Companies say their Open Integrated Factory is designed to help people understand Industry 4.0 concepts
What will manufacturing processes of the future look like, and what will be their defining features?
Festo Didactic and SAP created the Open Integrated Factory giving an example on how shop floor and a Manufacturing Execution System can be linked successfully in the era of Industry 4.0.
Work pieces in Festo Didactic’s CP Factory “tell” the machine how they should be processed. Continue reading Festo and SAP combine to offer insight into the future of manufacturing
Huawei has partnered with Festo to jointly explore the 5G network application of manufacturing and to promote the digital transformation of the manufacturing industry with 5G slicing technology.
5G slicing refers to the practice of segmenting a portion of the 5G network for a specific client or requirement – it’s like what cloud computing is to the internet.
The agreement between Huawei and Festo is based on 5G cloud robotics to test the “robot as a service” concept, or RaaS, which is part of the manufacturing digital transformation that supports the shift from mass production to mass customizing and offers value-based services in smart factories. Continue reading Huawei and Festo link up for smart manufacturing and robotics as a service based on 5G slicing