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more than 20% within 12 months and their stamping plants went to the top of the Harbour Report rankings. Clients in aerospace like GKN Aerospace used For- cam’s technology to reduce operational cycle time on parts by more than 20% within six months and to win a large contract with an aerospace OEM with whom


they supply the parts. ME: Describe Forcam’s latest Force software offer-


ing. What can it do to help improve shop effi ciency? Abuali: Forcam Force is an award-winning


shop-fl oor system recognized by analyst fi rms like Frost & Sullivan as well as Gartner in the recent 2015 MES Market Guide, and it recently has been given the Plant Engineering 2015 Product of the Year Award. Forcam Force offers a unique single instance [multi-tenant] platform and an In-Memory computing architecture for fast Big Data crunching. The technology is fully Web-based with the latest HTML5 and it offers a rule-engine confi gurator based on Complex Event Processing (CEP) for


With Forcam’s new Force shop-fl oor management software, users get fast factory-fl oor productivity improvements.


business modelling of factory connectivity through the Forcam Force Bridge. Bridge is a single unifi ed IT platform of software drivers and plug-ins for any CNC/PLC type and age, as well as


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