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VR interactive rally car simulator at Industry 4.0 Summit

VR interactive rally car simulator at Industry 4.0 Summit
At the Industry 4.0 Summit Bosch Rexroth will be showcasing a number of award-winning connected solutions. From 28th February until 1st March 2018, Bosch Rexroth will display a range of systems and solutions on stand H10 – helping to make machines fit for the future. Delegates will have the opportunity to interact with latest advanced manufacturing technologies, as well as exploring the benefits of connectivity.
20th February 2018

Digital transformation topic area launched at SENSOR+TEST 2018

Digital transformation topic area launched at SENSOR+TEST 2018
  Sensor, measuring, and testing systems play a key role in digitising and networking vehicles, machines, and systems - even of entire factories and indeed the industry as a whole. They convert the actual status of the analogue world into the digital data world of Industry 4.0 and the Internet of Things. And their intelligence and communication capability is continuously growing. 
20th February 2018

Accelerating the transformation to Industry 4.0

Accelerating the transformation to Industry 4.0
Although we are familiar with the theoretical benefits of Industry 4.0, we are yet to discover speeding up its adoption and what practical tools are available to those who want to establish a factory of the future ? Ivo Maltir, Vice President of Desoutter, a leading specialist in industrial assembly solutions, examines the challenges and opportunities involved.
16th February 2018


Putting Industry 4.0 on the MACH map

Putting Industry 4.0 on the MACH map
With the traceability software from Pryor, you can track marked components along the production line – and use these metrics to boost efficiency. With this in mind, Pryor’s mission at this year’s MACH exhibition is to help companies take their first steps into Industry 4.0 – by marking and tracking components through the production process.
13th February 2018

Industry 4.0 needs fresh new thinking

Industry 4.0 needs fresh new thinking
Digitisation and the IoT continue to change our everyday life. Many products no longer merely consist of hardware that carries out the majority of the functions. The huge importance of the software and intelligent programming, as well as links to other devices or objects, have gained in importance. Companies like Google, Apple and Amazon have long since left the earlier giants such as Kodak, Nokia and Sony in their wake.
13th February 2018

Efficiency improvements based on Integrated Industry 4.0 and IoT

Efficiency improvements based on Integrated Industry 4.0 and IoT
At this year’s Smart Industry Expo, HARTING is demonstrating its range of automation solutions for improving the efficiency of manufacturing logistic processes based on the concepts of Integrated Industry 4.0 and the Internet of Things (IoT) and will be on stand S244. HARTING’s approach to smart manufacturing is based on the addition of intelligence to manufacturing processes with the aim of achieving a high level of connectivity, visibility, awareness, and adaptability at all stages in the supply chain. 
12th February 2018

Taking Industry 4.0 to the next level

Taking Industry 4.0 to the next level
The digital integration of industry, energy and logistics is gathering pace, with traditional boundaries between industries breaking down, productivity rising and new business models popping up like mushrooms. In April 2018, HANNOVER MESSE and CeMAT will lend their combined weight to this trend and take Industry 4.0 to the next level. Together they will open a window on a future in which digitised production, integrated energy systems and intelligent logistics solutions will radically change the way we live, work and do business.
12th February 2018

Set your path straight with Industry 4.0 adoption

Set your path straight with Industry 4.0 adoption
  At this year’s Anuga FoodTec event (Cologne, 20th to 23rd March) Rockwell Automation will showcase smart products and solutions that deliver greater connectivity, agility, flexibility and efficiency - the primary drivers behind smart manufacturing and Industry 4.0.
12th February 2018

Achieving digitalisation through servitisation

Achieving digitalisation through servitisation
  While technology such as AI, robotics and the IoT are significant in their own right, it is the combination of these technologies that will really impact Industry 4.0. However, to successfully converge these technologies, you need to invest in software. In this article, Stefan Reuther, Chief Sales Officer at COPA-DATA, explains why servitisation will improve the onboarding process of new software.
9th February 2018

Using Industry 4.0 to optimise process control

Using Industry 4.0 to optimise process control
Adopting aspects of the fourth industrial revolution, the interconnection and digitisation of products, business models and value chains, otherwise known as Industry 4.0, is something that almost every industrial process is capable of, and as more manufacturers and businesses adopt the principles and more common protocols are implemented, the benefits become more accessible.
8th February 2018


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