, find out what it doesn't have to..., and have some fun!
Industrial Automation - It Doesn't Have To... Be Untraceable
What is the new FDA proposed FSMA Rule on food traceability? What foods need additional recordkeeping? What are Critical Tracking Events and Key Data Elements? How can affected businesses comply? It isn't all doom and gloom, there are solutions that can help businesses navigate these proposed traceability rules which we discuss along with the ISO 22005 traceability standards.
Industrial Automation - It Doesn't Have To... Be 2020
This is a fun season wrap up where we're reviewing our previous Industrial Automation podcasts and looking ahead to 2021. What can manufacturers anticipate for 2021?
Industrial Automation - It Doesn't Have To... Be Unpredictable
This episode of Industrial Automation - It Doesn't Have To... Be Unpredictable, we're talking with Keary Donovan, owner of Pathways 7. Keary has published a white paper titled "3 KPI Considerations for Maintenance and OEE." We delve into Keary's paper and uncover interdepartmental conflicts for which there is a resolution.
Industrial Automation - It Doesn't Have To... Be Hopeless
Gratitude and Thankfulness! During this episode, talk about IoT Based Projects, Smart Assembly Pack Out Systems, Material Handling & Management, and Automated Robotic Handling. Stick around to hear the four reasons to automate according to Brandon's Brandology.
Introduction to elliTek
elliTek's mission is to empower our clients. That's what this podcast is all about - empowering manufacturers, hopefully learn a thing or two, and have some fun. We encourage you to listen - rate - review - subscribe!
Industrial Automation - It Doesn't Have To... Be Myopic
Perceptions can have a negative effect in life and in manufacturing. That's why it's important to focus on the data. You'll hear about the important KPIs (Key Performance Indicators) used in manufacturing and why they're important. Stick around to the end to hear why controls guys shouldn't fear the databases.