Restaurant operators often speak of innovation in terms of putting new signature dishes and food creations on the menu. But where the biggest innovation is happening today, arguably, is less on the menu and more in the technology that is driving increased efficiency and effectiveness across all parts of the food and beverage services industry. Next-generation restaurant management and POS systems are having a profound impact on business operations, guest satisfaction, revenue growth and overall profitability.
Industry 4.0 is a trending topic across the manufacturing world. It’s also a complex concept that encompasses multiple technologies and disciplines — and the ROI isn’t always readily apparent. One way food and beverage companies are seeing some real-time benefits is through the automation of processes to reduce the potential for human error.
In this exclusive on-demand webcast, Adem Kulauzovic, Director of Coding Automation at Domino Printing, sits down with four industry experts to talk about the impact Industry 4.0 and automation can have on reducing human errors in food packaging.
• Bill Dye, Corporate Operations Engineering Manager, Jack Link’s Beef Jerky
• Bob Trask, Senior System Architect, BECKHOFF
• Yanik Ballou, Technology Leader, Optel Group
• Tom Egan, Vice President of Industry Services, PMMI
Join us for insights and firsthand observations from a variety of perspectives on the goals and challenges of integrating technology on the packaging line — an operations engineer
Domino provides a broad portfolio of innovative industrial coding and marking solutions developed in collaboration with customers in food and beverage, life sciences, manufacturing and other industries. Beyond delivering the latest printing technologies and Industry 4.0 connectivity, Domino brings four decades of knowledge and expertise to help companies maximize productivity and OEE with agility to meet the changing needs of today’s fast-paced world. Domino is more than a mark.
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