Let’s be honest – when we began 2020, we probably didn’t plan for the year we ended up having. There is just a few weeks left before 2021 begins, and despite the challenges, there have been some exciting and innovative moments at Nukon.
Disruption. Unprecedented change. Uncertain times.
I’m certain most of us have seen these terms used multiple times per day over the last few months.
Much like any journey, overcoming barriers is a part of the pathway to digital transformation. Digital transformation touches on many areas of an organisation, and is particularly important for those organisations with a large number of employees.
The Nukon team are spread far and wide across Australia. We have team members based in Adelaide, Melbourne, Brisbane, Sydney and Launceston. We also regularly meet with clients (virtually and face-to-face) and see their operations first-hand. We take the time to understand their operations.
The finalists have been announced for the 2019 ARN Innovation Awards and Nukon is proud to be shortlisted in the Smart Technology category.
Most people picture AI and machine learning when they think of ‘digital transformation’. While these initiatives do have exceptional promise for many companies, the pathway to gaining benefits from them can be costly and uncertain. In reality, AI and machine learning are tools to enable businesses to achieve the final 10% of maturity in their operations.
Nukon and software developer OFS (Operations Feedback Systems) have joined forces in a fresh partnership set to offer Australian manufacturers enhanced ability to digitise and adopt Industry 4.0 solutions.
While food recalls are a relatively rare occurrence – according to Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ), there are on average 67 food recalls per year – they can pose a significant danger to public health and safety if not done correctly or in a timely manner. That is why the FSANZ requires that manufacturers, wholesalers and importers of food have a detailed system in place to ensure the recall of unsafe food.
For several decades, manufacturers have driven their continuous improvement and quality management programs based on Lean, Six Sigma or Overall Equipment Effectiveness philosophies.
Not everyone expects ‘wine’ and the ‘Internet of Things’ (IoT) to be used in the same sentence. But one of our employees is challenging this assumption on her own vineyards...