Posted on January 30, 2017 - ( views)
Traditional business models face an increasing pressure through digitization and new disruptive technologies. The traditional IT hierarchy that saw ERP software at the top of any common IT infrastructure is going to be replaced through a network of connected components, including applications, but also machines, single sensors and any data source that provides value.
Many organizations seek to further automate their production chain, driven by cost pressure and often a lack of skilled staff. One of the key challenges is a software-enabled communication between the different machines, triggered by human interaction, defined conditions or sensor data.
abas Software shows a robot simulation including two machines that carry out one task by effectively communicating over the ERP software.
Visitors to LIGNA 2017 (22 to 26 May) will get a close-up view of the innovations that are driving this trend
The main topics examined at the "Industrie 4.0 meets the Industrial Internet Forum" in 2017 are predictive maintenance, humans and work, SMEs, and users
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