From their hats down to their boots, the workforce is becoming more connected. This narrows the skills gap and helps manufacturers increase productivity by optimizing information capture and delivery. Whether it’s using remote experts to guide on-site technicians through AR-enabled headsets or leveraging 3D-based work instructions, these solutions empower the manufacturing workforce with actionable, augmented intelligence to improve productivity and quality, while avoiding safety and compliance risks.
We’ll break down the results from the recent LNS Connected Worker study and provide examples, guidelines and best practices you can use to start or augment your own program.
Top 3 Industry Drivers:
• Labor shortage impacts including skill, experience and knowledge losses
• IX programs introducing new digital technologies changes required workforce competencies
• Latest generation workforce comprised of digital natives with new expectations / perceptions re: technology and attitudes about work
• Get guidelines, examples and best practices based on Rockwell Automation's own program