Responsive, Adaptive, Connected Manufacturing


About - Smart Factory


The smart factory represents a leap forward from more traditional automation to a fully connected and flexible system—one that can use a constant stream of data from connected operations and production systems to learn and adapt to new demands. A smart factory is a highly digitized and connected production facility that relies on smart manufacturing. Thought to be the so-called factory of the future and still in its infancy, the concept of the smart factory is considered an important outcome of the fourth industrial revolution, or Industry 4.0. Used by manufacturing companies, a smart factory works by employing technology such as artificial intelligence (AI), robotics, analytics, big data and the internet of things (IoT) and can run largely autonomously with the ability to self-correct. Yet, the core value of the smart factory still happens within the four walls of the plant. The structure of a smart factory can include a combination of production, information, and communication technologies, with the potential for integration across the entire manufacturing supply chain. All these disparate parts of production can be connected via the IoT (Internet of Things) or other types of advanced integrated circuits (IC’s), which enable sensing, measurement, control, and communication of everything that’s happening throughout the manufacturing process.

We help accelerate smart manufacturing initiatives to drive continuous improvement, knowledge transfer and data-based decision making. We help companies move away from paper and spreadsheets – and guide them digitally through their work processes. We use wireless sensors and cutting-edge IIoT technology to capture, analyse and visualise KPI’s in real-time, so that you can spend more time fixing losses than finding them.


Better Decisions in Complex Environments

Our Expertise in Smart Factory

  • Holistic Smart Factory Concepts.
  • Technology and Digitization Roadmaps.
  • Integration of Industry 4.0 and Lean Approaches.
  • Design of the Process and Structural Organisation.
  • Implementation of Data Analytics and Data Management.
  • Planning and Development of Digital Twins.
  • Design and Introduction of Digital Shop Floor Management.
  • intercompany Integration and Smart Logistics.
  • Introduction of Predictive Maintenance and Real-Time Control.

Smart Factory Adoption Process

  • Assessment Aligned to Business Priorities.
    • Outline the organization’s mission, programs, resources, and needed support areas
    • Identify what’s working well and what needs to be adjusted
    • Identify how these adjustments should be made and determine the best approach
    • Include the adjustments as strategies in the strategic plan and roadmap with an alignment path
  • Solution Architecture
  • Solution architecture is the process of developing solutions based on predefined processes, guidelines and best practices with the objective that the developed solution fits within the enterprise architecture in terms of information architecture, system portfolios, integration requirements and many more.

    • Finding the best tech solution among all possible to solve the existing business problems.
    • Describing the structure, characteristics, behavior, and other aspects of software to project stakeholders.
    • Defining features, phases, and solution requirements.
    • Providing specifications according to which the solution is defined, managed, and delivered.
  • Prioritization & Roadmap
  • In order to achieve our goals, we need to be clear on what the purpose of prioritizing product features is. There are two approaches to prioritizing product features:

    • You prioritize the features and initiatives that you, your team, or your stakeholders think would be a good idea—and hope that it works out.
    • You start by figuring out which features have the highest engagement and which ones don’t get used. Then you identify which steps in your workflow cause the biggest drop offs—where users are getting stuck. And finally, seek to understand your users’ needs, their sources of hesitation, and the conversations going on in their minds.
  • Continuous Feedback & Realignment
  • The benefits of feedback are manifold.

    • It helps people improve themselves and the quality of their work.
    • It points out problem areas or issues.
    • It engenders loyalty among employees.

    Reasons Why Factories Need the Smart Factory Platform

  • Flawless Integration
  • Enterprise grade integration mechanisms ensure easy adaptation of existing workflows, business processes and information systems.

  • Faster Development
  • Create new processes with ease and add business applications through common interfaces for faster development.

  • Optimum Security
  • Secure data received from all sources of your IoT ecosystem with state-of-the-art data security systems.

  • Automation
  • Operate and maintain device and data tasks by automating business processes and save management costs.

  • Interoperability
  • Accelerate time to market, reduce cost deployment and maintenance costs of IoT solutions by utilizing interoperable technologies.

  • Centralized Access
  • Single point for adapting protocols and data models for gathering the information and managing the communications.

Stages of Smart Factory Setup

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