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A digital revolution is transforming today’s factories. By merging cloud computing with real-time data and advanced analytics, manufacturing is making an historic leap forward through digitalization.
Digitalization creates substantial productivity increases for food manufacturers across the entire value chain, from design and engineering to sales, production and service. As a result, companies pursuing this transformation anticipate an average of an 18% increase in efficiency. Despite the inevitable evolution, fewer than half of manufacturing leaders consider themselves ready for digitalization.
Marco Island, FL, June 25, 2018
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The data challenge
Going digital means updating a legacy install base of machinery and instruments that are inflexible and sometimes even isolated from the network. This change is underway across the industry. First, Ethernet proliferates across the plant floor, so does the connectivity and communication between systems. Second, the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is adding intelligence to instrumentation and other devices allowing for more available data.
But the problem is not solved. Once manufacturers have a way to transmit information from “smart devices” they then have to figure out how to aggregate and analyze that data – as companies will have massive amounts of information coursing through the plant, enterprise and supply chain.
Thriving candy buyer, packager, and reseller adds manufacturing to reduce supply chain issues
Addition of confectionery production line integrated with Siemens PLC and HMI technologies
Versatility of equipment and technology gives ability to make a wide range of products with minimal spent on tooling
The brewery’s packaging equipment needed to process up to 1,000 cases of beer per minute
Siemens and Applied Controls helped the OEM migrate the brewery from legacy equipment
OEM credited compatibility, interoperability and configurability of the TIA portfolio for migration success
You are the expert on your business. So, just think how unstoppable you will be with your expertise combined with ours. We have answers to come alongside and help no matter where you are in your journey to modernize and transform.