Cogiscan Celebrates 20-Year Milestone


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Cogiscan Inc. marks its 20th year in business this year.

When it all started, in 1999, Cogiscan had a vision for the factory of the future. The concept: to use information technology to seamlessly integrate all the different elements of the manufacturing process, including machines, materials, people and enterprise systems.

The team’s objective was to optimize the electronics assembly process with the intent to eliminate, or effectively reduce, all types of human errors along with the associated waste and potential product failures. Fast forward to the present and this vision is now widely shared by the manufacturing industry under such programs as Industry 4.0, IIoT, Big Data/Analytics.

“We would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who made this success possible over the past 20 years, including our customers, partners and employees,” stated André Corriveau, chief technology officer.

About Cogiscan

Cogiscan is the leading track, trace and control (TTC) solutions provider for the electronics manufacturing industry. The scalable Cogiscan platform perfectly integrates with all major equipment types, and is highly configurable to enable a personalized solution to each customer’s specific production needs. Since 1999 Cogiscan has attained several international patents for TTC hardware and software, and has won multiple awards throughout the years. For more information, visit www.cogiscan.com.

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