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Just Like Being There: APEX 2018 & a Connected Factory Standard

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RituGupta
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RituGupta   2/26/2019 6:48:39 AM
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You would have to have a really well developed machine and system for other people to want to adopt your standard so it's not surprising that so many people are trying to gun for it to make sure that they are the forerunner in the market. It's just a mater of time before something robust enough takes root anyway right?

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MelBrandle   10/12/2018 11:13:35 PM
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How can it not be true that doing the right thing never gets old? The companies should have taken this step much earlier to better facilitate their work processes at a faster and a more efficient rate. It is not about simply following steps that are already there blindly, but more of collaborating with one another to see what can be improved to everyone's advantage. There is never an end that can be reached when digital notions are concerned but advancements can most certainly be achieved.

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