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MDA Technologies 3/2016

MDA Technologies 3/2016

MACHINE ELEMENTS

MACHINE ELEMENTS Ethernet cabling solutions for “Smart Factory” Author: Ralf Moebus, Head of Product Management, Automation and Networks at U.I. Lapp GmbH Ralf Moebus After four years of discussions on the “fourth industrial revolution” and “Smart factory”, there is an ever-increasing desire to see something tangible. In other words, there are demands for concepts which can be materialized. MDA Technologies 3/2016

F or more than four years the world of industries has been discussing intensively about the concepts and realities of Industry 4.0. The overall aim is to use the so-called “Smart Factory” to achieve production advantages and give companies a technical advantage in international competition. The key elements of this “fourth industrial revolution” are adaptability, resource efficiency, ergonomic design and integration of customers and business partners into business and value added processes. After so much discussion, there is an ever-increasing desire to see something tangible. In other words, there are demands for concepts which can be materialized. Like many other manufacturers in the automation industry, the Stuttgart-based Lapp Group, an expert in the cable and connection technology sector, is rising to the challenge. A number of research projects, including Smart Factory KL , which the Lapp Group was involved in, have established that future production will be far more networked than is the case today. This means that in the future even small components will be able to provide data in the MDA Technologies 3/2016

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