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What does the Internet of Things do?

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Industry 4.0

Industry 4.0 offers countless opportunities for German companies. But it means that medium-sized companies, in particular, have to master new challenges. For instance, a smart factory is not built on intelligent machines alone.

Can you imagine production plants that exchange information with other areas of the factory and, if necessary, request help from a technician independently? In Industry 4.0, this vision becomes reality. Thanks to state-of-the-art communication technology, machine production systems can now network to form a self-learning system called a smart factory.

And this modern-day industrial revolution is built upon the Internet of Things, which enables uninterrupted exchange of data between all the stakeholders – from the manufacturing robot through warehousing to the microchip. This connects production and logistics processes – and our industry becomes smarter, more efficient and more sustainable.

 

Source: https://www.hannovermesse.de/en/news/key-topics/industrie-4.0/

AN AWAKENING IN THE
NETWORKED INDUSTRY

Major priority with major investments

We are facing a period of massive transformation, during which entire operating procedures will change. To remain competitive, it is important to be flexible and individual in terms of production and logistics. Here’s a quick insight into the current facts:

What is the Internet of Things?

The term Internet of Things refers to the ever-increasing interconnectedness between intelligent objects and the Internet – both among each other as well as with the outside. Various objects, everyday items and machines are equipped with processors and embedded sensors to enable them to communicate with each other via the IP network. One example of this phenomenon is smart living, in which lamps turn on automatically at fixed times of day.

 

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IN THE FRENZY OF TRENDS
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Smart Factory:

TRENDS

In the smart factory, the production processes are networked and machines, interfaces and components communicate with each other. Numerous data can be collected, which means that the production process can be optimized. For example, big data supports process optimization by using image analysis and image recognition.

SOLUTIONS

We offer you integrated digital media technology and interactive touchpoints in every production.

Machine Learning:

TRENDS

Machine learning makes it possible to make predictions based on large amounts of data. This branch of artificial intelligence is based on pattern recognition and has the ability to independently generate knowledge from experience. This technology is used in industrial processes.

SOLUTIONS

Our main task is often to make complex content tangible. We offer you a multi-layered opportunity to showcase your machines and processes in the best possible light.

Predictive Maintenance:

TRENDS

In the “old days”, a production facility had to break before it was repaired. Today, intelligent systems detect a malfunction early on, before it occurs. Predictive maintenance can save huge costs and open up new business models.

SOLUTIONS

Permanent project teams provide international support for our clients and assist you all the way from design to execution. We analyze your concerns in advance and develop solutions together with you.

Logistic 4.0:

TRENDS

Logistics 4.0 has the same importance for supply chains as Industry 4.0 does for factories. It enables companies to monitor their value creation and supply chains even more seamlessly and to make them significantly more efficient overall.

SOLUTIONS

Our central procurement division, professional logistics management staff and experienced assembly teams help to ensure that everything runs smoothly. We also offer state-of-the-art warehousing facilities as well as our own client material warehouse covering more than 200,000 square feet.

Source: 
https://www.hannovermesse.de/en/news/key-topics/industrie-4.0/

TRADE FAIRS THAT SHIFT
THE INDUSTRY:

Industry 4.0 is live