Their Product Lifecycle Management and Augmented Reality will be featured innovations to help California manufacturers digitize and compete
Feb. 12, 2021 Sacramento, CA — This week CMTA announced Autodesk Inc and Taqtile as two of its newest technology-based members to help California’s manufacturing community digitize their operations to maximize efficiency, raise productivity and overcome some of the state&’s competitive challenges.
Specifically, the state’s next-generation manufacturing plants will incorporate digital technology to maximize efficiency and raise productivity — primarily in worker training and on-demand adaptability and control over crucial supply chains. Taqtile’s Augmented Reality (AR) training equipment and methods, and Autodesk’s end-to-end product lifecycle data management will be focus points for CMTA in the coming months. These new technologies can often put employees and supervisors wherever they need to be in realtime in a centralized location, whether it’s an AR training session or it’s watching and reacting to global supply chain challenges with the click of a keyboard.
“These members will help CMTA feature real practitioners and state-of-the-art innovation in emerging and fast-paced manufacturing processes,” said CMTA President Lance Hastings. “In California, you must always be adopting and implementing the newest and best technology to stay competitive and grow. We owe it to our membership and the more than 1.2 million California manufacturing workers to ensure access to the newest and best technologies.”