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Published By: TIBCO Software     Published Date: Mar 15, 2019
On-demand Webinar The current trend in manufacturing is towards tailor-made products in smaller lots with shorter delivery times. This change may lead to frequent production modifications resulting in increased machine downtime, higher production cost, product waste—and the need to rework faulty products. Watch this webinar to learn how TIBCO’s Smart Manufacturing solutions can help you overcome these challenges. You will also see a demonstration of TIBCO technology in action around improving yield and optimizing processes while also saving costs. What You Will Learn: Applying advanced analytics & machine learning / AI techniques to optimize complex manufacturing processes How multi-variate statistical process control can help to detect deviations from a baseline How to monitor in real time the OEE and produce a 360 view of your factory The webinar also highlights customer case studies from our clients who have already successfully implemented process optimization models. Speakers:
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TIBCO Software
Published By: TIBCO Software GmbH     Published Date: Jan 15, 2019
Whether you know it as Industry 4.0, the 4th Industrial Revolution, or Smart Industry, Manufacturing is going through a deep transformation, with changes that are centered around digitalization. While most industries are already on this digitalization path, the disruption is more visible and pronounced in manufacturing because it is expanding virtual data and processes into environments that have been fundamentally about physical products. This transformation has already started, and its impact is expected to be massive. Technical, economic, and social changes are expected across the whole manufacturing ecosystem, with jobs shifting from offshoring back to nearshoring. Strong technology elements driving this digital revolution include 3D printing, robotizing and automation, smart factory with IoT and machine learning, and supply chain digitization. Their impact is profound.
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Published By: TIBCO Software GmbH     Published Date: Jan 22, 2019
The Internet of Things (IoT) didn’t just connect everything everywhere; It laid the groundwork for the next industrial revolution. Connected devices sending data was only one achievement of the IoT—but one that helped solve the problem of data spread across countless silos that was not collected because it was too voluminous and/or too expensive to analyze. Now, with advances in cloud computing and analytics, cheaper and more scalable factory solutions are available. This, in combination with the cost and size of sensors continuously being reduced, supplies the other achievement: the possibility for every organization to digitally transform. Using a Smart Factory system, all relevant data is aggregated, analyzed, and acted upon. Sensors, devices, people, and processes are part of a connected ecosystem providing: • Reduced downtime • Minimized surplus and defects • Deep insights • End-to-end real-time visibility
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Published By: Schneider Electric     Published Date: Apr 23, 2019
After buzzing Industry 4.0 all over the media by all OT and IT experts, today, a few key concepts seem to unveil the potential that the industry believes is behind Industry 4.0. These include: Smart Machines, Smart Factory, cyber physical systems, Everything-as-a-Service and a few technologies like OPC UA, cloud and data analytics. Clearly, they are the innovation drivers and must-haves for every vendor of automation products that want to be recognized as leaders or challengers. Sooner or later they will become standards and used by followers and niche players, but the key question for the market of automation suppliers is not who is first in developing and providing all the nice concepts and technologies, but who is creating and combining them in the right way so that they can be turned into new revenue streams. We keep in mind that competitive advantages can be achieved through increasing operational efficiency, but the better way is through strategic uniqueness. Companies which ar
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industry 4.0, iiot, smart machines, smart manufacturing, business models
    
Schneider Electric
Published By: Mitutoyo     Published Date: Aug 24, 2018
Today’s factory intelligence is the collaborative orchestration of people and machines. By blending intelligence from multiple sources, factories are truly becoming smarter. But it’s not just about the machines. Rather, people are improving machines through a true partnership that turns human experience into smarter machines. This shift marks a re?orientation to a thought process that’s more natural to people. After decades of working with 2D blueprints, designs and dimensioned drawings, factory intelligence leverages 3D models that are easier for people to comprehend and use. Plus, many people find more satisfaction in intelligent factory work that challenges them to manage relationships among machines, rather than repeatedly working on a single piece in a line. In smarter factories, people direct machines to adjust for shifting customer requirements and market demands.
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factory intelligence, 3d models, market demands, model-based enterprise, supply chain, precision metrology, cmm
    
Mitutoyo
Published By: Cisco     Published Date: Sep 27, 2018
As the world of traditional manufacturing fuses with information technology, organizations are tapping into a level of technical orchestration never attainable before. Symphonies of systems facilitate real - time interactions of people, machines, assets, systems, and things. This is the Smart Factory; the factory ecosystem of the future. It is an application of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) built with sets of hardware and software that collectively enable processes to govern themselves through machine learning and cognitive computing
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Published By: Zebra Technologies     Published Date: Jun 13, 2016
Read on to find out how modern day technologies can provide a foundation for organisations to converge physical manufacturing with digital manufacturing, enabling you to better see and mange the entire ecosystem of your production facilities.
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digital manufacturing, best practices, asset management
    
Zebra Technologies
Published By: TIBCO Software     Published Date: Sep 12, 2018
The Internet of Things (IoT) didn’t just connect everything everywhere; It laid the groundwork for the next industrial revolution. Connected devices sending data was only one achievement of the IoT—but one that helped solve the problem of data spread across countless silos that was not collected because it was too voluminous and/or too expensive to analyze. Now, with advances in cloud computing and analytics, cheaper and more scalable factory solutions are available. This, in combination with the cost and size of sensors continuously being reduced, supplies the other achievement: the possibility for every organization to digitally transform. Using a Smart Factory system, all relevant data is aggregated, analyzed, and acted upon. Sensors, devices, people, and processes are part of a connected ecosystem providing: • Reduced downtime • Minimized surplus and defects • Deep insights • End-to-end real-time visibility
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internet of things, connected ecosystem, big data, operations monitoring, process control, analytical techniques
    
TIBCO Software
Published By: Schneider Electric     Published Date: May 03, 2018
Before creating new technologies, we must think about how to create the right values to be also able to sell it. All the technology that is required for “Industry 4.0” is available today already, so in fact Industry 4.0 can be seen more than an innovation driver for new businesses that are not exploited today, than an innovation driver for technology. If these existing technologies are assembled properly together and combined with the right business models, there is really good chance to profit from Industry 4.0. This white paper looks into the ways one can profit from Industry 4.0 by differentiating through new business models.
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smart machines, industry 4.0, smart factory, iiot, opc ua, data, analytics, machine services, revenue models, business models, industrial automation
    
Schneider Electric
Published By: Schneider Electric     Published Date: May 03, 2018
Wireless technology is increasingly used in machine safety applications. New solutions introduce mobility and offer higher levels of flexibility and safety for plant floor operators. This eBook explores how modern wireless implementations can increase user safety and mobility, reduce installation costs, and boost productivity.
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safety, wireless, efficiency, smart machines, machine safety, productivity, security, cybersecurity, industrial automation, plant, factory
    
Schneider Electric
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