What does smart machines mean in the field of industrial manufacturing? The smart connotation implies the ability to collect data.
Particularly, to collect the right data, at the right time, to combine it in the right way, attributing meaning to it, and then using that data to extract valuable information in order to perform the appropriate actions to improve productivity and efficiency, while minimizing waste, energy consumption and downtime on the factory floor.
What are we talking about when we refer to a "smart machines" for industrial manufacturing?
Essentially, a machine that is more connected, more flexible, more efficient and safer, able to adapt perfectly to the requirements of Industry 4.0 and the IIoT (Industrial Internet of Things).
Smart machines and Digital Transformation
The machine builder who intends to successfully migrate to smart machine engineering must carefully consider the integration of smart, Internet-connected devices and components that can enable increasingly automated and digital industrial processes and real-time access to production data.
This is precisely the approach in relation to press control and management in the context of Digital Transformation. For higher productivity, reliable processes, better quality of stamped parts and error-free processing. In other words, to offer added value to customers.
MacBuilder 4.0© is Alleantia's new solution designed for machine and plant builders who want to transform their machines into smart machines to solve problems that need greater efficiency in the use of production assets for the benefit of end customers.
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Don't miss the speech by Antonio Conati Barbaro, COO and Co-Founder of Alleantia, at the SAVE conference organized by EIOM with the title: "From Industry 4.0 to Industry 5.0: towards a new revolution" scheduled on October 27 at 10 am.
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