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I absolutely agree with the view of Desault Systems. Basically it describes the two mega trends in manufacturing. On the the business side we see “servitization”. Servitization describes the transition to a service based business model even for the the traditional manufacturing sector. On the technology side we see the trend of Integration and Automation. This is the foundation for the transformation to a service business. We see this in the development that more and more products geht smarter. From smart production lines over smarter meters to smart razorblades that self optimize. Now take a look:
The rules of the game have changed: The way goods are produced today is completely different, and so are the goods produced.
With the new trend in technology, consumers can now influence design and control production, and manufacturers are now able to adapt quickly to specific consumer demands. This shift is particularly exciting for consumers who are able to see the results of their input taken into consideration. Gone are the days for manufacturers who may be threatened by consumer feedback. Today the technology exists for the development and creation processes to engage consumers earlier to poll for their ideas and opinions. Consumers can become a part of the development process.
The evolution lead manufacturing to face other new challenges such as mass-customization, sustainability and 3D printing . Thus, factories have to be adapted and smarter to improve the consumer experience. Internet of Things, Big Data analytic and remote control are one of the key factors and must be supported by an efficient business process management to connect machines and real time data together. Then, OEMs will be able to answer glocal needs and lower time-to-market, cost while producing high quality products and/or services. Those who embrace this approach are ready to enter the 4th Industrial Revolution.
I found a nice Industrie 4.0 Smarter Industry Use Cases from ABB. Their 3D KPI solution for 800xA supports plant operations and stakeholders in making the right decisions. The 3D KPI visualizes a plant’s key performance indicators together with ERP information in real time multi-touch display environment. Everything from economic performance to production efficiency and quality values are available in a virtual 3D model of the plant. ABB claims the following benefits:
- Accessible information anytime
- Save time with automatic data collection
- Improved collaboration at all levels
See for yourself and access how useful this is. I think this is a nice tool. But it is not an Industrie 4.0 Solution as ABB claims. It can only be part of an Industrie 4.0 Solution. Next week I will discuss with you what actually is needed for an Industrie 4.0 / Smarter Industry Solution.
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The Internet becomes globally faster and we in Germany have increased as well. This was reported in a recently publication by the Akamai “the State of the Internet” report. However, we are not grown in comparison to other nations so quickly. Germany was in April, on place 19 with 6.0 Mbit / s on average, we are now only number 22 in comparison with 7.3 Mbit / s on average.
Leader still remains South Korea, followed by Japan. Our neighbor Switzerland jumped from 5th to 3rd place – from 8.7 Mbit / s on average to 11 Mbit / s and the Netherlands (10.1 Mbit / s), Czech Republic (9.8 Mbit / s) and Latvia (10.6 Mbit / s) are faster. To blame for the slow german data connection remains the slow progressive development of broadband networks. Based on the facts Germany can not be expected to catch up in the foreseeable future to the digital world.
This is bad news for Industrie 4.0 as it heavily relies on the improvement of the broadband infrastructure.