RTW IPC APEX EXPO: Connecting Inconsistent Machine Data in the Shop Floor


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Michael Ford, the senior director of emerging industry strategy for Aegis Software, speaks with I-Connect007 Guest Editor Kelly Dack about the challenge of inconsistent data from the many different machine vendors, and how IPC's Connected Factory Exchange (CFX) standard resolves the problem by connecting all machines in the shop floor.

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