Briefing paper: IEC White Papers flyer – en

Short summary of every published IEC White Paper

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Presentation: IEC and smart manufacturing October 2019

Smart manufacturing, also called industry 4.0 or the industrial internet of things (IIOT) fits into the wider scope of the 4th industrial revolution.
This presentation outlines how IEC contributes to smart manufacturing, points to some of the white papers that cover different aspects of importance for modern manufacturing and highlights cyber security needs.

Briefing paper: IECEE services for industrial automation – en

Automation of manufacturing is increasing around the world. According to the International Federation of Robotics (IFR), it is estimated that more than 1,7 million new industrial robots will be installed globally in factories between 2017 and 2020.

Smart manufacturing is the term used to describe the trend of automation and data exchange in manufacturing technologies.

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Presentation: IEC work for smart manufacturing – EN

The digitalization of manufacturing represents a stepping stone towards the 4th Industrial Revolution, which is also called smart manufacturing or Industry 4.0. This topic will become increasingly important for every manufacturer and every company over the coming years. This presentation provides an overview of IEC work that will enable smart manufacturing and how it fits into the overall Internet of Things.

IEC White Paper: Factory of the future – en, ru, ko

What will manufacturing look like in the future? How will humans and machines communicate with each other? Will our work environment adapt to our needs?
In the factory of the future humans will have to come to terms with an increasing complexity of processes, machines and components. This will require new operating concepts for optimized human-machine interaction.

Nimble, adaptive and intelligent manufacturing processes will be the measure of success. The combination of “virtual” and “real” in order to get a full view of the complete value chain will allow factories to produce products more rapidly, more efficiently and with greater return using fewer resources.

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