Why Connected Workers? Why Now?
By augmenting workers, companies are solving the challenges that have plagued operations for decades. Using technology to simplify workflows helps with:
Manual Data Entry
Paper and spreadsheets can slow down frontline operators, leading them to skip data entry and leaving engineers with incomplete data.
Any error in an industrial setting can be critical and error-proofing measures are needed to prevent issues like quality defects and equipment failure.
With employee turnover and retiring experts, those who hold all of the knowledge are leaving with it and new operators don't have the training they need.
What does a Connected Workflow look like?
Scaling a Connected Worker Solution in Tulip
Establish best practices
Build a solution with app logic and shared data structure, and iterate on templates to standardize across your operation.
Connect devices, networked and stranded machines, and sensors with edge devices to automatically collect data to augment operator inputs.
Add computer vision
Guide operators through workflows and automatically collect data with intuitive computer vision and machine learning.
Composable apps connected to your operation: Tulip allows you to implement multilingual frontline apps to guide operators and standardized data capture with powerful dynamic integrations, intuitive media-rich displays, and out of the box connected device support. Download pre-built apps from the Tulip Library and configure them to your operations.
Interfaces where you need them.
Tulip apps can be used across your operation, on mobile devices, computers, edge devices, machines, and wearables.
Android tablets and devices, Windows tablets, and Safari for iOS devices.
Windows, MacOS, web browsers, and Edge IO with an external monitor.
Run Tulip apps on Android and Windows wearable headsets for hands free apps.
How Companies Use Tulip
Piaggio Fast Forward
See how the team at PFF is developing work instructions for the processes and systems they need to deliver quality robots to meet increasing demands from consumers.Watch now
Read about how Laerdal Medical error-proofs medical kit assembly lines by using computer vision to ensure parts are complete before reaching customer sites.Read Now
The connected worker is any worker integrated into their environment by connective technologies.
Tulip’s no-code and low-code capabilities make it easy to get started with our existing supported devices, or create your own custom drivers with Node-RED.
Tulip’s native edge connectivity and edge devices are easy to get started with. Order a Factory Kit to begin exploring with sensors and devices in the platform.
The Tulip Library provides ready-to-go apps and templates that can be configured with dynamic media and connected device triggers to meet your needs.
With granular permissions and workspaces, central teams can control 3rd-party integration, data structures and formatting, and more while giving local teams the autonomy they need.
Get started building a connected work solution in Tulip
Request a demo to learn more about what Tulip can do to transform your workflows and empower your operators.