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Vention & Tulip partner for next-day smart factory workstations

Michael Di Staulo Content Marketing Manager / Oct 15th, 2019

Vention has partnered with Tulip, the manufacturing app platform that increases productivity, quality, and efficiency of operations for world-leading manufacturers to bring custom shopfloor solutions to manufacturers of all sizes.

Engineers will now be able to design configurable applications for their unique manufacturing processes using the Tulip platform and create a custom modular workstation designed specifically for that application—all in a matter of days. The speed, flexibility, and ease of use of both Vention and Tulip create an unprecedented experience for manufacturers who strive to create truly agile production lines. This self-serve approach democratizes smart manufacturing solutions for the manufacturing industry.

Vention X Tulip Workstation

Benefits include:

  • An ever-expanding library of off-the-shelf public designs for smart workstations.
  • Out-of-the-box compatibility to mount Tulip hardware on any custom Vention workstation.
  • Accelerated design and commissioning of custom IoT manufacturing applications.

“For a long time, there weren’t many options for SME manufacturers who needed custom technologies,” said Tulip founder and CEO Natan Linder. “Their operations are just as variable as large manufacturers, but there wasn’t the same support. We’re excited to be working with Vention to empower all manufacturers with truly custom hardware and software.”

“The ease of use, flexibility of configuration, and plug-and-play nature of our complementary solutions will create significant value for our customers,” said Vention business development executive Patrick Halde. “Both companies are redefining expectations when it comes to deploying manufacturing applications, and we look forward to working together in realizing tomorrow’s smart, connected, and flexible shopfloors.”

To learn more about next-day workstations, visit our new product page.

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