Electronic Products & Technology

Cogiscan and Panasonic partner to enable the connected factory

Stephen Law   

Automation / Robotics Interconnect Production / Materials Contract Manufacturing Engineering Supply Chain

Cogiscan Inc., Bromont QC, the leading Track, Trace and Control (TTC) solutions provider for the electronics manufacturing industry, together with Panasonic Factory Solutions Company of America, today announced a new strategic initiative in their long-term partnership. The new program combines both companies’ leading products to enable the connected factory, the cornerstone of Industry 4.0.

This new agreement is based on the Panasonic Total Solutions Program, which enables Panasonic to seamlessly integrate machine connectivity and other TTC solutions developed by Cogiscan. This technology combined with the PanaCIM Manufacturing Execution System (MES) software enables a more complete solution for Panasonic customers.

Firms collaboration focused on connected factory

“Over the years, Cogiscan positioned itself as an industry expert in machine connectivity,” stated Brent Fischthal, Sr. Marketing Manager Products & Solutions, Panasonic Factory Solutions Company of America.  “They established their company as the neutral third-party vendor that works with all leading equipment vendors. As a result, they provide the most complete library of machine interfaces in the industry.  This collaboration is an essential part of our strategy to provide complete factory software solutions, connecting any machine brand and model to PanaCIM for a total solution.”


Vincent Dubois, Cogiscan Co-founder, commented: “We are very pleased to announce this collaboration with Panasonic. They are one of the leading equipment vendors in our industry and they are also one of the most progressive and forward-looking company in terms of factory-level software and solutions. We look forward to bringing the highest level of machine connectivity to their solutions, delivering exceptional value for their customers.”


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