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Industry 4.0

Knowledge base: Digital Factory - The route to an autonomous factory

Data and automation are playing an increasingly important role in new business models. Industries are getting smarter as machines, products, services and people are constantly connected and sharing information. This time we look at what Industry 4.0 can mean for your factory, addressing the following questions, among others:

  • What phases does Industry 4.0 consist of?
  • What are the differences of an Industry 4.0 implementation for batch, continuous and discrete processes?
  • Is an autonomous production process realistic and what does it mean for your operators?
  • What technologies or innovations can you use to make the move to Industry 4.0?
  • How do you make the first step?
Smarter industries

We are currently in the midst of the rise of Industry 4.0 (Smart Industries). The fourth industrial revolution has everything to do with Internet of Things, data-driven work and automation of manufacturing processes. Industries are getting smarter as machines, products, services and people are constantly connected and sharing information.

Making your factory smarter using new developments and technologies is proving to be a huge challenge. Technological developments follow each other at a rapid pace and you have a wide range of options to choose from. But what will be most beneficial in your situation? What choices should or should not you make? What practical experiences are already available? As a supplier of industrial technology solutions, ICT Group will be happy to help you on your way.

Speakers

Leendert Mijnders - Senior Business Consultant at ICT Group

Innovations are giving factories more and more opportunities to improve their operational quality and keep up with changes in the market faster. But what do these innovations mean for the availability of your factory? How do they affect production processes and how do you ensure continuity?

As Senior Business Consultant, Leendert Mijnders has been helping large international companies for over 10 years to bring IT and OT together in a connected factory and with the transformation to a smart factory. With a combination of knowledge and experience he supports in improving business processes and realizing digital ambitions.

 

ICT Netherlands is a supplier of total solutions in the field of industrial automation. As an experienced provider of industrial technology solutions, ICT aims to make the world a step smarter every day.

Our dedicated technical professionals provide our clients with services in consulting, software development, project-based solutions and managed services.

ICT Netherlands: Creating A Smarter World

ICT Netherlands is a supplier of total solutions in the field of industrial automation
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