Sometimes going backwards is the best way to move forward!
Successful speech at the FAR/DFARS seminar in Oslo
A whole eco system of formats, but still to much time spent interpreting them!
CTO at Elmatica, Andreas Lydersen attended the FAR/DFARS seminar in Oslo this week, to speak about the battle of the formats, the consequences of being compliant, and how we can avoid spending a vaste amount of time and money on understanding what is transmitted through the interfaces.
– We need to transmit data on the build of a printed circuit board. A whole eco system of formats now addresses the needs we have. Everything should be in perfect order – we have both the interface and the languages. But still it is not. In fact the business is spending vast amounts of money on understanding what is transmitted through the interfaces.
– As we all adapt to a digital supply chain, we have a choice in regards to compliance. Do we want to tackle the problem of the lack of a common “language of reference” together now, or face the consequences later? By establishing a common language – manufacturers, customers and competitors together – have the possibility to automate the exchange of product information, and thus compliance information. It will save us all, time and money, but more importantly, it will turn compliance into a possibility rather than a challenge, says Lydersen.
Read his full blog post on the theme
See the entire speech
Photo: Ove Norseth from Kongsberg Defense & Aerospace and Andreas Lydersen, CTO at Elmatica.