Smart Factory Technology is becoming a high priority for industry leaders, as we enter a fourth industrial revolution. The question becomes where to start the Smart Factory transition. Beginning with small incremental steps that increase digitalization within the factory certainly makes sense, but complexities around budgeting, data sharing, compliance, and how to operationalize technology investments create challenges for many companies. Current events have certainly underscored the need for optimization of manufacturing and logistics facilities.
How does a Digital Twin of your site help?
Smart Factory Technology like digital twins, connected sensors, and data sharing & analysis can help to streamline plant operations. The industrial floor of today is quickly becoming a human-machine collaboration with systems that communicate across the enterprise and exchange data in real-time. Seeing every point of the process allows a new level of customization and personalization for customers. It’s a true differentiator and it’s happening – ready or not.