The medical devices made today involve the machining of increasingly complex, high value-added parts, driving manufacturers to evolve rapidly to improve their production capabilities and maintain their competitive edge.
Mobility technology is transforming the smart manufacturing environment. This trend is accelerated by the IIoT and Industry 4.0 initiatives, whose goals include empowering an intelligent enterprise through a smart, connected automation ecosystem.
When we hear IIoT, the main network that comes to mind is the network connecting enterprise systems and cloud applications. The network of field devices and control systems is equally as important, since the health of this network is critical.
Developed and maintained by the not-for-profit FDT Group, FDT® technology's goal is to empower the intelligent enterprise with open and standardized data-centric integration independent of platform, field communications protocols and devices.
As one of Europe’s leading zinc casting specialists, Zinkteknik aims for utmost quality throughout its portfolio of die-cast parts. These include safety components for seat belt systems in cars, where quality is absolutely critical.