A Fiat 500 under assembly at the automakerrsquos plant in Pomigliano Italy where more than 600 Comau SpA robots help achieve a high degree of modularity and simplify maintenance

A Fiat 500 under assembly at the automaker’s plant in Pomigliano, Italy, where more than 600 Comau SpA robots help achieve a high degree of modularity and simplify maintenance.

IT and OT Converging in the Factory of the Future

Technology, innovation, and advanced manufacturing capabilities are the agents of change that you need to understand, and embrace Tools for savings, improved capabilities Right time to invest Thin margins, volatile supply chains Get started toward “the Future”

The “Factory of the Future” is being built on technology, innovation, and advanced manufacturing capabilities. But what is it, exactly? And what are the technologies you need to know about to help your manufacturing company embrace the change? Keep reading to find out.

The definition of the Factory of the Future is evolving; even the name is in flux. Some call it Smart Manufacturing, Industry 4.0, or the Digital Enterprise. While the terms vary, there’s one thing that is cle

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