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Orchestrated Manufacturing


In the age of Industry 4.0, manufacturing processes
are orchestrated through digital interactions.
A new generation of systems is providing real-time,
autonomic interactions between machines, systems, assets and things.

See what the future holds.

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ORCHESTRATED MANUFACTURING


 
 
 

Engineers use additive manufacturing techniques in plastics, metal, construction materials and chemicals to design innovative products and parts and reduce material costs.

 
Product Lifecycle Management Solutions

Engineers rapidly adapt to changes in the market and design customizable and highly individualized products using configurable, connected systems.

 
Cybersecurity in Manufacturing

IT staff applies comprehensive but efficient cybersecurity approaches to protect connected systems and proprietary information in a rapidly changing threat environment.

 
 

Supply chain managers use connected, cloud-based systems to rapidly add new suppliers and expand into new geographies and support mergers and acquisitions

 
SUCCESS STORY: Flight Analysis Designed for Big Data

Analysis of product sensor data gives engineers and service managers insight into ways to further optimize product performance in the real world.

 

Connected products enable manufacturers to reduce the number and duration of field service calls, improve uptime and first-time fix rates, and effectively compete for aftermarket services.

 

Cloud-based infrastructure, Platform- and Software as a Service enable IT staff to rapidly implement systems, lower development costs and achieve faster returns on investment.

 

Regulatory changes are quickly adopted and continuously monitored throughout the global digital workplace to ensure compliance.

 

Real-time monitoring of energy usage, commodity prices and demand forecasts enables more efficient buying and selling of electricity, natural gas and other energy sources.

ORCHESTRATED MANUFACTURING

In the age of Industry 4.0, manufacturing processes are orchestrated through digital interactions. A new generation of systems is providing real-time, autonomic interactions between machines, systems, assets and things. See what the future holds.

 
 
 

make

Operations managers rely on sensors and machine-to-machine integration to control self-adjusting systems and generate data for predictive analytics to reduce and manage downtime.

 

make

Production line managers use real-time intelligence from systems and external sources to make proactive judgments affecting the manufacturing value chain.

 
 

Move

Real-time supply chain integration enables manufacturers to digitally adjust production processes to meet the dynamic shifts in demand or in response to changes in the supply chain.

 

Move

Location mapping and logistics track assets, locate people, monitor operations, remotely visualize complex or extended infrastructure and optimize service support.

 

Location-based technologies such as GPS and RFID track assets, tools, people and goods globally.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

support

Digitized systems provide self-healing mechanisms and autonomic service capabilities that minimize unplanned downtime and reduce the need for on-site service visits.

 
Mobility and Field Services

Connected products enable manufacturers to reduce the number and duration of field service calls, improve uptime and first-time fix rates, and effectively compete for aftermarket services.

 
Cloud and Infrastructure as a Service

Cloud-based infrastructure, Platform- and Software as a Service enable IT staff to rapidly implement systems, lower development costs and achieve faster returns on investment.

 
 
 
 
 
 

synchronize

Employee teams throughout the organization test and implement disruptive technologies to increase efficiencies in production and services.

 
CIO and Connected Consumers

Real-time analysis of external data such as social media, consumer, weather and other sources enables a rapid response to changes that impact sourcing, manufacturing, distribution and sales.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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