Making things: productively
Improved productivity is one of the most common reasons why manufacturers invest in automation technology. However, small and medium manufacturers have been the least likely to take advantage of the potential benefits of automation technology.
Oftentimes it is difficult to know where to start. Fortunately, small, targeted productivity improvements can have a big impact on your business, allowing you to achieve the benefits of automation over time.
Delivering automation technology through a design-centric approach
Improve efficiency, increase productivity and throughput, and achieve better business results with the right automation technology.
JAE Automation takes a design-centric approach to automation technology. By understanding how your entire production facility operates, JAE Automation identifies opportunities for automation that will have the biggest impact on your business and generate the best return.
Accessible automation technology for companies of all sizes
Technology isn’t just for largemanufacturers. With experienced, systems-agnostic, and local expertise, JAE Automation implements new technologies into your existing systems and equipment, designs custom, purpose-built automation solutions that enhance your capabilities, and positions your business for future growth and innovation.
- Automation Design
- Automation Consulting
- Custom Builds and Installation
- Data and Analytics
- Manufacturing Controls
- Manufacturing Safety Systems
- Robot Integration
- Support and Maintenance
- Vision Systems
- And more
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