The Internet of Things (IoT) and Big Data offer companies the ability to aggregate existing data sources, gain visibility into new data, and identify patterns through analytics to make better business decisions.
Technology isn’t standing still. But while all of us are used to the rapid pace of change of IT, it might be a surprise to realise just how much ordinary manufacturing technologies are changing, as well.
Leading provider of Manufacturing Operation Management Solutions, Cimlogic has published five simple tips designed to help improve manufacturing efficiency, and which can be easily acted upon immediately.
To provide a blueprint for you to build your PdM deployment around, Dell has developed a flexible
architecture centered on the Edge Gateway 5000® with partners including SAP and ifm for a complete
In manufacturing, transportation, energy, or any asset-intensive field, downtime and shrinking MTBF (mean time between failures) are the enemies, topped only by outright system failure. All three greatly increase overhead. And so does crisis maintenance.
Manufacturers have been collecting and storing data for years, but now big data technologies enable more constructive use of this information, such as to increase throughput, boost yields, improve efficiency, and reduce downtime.
2017 could be when the concept of the smart factory becomes a widespread reality, according to YCF – a not-for-profit organisation committed to supporting the manufacturing industry and its supply chain.
Revolution is in the air. Smart factories of the future will need to be innovative, nimble and smart; constantly changing and improving on the back of intelligent use of data. Professor Robert Harrison explains the challenges and opportunities for forward-thinking manufacturers.