Today, production stands at the beginning of a worldwide revolution. In the name of this revolution, "the Internet of Objects" revolution will not be wrong. Internet of Objects (IoT) is changing business models, increasing output and automating processes in various industries. The most affected sector of this technological revolution is the undisputed production sector.
Iot – How do the Internet of objects affect production?
As we saw in the first versions of the new information technology plant and business software, it works to make production management more efficient, but also to be smarter. IoT-in the world called the Interneti of Things, the physical world is embedded in physical objects and becomes a kind of information system through the sensors and actuators connected through the Internet protocol via wired and wireless networks Means. In this way, the IoT-the Internet of objects, as we know production "smart production" makes.
What is smart manufacturing?
Smart production relates to the fact that all information available on the plant floor and throughout the supply chain is captured in real time, made visible and transformed into actionable information. Intelligent production covers every area of the work by blurring the boundaries between plant operations, supply chain, product design and demand management. Intelligent production ensures that enterprises are fully visible by providing virtual monitoring of capital assets, processes, resources and products; This streamlines business processes and optimises supply and demand.
In short, intelligent production is the use of the Iot devices to increase the efficiency of production operations. It usually involves reinforcing these sensors into existing production equipment. In fact, almost all of the new production equipment comes with pre-assembled IoT sensors.
Who is smart manufacturing?
IoT – There are many major companies that pioneered the intelligent production of Internet of things. Examples of these companies include Bosch, Cisco, FCA, GE, General Mills, Harley-Davidson, Siemens, PTC, General Motors, BM, Microsoft, Intel, SAP.
BI Intelligence, the premium Research service of Business Insider, expects the installation base of production IOT devices 237 million in 2016 to 923 million in 2020. This year the producers will spend about 267 billion dollars for the IoT.