Getac launches manufacturing 3D virtual showroom

Media Release

Getac has announced the launch of its manufacturing virtual showroom, a unique 3D experience where customers can discover Getac’s rugged solutions designed for the industrial manufacturing sector.

The application of information and communication technology (ICT) is reshaping modern manufacturing. Getac offers a reliable range of dedicated and innovative rugged solutions to meet the unique operational challenges of the manufacturing industry.

Frank?Baldrighi,?business?development?manager,?Getac Technology Corporation, said, “With the virtual exhibition, manufacturers can experience Getac devices from every angle in their daily environment. This saves time and resources and makes demonstrations possible even as COVID-19 restrictions continue.

“Getac offers a full range of industry-specific accessories, software, and services designed to ensure perfect mobility and ease of use. In manufacturing environments, this helps manufacturers to run more productively, solve challenges faster, and perform at their peak. For the first time, this can be demonstrated in an immersive 3D virtual environment.”

The virtual experience is available across various manufacturing applications including:

  • Process production management – the manufacturing of products such as oil and gas, pharmaceuticals, or paints requires equipment certified for use in potentially explosive environments. Secure and efficient process production management is critical.
  • Shop floor and discrete production management – to improve resource management and real-time processes, the shop floor control (SFC) tracks, monitors, and supervises manufacturing people, processes, and materials on the shop floor. It digitises discrete production management to produce goods more effectively.
  • Warehouse, stock management, and intralogistics – effective and automated inventory management is key to modern manufacturing, minimising data redundancy, and increasing the speed, efficiency, and flexibility of manufacturing operations.
  • Asset management and maintenance – effective tracking and management of equipment and inventory reduces downtime due to equipment failure. This also enables effective scheduling of maintenance programs to lower infrastructure maintenance costs.
  • Transport and delivery – digitalisation and the introduction of innovative technologies are driving intralogistics in manufacturing. Effective transport and delivery solutions optimise the flow of information and the transport of goods, increasing productivity and reducing throughput times.
  • Quality control – manufacturing quality control ensures products are defect-free and meet industry and company standards as well consumer expectations.