Smart Factory is a term from research in the field of manufacturing technology.
It is part of the German government's high-tech strategy as part of the future project Industrie 4.0.
It describes the vision of a production environment in which production facilities and logistics systems largely organize themselves without human intervention.
The networking of embedded production systems and dynamic business and engineering processes enables a profitable production of products even with individual customer requests up to lot size 1.
Technical basis are cyber-physical systems, which communicate with each other with the help of the Internet of things.
Part of this future scenario continues to be the communication between product (eg work piece) and production plant: the product itself brings its manufacturing information in machine-readable form, for example: B. on an RFID chip.
These data are used to control the path of the product through the manufacturing facility and the individual manufacturing steps. Other transmission technologies, such as WLAN, Bluetooth, color coding or QR codes, are also currently being experimented.
This course will provide you with the insight into the following Manufacturing 4.0 Module:
Module : Smart Factory
>Getting to know how to make existing factories smart
-The Smart Connected Factory
-Manufacturing Execution System
-CPS and Digital Twin Design
-Cyber Physical Systems
-Smart Connected Factories Integration (Vertical, horizontal, end-to-end)
As this deep dive workshop is designed to have e-learning preparation, limited group sizes for live lecture and breakout sessions for deep dive team co-creation, it enables participants to ‘ask the expert’ questions specific to their needs.
Therefore, this provides a unique opportunity to come away from this deep dive workshop with all the information you need.