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5 Steps to Optimize Your Assembly Line With Digital Workflows

70% of errors that occur in manufacturing operations are from workforce errors. Many of these errors are due to paper-based work instructions, manual data entry, and lack of feedback. Instruction pages can often get lost, misplaced, or forgotten, resulting in lost time and product defects.

Many manufacturers implement digital, static work instructions as the first step to decrease workforce errors. Consider this PDF uploads for workers or “paper behind glass”. But what’s next?

Implementing anything beyond digital, static work instructions are often a second thought, but in fact, dynamic guided workflows are the linchpin to a successful start in digitizing manufacturing operations.

Watch our on-demand webinar and see how leading manufacturers have implemented effective digital discrete assembly lines and expanded beyond digitizing work instructions — and leveraging connections to sensors, machines, scales, light strips, and cameras to build error-proofed workflows.

During this webinar, we discuss:

  • How your operations should look with digital work instructions and what technology may be missing

  • Next use cases you should consider implementing on the path to a fully digitized assembly line

  • Real manufacturing examples of fully digitized assembly lines



    Sébastien Lorandel

    Solutions Engineer, Tulip
    10+ years experience in MES systems; expertise in development, technical leadership, pre-sales engineering, and proof-of-concept

  • Jen Dyment, Tulip

    Jen Dyment

    Product Marketing Manager, Tulip