MANUFACTURING

 

There is no doubt that the Internet of Things impacts all sectors, but the most immediate vertical industry to be effected by this technology is manufacturing. This new industrial revolution is not only transforming business models, but also increasing output, automating processes, improves quality, providing a significant increase in savings and efficiencies while opening potential new revenue streams.

 

Automotive, retail, electronics, chemical production, and robotized factories are just a few examples of different manufacturing verticals that are already applying IoT in their businesses.

 

In our dedicated ‘Manufacturing’ track, top industry experts will present success stories of how IoT impacts the manufacturing sector. Use cases will include topics such as digital twin and digital thread, asset tracking and optimization, additive manufacturing, success stories from discrete vs. process industries, model based-engineering, in-factory to in-field shop flow smart device deployment, and remote operating centers.

THEMES

Discrete vs. Process
Digital Twin/Digital Thread
Additive Manufacturing
Model-based Engineering
In-Factory to In-Field (PLM/Shop Floor to Deployed Smart Devices)
Remote Operating Center (ROC)
Integrating Legacy to Edge

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CASE STUDIES

ABB: Amplifying the Power of Robots through the Internet of Things:

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Jabil uses Microsoft IoT to create a digital, intelligent, and predictive factory:

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