- Digital manufacturing, under the observation of Dean Bartles!
- Digital production has become increasingly popular in the manufacturing industry
- Several manufacturers, quickly embracing Smart production solutions to reduce costs
- AMI’s product strategy is to provide affordable solutions by expert consultation
- Digital production systems absorb the power of the testament to reduce time
Digital production is an integrated production system focused on computer systems turning to digital production has become increasingly popular with the increasing number and quality of computer systems in the manufacturing industry. The automotive tools have operated in the manufacturing industry, has been the need for modeling and analysis of all machinery, equipment, and inputs to improve the production process. Overall, digital production shares the same goals as integrated computer production, dynamic production, solid production, and production design. The big difference is that digital production is chemistry for use in the computerized world.
As part of Manufacturing USA, Congress and the U.S. Department of Defense founded MxD (Manufacturing times Digital), a national center for digital production, to accelerate the adoption of these digital tools.
Digital production systems absorb the power of the testament to reduce time, cost and improve the efficiency of other processes. These systems increase the efficiency of low schedules, production planning, and decision-making. The system analyzes feedback from production, such as deviations or problems in the production system, and produces solutions to address them.
Digital manufacturing, under the observation of Dean Bartles!
The advanced manufacturing sector is growing exponentially day by day, and thanks to the efforts and dedication of great leaders such as Dr. Bartles, this development has become a possibility. With decades of experience in production management and technology and a passion for learning within and outside of advanced production, Dr. Dean Bartles has proven to be an expert and leader in innovation, development in technology, and industry approaches.
Manufacturing engineers of MTDG use 3D modeling software to design the tools and equipment needed for their intended operation under the supervision of Dr. Dean Bartles. The software allows them to sketch a factory floor structure and production flow. This process allows the engineers to evaluate current production processes and look for ways to increase efficiency in production before production begins.
The educational background of Dean reflects his dedication to learning and developing his knowledge: he clasps a Doctorate in Business Administration and Management from Nova Southeastern University and a Ph.D. in Technology Management. Bartles has also spent more than 30 years as Vice President and General Manager of General Dynamics’ Business Unit strategic of $ 600 million. He became a prominent figure in the field of production technology.
Dr.Dean Bartles is President and CEO of the Manufacturing Technology Deployment Group, Inc.(MTDG). The MTDG has a hold on two companies, the National Center for Defense Manufacturing and Machining (NCDMM) and Advanced Manufacturing International, Inc. (AMI), under the leadership of Dr. Dean Bartles.
AMI provides digital manufacturing technologies that are easy to integrate and manipulate to help small-to-medium-sized manufacturers (SMMs) achieve profitability. The industry experts, led by Dr. Dean Bartles, unify with SMMs to locate pain points and recommend low-cost, simple, and quick digital manufacturing solutions. Small and medium-sized manufacturers (SMMs) play a vital role in the economy, employing vast numbers of people and helping to shape innovation.so, there is a need to feel the pain points of small business holders and provide them effective, cheap, and suitable digital manufacturing solutions for the upcoming targets in the technology world.
The new methods of production help to modify and create processes within the visible and controlled environment. By doing this use of new automated systems can be tested in the production process before they are physically run.
AMI’s product strategy is to provide affordable solutions by expert consultation. For example, the object used by IoT LIMS ™ is a data gateway from SMMs production facility to AMI Solution Family ™ software. Using open standards like MTConnect ™ and OPC UA ™, AMI technology is highly flexible, easy to install and manage.
AMI company is led by its veterans, with numerous decades of experience in delivering digital manufacturing solutions in production. AMI experts believe that their knowledge, extensive network of manufacturers, solution vendors, and professionals targeted focus on SMMs – is a powerful combination to help the company benefit from Smart production without cheating money. The ecosystem of AMI has planned for SMMs to share and learn for company digital manufacturing transformation.
Advanced Manufacturing International, Inc. (AMI) was launched in August 2020 as a non-profit organization with a clear goal – accelerating digital manufacturing transformation for small and medium producers.
Several manufacturers, quickly embracing Smart production solutions to reduce costs, expand their operations and open up new markets. Although SMMs, with the technology and desire to do the same, often lack the time and money to develop or purchase these emerging digital solutions in a way that quickly creates value for their business. AMI aims to close that gap with new low-cost solutions suitable for small companies at any stage of their digital journey.