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Nashua, New Hampshire, United States

VC-A; Gutbrain Ventures, PBJ Capital, CEAS Investments

Founded in 2016 in New Hampshire, Datanomix offers automated production intelligence for precision manufacturers. When we started Datanomix, we met with dozens of manufacturers who were trying to use data from their equipment to optimize operations. Not one company was getting what they wanted out of their existing monitoring systems—information was either too complicated and cumbersome, or too simple and not insightful. To add insult to injury, the user interfaces on those systems made it look like those companies just didn’t understand manufacturers.Based on their input, we built a system that was designed with a few key principles: The system would require no human input for the data to be useful; The information provided by the system would be actionable right now; The system should be a “member” of your team, capable of providing answers and insights in the way you think about your business. Datanomix understands your factory and jobs exactly as you do. Production is described in simple terms anyone can understand. Insights take seconds to evaluate, not hours. Operators have no additional burden placed on them for the data to be useful. Just the right information to the right people at the right time.

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Datanomix and Flexxbotics Partner to Automate Production Monitoring for Universal Robots

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🏢 Organizations: Datanomix, Flexxbotics, Universal Robots

Datanomix, maker of the industry’s only Automated Production Intelligence™ software platform, announced support for monitoring Universal Robots for real-time visibility into robot performance. By partnering with Flexxbotics, a leader in robotics process improvement technology, Datanomix extends its automated production intelligence coverage to Universal Robot cells, helping power lights-out and automated operations at precision manufacturers.

Read more at Datanomix Blog