Konica Minolta has been transforming itself into a problem-solving digital company. At Hannover Messe 2017, Konica Minolta is showcasing solutions that dramatically increase the efficiency of business operations and improve quality in the manufacturing process throughout the supply chain, based on the trade fair's theme of 'Integrated Industry - Creating Value'.
Specifically, Konica Minolta's solutions automatically collect, analyse and process information in quality control, logistics, assembly, and process control at manufacturing plants and throughout the supply chain by combining Workplace Hub (a new innovative Edge IoT platform for collecting, analysing, and sharing data at manufacturing plants) with devices that take full advantage of the company's core technologies in optical and image processing to capture the actual status and movement of people and goods.
The solutions by Konica Minolta help visualise the true challenges at manufacturing plants, solve issues in the manufacturing industry, and thereby contribute to society. (KD)
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