ABB Ability Data Analytics metals provides data integration, monitoring, data analytics and optimisation in a single platform.
Businesses need to minimise the negative effects of retiring workers by upskilling existing employees and attracting talented young people to roles in industry.
Australian manufacturers face significant challenges in the years to come and need to consider leveraging the latest technologies to increase efficiency, reduce costs and bring new products to market faster and more successfully.
The so-called new paradigm in manufacturing — the Industrial Internet of Things — has a problem: how to best use the data.
From 'can make' to 'can do': three strategic approaches to help seize the opportunity in rapid industry change18 May, 2016 by Antony Bourne, Industry Director, Global Manufacturing, IFS
Selling capabilities, not just products, is one of three strategic approaches that can help manufacturers capitalise on key changes transforming their market and industry. What are the other two?
While a universal definition of the (Industrial) Internet of Things (IIoT) has yet to be agreed upon, what is clear is that its value has evolved, becoming greater as a result of new supporting technologies and frameworks.
Embracing the power of big data can help manufacturers be more competitive and improve efficiencies.
The plight of many manufacturing companies has been well reported in recent years. Gone are the heady days of the 1960s when manufacturing was contributing over 25% of Australia's GDP, with that figure now at below 10%.
Proficy Workflow Version 2.1 software digitises and streamlines production, with one tool, and is designed to integrate business and production processes across systems and departments for reliable, repeatable process execution.
Wonderware Intelligence connects, collects, aggregates and contextualises operational metrics into a single and open information model and database in near real time and now offers improved concurrent licensing.
The transaction is anticipated to close by 31 May 2012.
The Rockwell Software ERP Integration Gateway application is designed to allow plants to more easily and cost-effectively exchange transactions and execute business processes across the plant floor and business systems in real time.
FactoryTalk VantagePoint EMI business intelligence software for manufacturing provides information in web-based dashboards and reports on key performance indicators from multiple manufacturing and business data sources to allow manufacturers to better monitor and manage productivity in real time. The software also allows them to make more insightful decisions about business priorities such as product quality, equipment utilisation and supply-chain management.
Advanced enterprise integration applications enable companies to leverage real-time information exchange between the business layer and the production layer to increase operational efficiency.
Invensys Operations Management has released Wonderware Intelligence Software 1.0. This enterprise manufacturing intelligence (EMI) solution is intended to enable customers to contextualise, aggregate and report both historian and operational data using role-based dashboards, presenting key performance indicators (KPIs) and real-time operational business metrics that are used to monitor, tune and optimise operations and supply chains.