In a keynote speech at the Industrial table lamp industry’s annual meeting, CTO of industrial table lamp manufacturer Table Lamp, Bill Ritter, spoke about his company’s vision of “Cogic-like automation for manufacturing.”
The key to creating a “Cognoscenti” (machine) in the manufacturing process is to “take the human element out of the equation” and to create a “human interface” with the machinery.
“We’re looking at ways to bring our machine to the factory in a way that makes it more intuitive, more pleasant and less painful to use,” Ritter said.
“This is the future of industrial computing, which is the new industrial design.
You don’t have to be a mechanical engineer to be able to do this, you just need the right software.”
This is a machine, it’s a machine that’s just a computer.
It can be made to do things that humans can’t do.
“As the company’s head of engineering, Ritter has spent the last three decades developing its products for industrial use, including its popular table lamp.
While it’s still early days for the company, Ritters sees the industrial table lamp as an ideal candidate for such an interface.
The industrial table light was designed with a large, flat base that lets it fold up and move with ease, Rimmer said.
It has a “closed loop” design, meaning the entire base can be removed from the lamp, eliminating the need to connect the base to a wall outlet or to a power source.
Ritter and his team have also worked with industrial companies to improve the lamp’s ergonomics, and they’ve even developed a product called the Industrial Table Lamps, which are similar to Table Lamp’s but designed to fit inside industrial-sized tables.
The table lamp has been on the market for years, but the company has been slowly introducing its new industrial table design into the market.
While Ritter is confident that his new industrial-table lamp will be a hit with the industry, the future looks promising for industrial table lamps.
The company also recently announced that it will be launching an online platform where it will offer “an ecosystem for product and technology demos, and product reviews.”
The industrial base has to be made available, and we’re really excited to get it to customers, because it’s the future,” he said.