The days when the most high-tech piece of equipment in a workshop was a rotating saw are long gone. Nowadays, working environments like workshops, building sites, garages and factories are bursting with all the technology that’s needed to get the job done.
Here are a few examples of technology that your workshop needs.
Remember the time when technical drawings and plans were painstakingly created by hand? The accessibility of advanced technology means that we can rely on the services of advanced software solutions like SolidWorks and Alias, which allow us to create drawings with outstanding accuracy in super-quick time.
Of course, this reliance on advanced software means that expensive laptops and computers are a staple of the modern workshop.
Industrial supply companies like A&B Industrial Services recognise the need for technology in the working environment. That’s why in addition to their range of what can be considered more traditional industrial products; they also supply laptop security solutions. These products are designed to secure expensive computer equipment to working surfaces, like a heavy duty workbench, to eliminate the threat of theft.
We also have some advice when it comes to keeping your workshop secure. Check out our guide to keeping a working environment protected, with the use of technology.
We live in an increasingly digital world; in today’s market, if you don’t have a decent website to front your company, you’re unlikely to prosper.
That said, we’re not all experienced web designers and the services of a professional can be on the expensive side. Take a look at our earlier post on the 7 principles of good web design, to give you some insight in making your website as effective as possible.