From the Steam Engine to the Smart Factory


The ‘Internet of Things’ and ‘Industry 4.0’ are two terms that are increasingly used in discussions, in specialist publications and even in the daily press. New buzzwords? Or a concise description of the future of automated production? Whatever you think, the two visions are much closer to implementation than many realize.

Smart Factory - IU 26 Spotlight

IU Magazine Article

Smart Factory - IU 26 Spotlight

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  • Predictive Maintenance

    Know today, which part might be broken tomorrow? Forward thinking maintenance makes this possible. More efficient production with predictive maintenance.

  • SCADA Security for the Smart Factory

    How secure is your SCADA? Prepare your SCADA system for potential cyber threats and external vulnerabilities.

  • Industry 4.0

    Does the thought of Industry 4.0 intimidate you? We equip you with all you need for an ergonomic transition to the Smart Factory.

  • Energy Management for the Smart Factory of...

    What actually makes a production plant into a smart factory? An essential component is energy management.

  • Horizontal and Vertical Integration with zenon

    Produce with greater flexibility, react more quickly and, in doing so, become even more efficient – with minimal consumption of resources of course.

  • On the Road to the Smart Factory

    Future concepts of cyber-physical systems and the Internet of Things in production involve discussions of fully networked, self-organizing production systems.

  • Smart Automotive Production

    Vertical and horizontal networking as a success factor in smart automobile production.

Information Unlimited Magazine - Vol. 26

IU Magazine

Information Unlimited Magazine - Vol. 26

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Industry 4.0

Fact Sheet

Industry 4.0

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Industrial Security


Industrial Security

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