A new ebook titled “The Industry 4.0 Interviews 2020” has been released by distributor Farnell.
The ebook features the views of global experts from Festo, Omega, Molex, Pansonic and Scheider Electric on the development of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and related technologies.
It provides insights for panel builders, systems integrators and designers, industrial and electronic engineers, including those involved in maintenance and repair.
“Continuing advances in industrial automation and control technology, along with the increase in connectivity of devices through the IIoT, is enabling engineers and makers to use off-the-shelf hardware and software to create complex products faster and more easily than ever before,” says Simon Meadmore, Global Head of Interconnect, Passives and Electromechanical at Farnell. “We interviewed experts from some of the largest industrial systems and equipment manufacturers in the world to reveal how they use knowledge of their customers’ needs to deliver optimal solutions that increase productivity, improve efficiencies and achieve a decrease in maintenance costs. We are delighted that several influential leaders in this industry have given their time to this book and we hope the IIoT community will find their insights helpful and interesting.”
Topics covered within the ebook include an overview of the global IIoT market, insights on key products and tools to support the adoption and advancement of Industry 4.0 technology and predictions for the future of IIoT.
There are also insights for those planning new projects to support the design and maintenance of industrial equipment, robotics, smart buildings and factories, including:
Responding to the growth of increased automation in manufacturing, smart manufacturing and robotics driven by the IIoT, Farnell has invested significantly over the last 12 months to build a comprehensive industrial automation portfolio which includes the latest solutions from world leading suppliers including Omega, Festo, Omron, Mitsubishi Electric, Control Techniques, Schneider, ABB, and Siemens.