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The changing life sciences landscape: engineering solutions for a healthier world

From the aerospace, automotive, and food & beverage industries to pulp and paper and life sciences, the modern manufacturing process must be optimised for maximum productivity and resilience. Data-driven technology now allows for connected operations, predictive maintenance and vision systems designed to reduce costs, extend useful life and uptime.

At Wood, we deliver sustainable facilities that enable efficient manufacturing, ensuring our clients can rapidly respond to consumer needs such as introducing remote operations during COVID-19, repurposing facilities to modernise or expand, and integrating renewable energy systems to lower carbon footprint.

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Justin Jackson
Senior Vice President, Engineering Projects
Robert S Scheper
Vice President, Discrete Automation
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    Integrating the first AI-based FeaturePrint™ for automotive manufacturing
    Wood’s Machine Vision team out of Michigan is collaborating with a leading global automotive manufacturer, and software technology provider Alitheon, on an in-plant pilot for a cutting-edge AI-enabled vision system that will respond to the traceability challenge in automotive powertrain assembly.
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