Industrial IOT and Cyber Physical Systems

Traditionally, manufacturing has been considered as a process that convert raw materials into physical products in the factories by managing resources with best automation practices available.

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Collaborative Robots

Until now, industrial robots always worked separately from humans in specially safeguarded protected spaces. Smart manufacturing has broken down this barrier with a new generation of collaborative industrial robots. 

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Smart Sensors, Actuators and Controllers

Networked production and control processes in complex machine environments determine the industrial future and make Industry 4.0 possible in the first place. Smart Sensors already today support dynamic, real-time-optimized, and self-organized industry processes. 

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Rapid Prototyping and Tooling

A key component in making Industry 4.0 a reality are machines that can produce the desired components faster, more flexibly and more precisely than ever before. Also Consumers want products that reflect their individuality. 

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Augmented Reality
Augmented reality is the integration of digital information with the user's environment in real time. Unlike virtual reality, which creates a totally artificial environment, augmented reality uses the existing environment and overlays new information on top of it. 

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Advance Simulation and Digital Twin
The digital factory concept offers an integrated approach to enhance the product and production engineering processes and simulation is a key technology within this concept. 

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Analytics and Manufacturing Operations Management
The core idea of Industry 4.0 is being connected with intelligent products that communicate with users or other products, enabling new digital business models that shall harness collected data to offer additional services which will lead to the formation of a fully digital value chain.

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Remote Maintenance

Before the advent of Industry 4.0, the service technicians used to drive to customers to maintain or repair machinery and equipment while often following a route that is dependent on a defined preventive maintenance schedule. 

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Wireless Instrumentation

Wireless products have fundamentally changed our lives – and they are also playing an increasingly important role in the industrial environment. Here too, the enormous potential of wireless technology opens up totally new perspectives. 

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Industrial Safety

The world of automation is merging with the IT world. Safety & security is an important prerequisite for the function of Industry 4.0 systems, which in contrast to traditional production plants have interfaces to their environment. 

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Cyber Security and Mobility

The ongoing development of the automation landscape with Industry 4.0 means that companies are faced with new security challenges. Smart Manufacturing involves tremendous amounts of data, demanding a significant IT commitment to securely manage it all. 

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