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WHAT’S NEEDED TO IMPLEMENT TODAY’S INDUSTRIAL IOT ARCHITECTURE
Manufacturing and other industrial environments are starting to reap the productivity benefits of industrial internet of things (IIoT) technologies. Industries are using these adaptive solutions to optimize resource utilization, reduce unplanned downtime, and adapt their manufacturing flow to changing market requirements. Many organizations are now asking not whether to implement an IIoT framework, but how to best implement one. This blog post provides some direction. For maximum operational efficiency and throughput, the Siemens electronics plant in Amberg, Germany, has automated the production of the company’s Simatic programmable logic controllers (PLCs). According to a case study published by IHS in 2018, the plant is so highly automated that “products controlled their own manufacturing processes using a unique barcode to communicate and share requirements with production robots. An individual PLC could then take corrective action to avoid damage in the production process, and automatically replenish components in order to meet delivery deadlines.” Machines handle 75% of the value chain on their own. SUHEL DHANANI READ MORE