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Seat - How do you manage 16 million parts daily?


The new Control Tower will manage the location in real time of the more than 16 million parts needed in SEAT Martorell every day to make 2,300 cars Thanks to this new system, customers can reconfigure their vehicles even after placing their order The Control Tower has been shortlisted for the SEAT Innovation Day, which single out the company's most innovative, employee-driven projectsA videowall divided into different screens displaying constantly updated numbers, graphs, maps with itineraries, codes… It looks like the control tower at an airport, but it isn't. It's the SEAT Control Tower in its Logistics Centre, a new system to ensure that the data linked to the 16 million parts needed every day to make around 2,300 cars is transmitted in real time.

Added on the 27/09/2019 10:34:00 - Copyright : Auto Moto EN

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