Industry 4.0 / IIoT

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How Industry 4.0 has changed the workforce

How Industry 4.0 has changed the workforce
Loud speaker and subwoofer manufacturer, Paradigm Electronics has implemented robots to assist with product polishing. Humans collaborate with the robots but no longer perform the entire time consuming and laborious task themselves. In fact, most jobs have been altered in some way by the introduction of Industry 4.0. Jonathan Wilkins, Marketing Director of EU Automation, explains how job roles are changing with Industry 4.0.
23rd January 2018

Making Britain’s manufacturing smarter

Making Britain’s manufacturing smarter
The dawn of the mechanical machines were first, followed closely by the introduction of electricity, and then we saw the third industrial era, the advent of computers and the internet. Now we enter the ‘fourth industrial revolution’ Industry 4.0 is bouncing from buzzword to reality. It is finally here, so Martyn Williams, Managing Director of industrial software provider, COPA-DATA UK, here examines what is needed to achieve Britain’s goal of becoming an Industry 4.0 leader in 2018.
22nd January 2018

Ethernet connector responds to IoT challenges

Ethernet connector responds to IoT challenges
Availability of the ix Industrial range from Hirose has been announced by RS Components. The range sets a higher standard for Ethernet interfaces and responds to future challenges posed by Industry 4.0 and the IIoT (Industrial Internet of Things).
16th January 2018


IoT starter kit smooths path to Industry 4.0

IoT starter kit smooths path to Industry 4.0
The IoT starter kit C-Control 10 just released by Conrad was developed in collaboration with Elco Industrie Automation and Microtronics. The kit simplifies entry into the Internet of Things (IoT) market, Industry 4.0, and digitisation for enterprises and developers.  
16th January 2018

Robotics increasingly integral to Industry 4.0 success

Robotics increasingly integral to Industry 4.0 success
Instead of me facing you with another rhetorical question about, what technology we will see in 2018, or how digitalisation is all anyone wants to talk about, let me tell you about what I learnt from semiconductor company Infineon. The big focus for the company here is robotics, and more importantly; how does robotics translate into business opportunities? Well first of all the question is not necessarily how, but why? Infineon is a company that has four types of lead applications so why is robotics such an important focus?
16th January 2018

Edge Data Center paves the way for Industry 4.0 applications

Edge Data Center paves the way for Industry 4.0 applications
Real time capabilities are required for companies that employ machine-to-machine communication to streamline manufacturing. IT resources deployed in close geographical proximity ensure that latency is low, and data readily available. The Rittal Edge Data Centre provides an effective answer to this need. It is a turn-key, pre-configured solution based on standardised infrastructure. It can be implemented rapidly and cost-efficiently - paving the way for Industry 4.0 applications.
15th January 2018

It’s cutting-edge technology, so what do you know about Industry 4.0?

It’s cutting-edge technology, so what do you know about Industry 4.0?
At this year’s METAV 2018, there will be a forum on sawing technology being held for the first time on 20th February. It will be showcasing the latest developments and presenting applicationally relevant solutional approaches for simple single-blank cutting in a workshop environment all the way through to mass-production blank cutting.
9th January 2018

The future of production at SPS Drives 2017

The future of production at SPS Drives 2017
Production is a large part of the engineering industry, and everyone is concerned and focussed on the future; Industry 4.0 and digitalisation. Therefore, a Smart Production Tour at SPS Drives seemed very fitting and exciting. Engineering Specifier went along to the three hour event to find out from a range of companies all there was to know about ‘smart production’ from WSCAD, Beckhoff, Balluff, Bosch Rexroth and B&R.
9th January 2018

Global Business & Markets can show advantages of globalisation

Global Business & Markets can show advantages of globalisation
Industry 4.0 enables custom production, cross-border networking and optimal supply chains, and the digital transformation is helping companies open up new markets. The world has become smaller, but the opportunities are growing – so how do companies find them and use them? Global Business and Markets at HANNOVER MESSE can help to show the possibilities.
2nd January 2018

Focusing on CAD/CAM for Industry 4.0

Focusing on CAD/CAM for Industry 4.0
To help sheet metal manufacturers implement Industry 4.0 smart factories, as well as taking ‘major step forward’ with technology, Radan will now be issuing two new releases a year. “We’re aiming to get the very latest developments to customers as quickly as possible,” said Radan’s Product Manager Olaf Körner. “Starting with Radan 2018 R1, customers needn’t ever be working with software that is more than six months old.”
18th December 2017


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