These success stories seek to highlight the industry-level challenges faced, the resulting automation and motion control requirements that need to be addressed, the results that can be achieved and the key platform strategy.

The Machine Control Architecture That Adapts to Ever Changing Market Requirements in the IoT Era
The Machine Control Architecture That Adapts to Ever Changing Market Requirements in the IoT Era

Whitepaper from | KINGSTAR

Industry 4.0 is reshaping manufacturing in the same way that Amazon transformed retailing. The  initiative seeks to drive manufacturers and machine builders to integrate all machine automation  and machine controller information. By doing so, machine builders can discover new information-based products and identify opportunities to build smarter factories capable of automatically taking corrective or optimizing actions.

These White Papers from KINGSTAR provide valuable success stories and insights into how Industry 4.0 is creating new product opportunities for machine builder companies and how to capatalize and prepare your company to take advantage of these new opportunities.

 

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