INCELL International Selects MBrain to Improve Manufacturing

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MTEK is delighted to announce it has been selected by INCELL International, a leader in advanced lithium batteries for telecom sites’ backup power, as a partner to digitalize its manufacturing operations.

INCELL International provides cutting-edge smart lithium power backup solutions with strict requirements in manufacturing control and traceability. INCELL International will use MTEK’s MBrain Factory Intelligence System to digitalize its manufacturing flow across its manufacturing footprint.

“We are excited to partner with MTEK to digitalize our manufacturing operations. With MBrain we will gain the necessary control functions to secure the quality of our operations. In addition, we see great potential to use the platform to connect our factories and make our manufacturing even smarter”, says Stefan Jansson CEO INCELL International.

MBrain is a cloud-based Factory Intelligence System allowing manufacturers to digitalize and virtualize its production flow across the entire manufacturing operations. Manufacturers connect its processes and machines and control it through MBrain. It uses advanced analytics with Artificial Intelligence to analyze and predict production process outcomes, allowing customer to work proactive to achieve improved performance and quality in the factory. 

MTEK’s CEO Mattias Andersson explains, “Our objective is to simplify the route to the Smart Factory by creating digital building blocks that can be quickly deployed and that deliver real ROI”, adding “MBrain provides the toolbox manufacturers need to digitalize its operations.”



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