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To be successful, car manufacturers have to be able to assemble thousands of parts in the shortest time possible, at the highest quality thinkable. Increasing competition and customer demands lead to increasingly customized cars, which requires maximum flexibility and availability. In this highly complex industry, decision makers don’t want to focus additionally on power supply – even though power matters. Totally Integrated Power is the customizable and hassle-free solution for power distribution across all voltage levels. This complete portfolio for the automotive industry comprises hard- and software products that ensure the highest power quality while offering all necessary support to help increase energy efficiency. It can be flexibly adapted to all future production processes and integrated into industrial automation systems.
TIP for the automotive industry
Manufacturing plants which are dimensioned both reliably and appropriately and matched with components which harmonize with each other perfectly present a clear advantage. Correctly calculated systems are characterized by higher levels of availability and efficiency. Damage and failures during operation are avoided. Totally Integrated Power can protect resources better, and at the same time ensure a smooth production in combination with the appropriate automation solutions.
The automotive industry is a highly competitive business. With globalization and many players around the world, time-to-market is becoming shorter and shorter, models change more quickly, and the degree of customization in automotive manufacturing is increasing. That’s why automotive plants need to run 24/7 and minimize downtime due to maintenance work in order to stay competitive.
The automotive industry faces growing demands from global competition and increasingly customized client requests, as well as standards, statutory provisions, and regulations. Meeting these demands requires optimized flexibility and availability. Electric power supply plays an important role in these efforts: Optimum power quality must be ensured at all times so production runs smoothly, to the highest quality standards.
The automotive industry is under constant pressure to offer greater variety, while maintaining the same constant quality, at a minimum. Development and production times have to be shorter and energy efficiency increased. Meeting these demands requires that all components and systems work together optimally. Central to these needs is a consistent, end-to-end yet flexible power supply for automotive production that encompasses every area of manufacturing and is viable into the future.
In modern grids, the mixture of centralized and decentralized power generation in combination with multiple infeeds calls for a higher degree of power automation in order to balance the renewable infeed and manage changing circumstances in the power supply. The growing automation of power flows expands the amount of data generated - and with the growing amount of data interfaces the risk for cyber attacks is also growing. In order to get the most from your power supply, it is crucial to monitor, control, and manage all available data; generate specific data that helps prepare you for future challenges without compromising in cyber security issues.
Production prices are increasing and the efficient handling of resources is crucial. Energy is a major cost factor that needs to be managed. It is extremely important in the automotive industry to gain full transparency with regard to power consumption at every stage of the manufacturing process in order to save money.
The integrated power supply solution TIP is being successfully used in many sectors of the automotive industry. Here are a number of reference projects.