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Over the past 70 years, we have witnessed a massive increase in consumer and B2B customer demand. According to Statista’s recent analyst report, the smart factory market will grow to about $244.8 billion U.S. dollars by 2024, a compound annual

There are several advantages of using an industrial data platform. They include: 1. Consolidated Data: In a data platform, data is consolidated in one place in the cloud. This consolidation means all databases can use the same service to render insights

United States manufacturers are at an important crossroads for innovation. Technology is accelerating at an incredible pace and mid-sized manufacturers must modernize operations to stay competitive. Real-time actionable data from machines is the most valuable ‘currency’ for modern manufacturers by

Manufacturers, from automotive to electronics, recognize the need to evolve their factories into flexible, customer-centric operations. The benefits are too strong to ignore. Once digitally transformed, factories can bring information technology (IT) and operations technology (OT) together to deliver the

Smart Factory initiatives – main driver of manufacturing competitiveness Smart Factory is a concept until recently considered futuristic, but now translated into reality by the existing technologies on the market. Relying on cybernetic systems that communicate with each other, Smart Factory is based

What is the Hidden Factory? The Hidden Factory is a concept that refers to the unseen, or hidden, parts of a manufacturing process that result in quality issues or decrease the efficiency of the operation. What's causing this? It depends on the

Modern enterprises are faced with pressures for accelerated digitalization while effectively using data from and across their systems. Attend this session to watch a live demo led by industry experts and see how IT/OT data systems can be seamlessly integrated

The world of industrial communications is moving forward faster than ever before, with breakthrough technologies quickly taking shape and providing unmatched capabilities as well as performance. These developments are helping to create flexible, responsive, and simplified networks that are enabling

IIoT technologies are driving the manufacturing industry to modernize its software infrastructure to create smart factories. A key motivation in this push to modernize is that real-time data and dynamic decision-making yield meaningful performance improvements for businesses. Current manufacturing infrastructure is