Why this shop floor device is crucial for manufacturing productions.
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The integration of KUKA robots into SAP's digital manufacturing showcase at Hannover Messe is driven by comprehensive standard protocols, such as OPC Unified Architecture.
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ABB and IBM (NYSE:IBM) today announced a strategic collaboration that brings together ABBs industry leading digital offering, ABB Ability, with IBM Watson Internet of Things cognitive capabilities to unlock new value for customers in utilities, industry and transport & infrastructure.
Type A Machines Introduces Series 1 Pro with Flexible, Removable Build Surface and Adaptive Auto-Leveling
New features bring unprecedented ease-of-use and increased throughput to 3D printing, without compromising part geometry.
Industry 4.0: a new level of quality Bosch presents connected solutions for higher process and product safety at interpack 2017
• Focus on highest product quality for end consumers and patients • Transparent and safe processes thanks to machine data in real-time • Future-proof serialization - for pharmaceuticals and food products
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There's a major shift undergoing in the industrial marketplace. While traditional methods of manual work have transformed itself to automation, and physical prototyping to virtual prototyping, there is also a big change in the segment of sales.
• HUMANufacturing: humans and machines working side-by-side • Worldwide premiere of the e.DO "people make robotics" professional robot kit • European launch of the Agile AGV • AURA collaborative robots • Robot Application Park demonstration • Targeted Digital Manufacturing training seminars
While automation in factory floors continues to grow, manufacturers often find their hands-on workforce left behind, using paper and legacy technology. Manufacturers are seeing an enormous need to empower their workforce with intuitive digital tools.
Part of the SAP Leonardo portfolio for the Internet of Things (IoT), SAP Distributed Manufacturing provides a scalable process for manufacturers to collaborate with 3D printing companies, service and materials providers, and OEMs in open or private environments.
Siemens Mobility Overcomes Time and Cost Barriers of Traditional Low Volume Production for German Rail Industry with Stratasys 3D Printing
-Significant reduction in lead times for customized final production parts from weeks to days with Stratasys FDM 3D printing, while high tooling costs are eradicated -Ability to 3D print one-off parts for German transport services provider, SWU Verkehr GmbH, enables Siemens Mobility to provide customized tram replacement parts 'on demand, eliminating unnecessary inventory costs -Video: Learn how Siemens Mobility is overcoming time and cost barriers of traditional low volume production with Stratasys 3D printing
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For manufacturers adhering to regulations like International Traffic in Arms (ITAR), Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) and other security and compliance requirements, the ability to monitor disparate machines, each with a unique control system and communication protocol with varying ages, can make continuous improvement initiatives challenging in the cloud. The Scytec DataXchange solution, available through Shop Floor Automations, resolves these issues by leveraging AWS GovCloud to capture real-time, Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) data from a variety of equipment - from lasers and press brakes, to saws and robots - through universal machine connections to give teams full transparency on the shop floor through an architected secure cloud solution for a total smart factory transformation.