The Future of Automated Manufacturing: What Will be the Effect on Product Failures?

By: Michael DeBona
Subrogator Magazine
Fall/Winter 2020

Technological developments in the 21st Century have caused automated manufacturing to grow by leaps and bounds. Continuing into the next decade, less costly, smarter and more adaptable automation technologies as well as the impact of the coronavirus pandemic will accelerate the next manufacturing revolution.

In the Fall/Winter 2020 edition of NASP’s Subrogator magazine, Michael DeBona discusses how the challenges of automated manufacturing – and the risks of over-automation – may affect product defects.

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