27 Jul 2021 -

Industry 4.0 supply chains require Quality 4.0

Today, many companies are rethinking how business gets done. What was status quo in 2018 may never be possible again. Increasingly, manufacturers are getting smarter, says AM&D Aerospace Manufacturing & Design.

“Significantly more complex parts can be sourced from a global supply chain, so greater consideration must be applied throughout the assembly process to bring it all together. Uncertainty creates new challenges for supply chain visibility and quality management. Assuring quality of so many component parts and the finished product requires a better, more integrated approach to quality.”

According to AM&D, Industry 4.0’s enabling technologies represents an evolution in manufacturing which must be matched by corresponding quality-driven processes – Quality 4.0.

Quality 4.0 describes a data-driven approach to quality performed during production, involving the product, processes, planning, compliance, and standards. AM&D says, “It builds upon, rather than replaces, traditional quality methods, using many of the same new technologies as its industrial counterpart, including machine learning, connected devices, cloud computing, and digital twins to transform an organization’s work processes and eradicate possible product or process defects.”

To avoid electronics supply-chain disruptions, you may also wish to consult an expert in electronics component supply. With more than three decades of supply-chain expertise, Astute Electronics is ideally placed to work with you on your daily component requirements.

Either through the hundreds of manufacturers we purchase directly from, or the international network of component supply-partners offering full product traceability, Astute Safe-Supply, run by sourcing experts and offers a deeper insight into the global components markets.

With real-time access to the latest listings and prices cultivated through several decades of close supplier partnerships, we are able to spot price disparities and leverage product price variances to deliver cost-effective solutions to customers, whilst ensuring a quality, risk-free supply.

For more help with looking at supply chain options, contact Astute Electronics here

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