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Industrial standards and the digital thread are essential for manufacturing productivity as they provide a foundation for efficiency, innovation, quality, compliance, and collaborative integration across the entire manufacturing value chain.
Jan 29, 2024

Industrial standards and the digital thread are essential for manufacturing productivity as they provide a foundation for efficiency, innovation, quality, compliance, and collaborative integration across the entire manufacturing value chain. They help create a more agile, connected, and optimized manufacturing environment in today's rapidly evolving industrial landscape.


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Stephen LaMarca
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