Automation for the Small Facilities [Podcast]
May 19, 2021
Is automation just for Mega Corporations? Or can Smaller Facilities make use of the technologies processes and mindset of automation. Eric Martin, President of JAE Automation answer this very question and more on how smaller facilities can make things better.


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Executive Summary & Timestamps

01:00 Benefits of Small Facility Automation. Is it just for Large Facilities?
02:31 Mindset for investing in automation
05:00 Where would a small facility start in automation? What would be the process?
7:52 Can a small facility transition to automation quickly?
10:21 Health and Safety advantage in doing automation
13:37 Pitfalls for small facility automation
19:23 What are the advantages for small facility to start automation
20:30 First Steps in exploring automation for small facilities
23:09 Possible pushbacks when starting automation project
24:01 Closing Thoughts for Small Facility Automation

Eric Martin C.E.T.

Eric Martin C.E.T.

Electronic Engineering Technologist, is owner and President of JAE Automation. For over 25 years, Eric’s passion has been about making things, and how to make them better. Since founding JAE Automation in 2000, along with leading his team, Eric has been engaged in automation design for the automotive, consumer goods, food and beverage sectors and many more.

 

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