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Process investments: As important as product, but often ignored

In assembly, codifying the process through standardized work is paramount to high quality and throughput. That’s why standardized work is a one of the foundational disciplines of the Toyota Production System. It doesn’t totally connect, then, that spending on process improvements lags far behind spending on product development. In fact, the manufacturing team often has […]

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Drishti’s Series B ushers in a fourth manufacturing era: AI-powered production (and people)

This morning, we announced news that we’ve closed a $25M Series B funding round, in the midst of a global pandemic. It’s a massive milestone and one I’m particularly proud of, so I’ll talk more about that later in this post. First, though, I want to talk about the journey that led us to this […]

Drishti guides automakers in uncertain times — including DENSO

Drishti helps automakers improve productivity, quality, traceability and training. Auto parts manufacturer DENSO uses Drishti on the assembly line.

Monozukuri and takumi: Scaling the craftsman mentality in a 21st century factory

Monozukuri and takumi are two key ideas from the Toyota Production System that promote craftsmanship in the modern manufacturing process, ensuring quality and a superior end user experience that can be shared and incorporated across organizations at scale.

The World Economic Forum recognizes Drishti’s “human first” focus: “When 1+1 = 3”

The action recognition solution we’ve developed at Drishti is fundamentally changing manufacturing by extending the value of humans in the factory.

What being a Gartner “Cool Vendor” means to me

What makes technology cool? To Drishti, it means arming manufacturers with a solution that provides new insights.

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The secret to effective AI deployments: The real world

To realize the promise of artificial intelligence, manufacturers need to bypass the lab. Go live, test, measure and be realistic about what the technology can do.

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How AI and data amp up the traditional genba

Using technology, plant managers can stop using the genba to gather data, and instead use it to address issues based on the data already available.

New Research: The State of Human Factory Analytics

“I believe there is significant – as yet untapped – opportunity to drive high volume factory performance to much higher levels of productivity, quality, and problem-solving capability through the use of human factory analytics.” Today we released a report that encompasses months of planning, research and analysis with one of our partners, A.T. Kearney, on […]