Digital transformation can change manufacturing, but companies need to invest in cybersecurity knowledge and training to make it viable.
With industrial digital transformation as the theme, the 2021 Hannover Messe Digital Edition kicked off a week of more than 1,500 program activities with more than 500 speakers, April 12-16, covering trends in industry, energy and logistics with experts from business, science and industry. See the 2021 Hermes Award winner.
Edge solutions deliver data insights that increase uptime
Industrial Internet of Things doesn’t replace, but works together with automation, human-machine interface (HMI), MES, ERP, enterprise manufacturing intelligence (EMI), and analytics, adding benefits.
Technology ranges from the simple to the sophisticated
Industry 4.0 might seem daunting and expensive, but manufacturers can make it practical without getting bogged down in details.
The future of manufacturing lies in flexible, efficient and high-performance production that leverages data-driven intelligence and this can be achieved by implementing network technologies that utilize time-sensitive networking (TSN) functionalities.
Communications and power metering capabilities built in
Modern team communication technologies boost productivity and safety
The COVID-19 pandemic has supercharged the demand for digital offerings and Industry 4.0 technology