Maximizing the Value of Industry 4.0
As Henkel’s Justin Kolbe, Head of Power and Industrial Automation Market Strategy, noted: “Much of the ‘factory of the future’ is already here,” he said. “For all its disruption, the pandemic illuminated what an automated and resilient operation can do for productivity, sustainability and the bottom line. Remote monitoring, oversight and self-correcting technology helped many manufacturers maintain robust operation even with limited staff.”
“The availability of smart factory technologies across regions, markets and from small to large entities, has leveled the playing field,” Kolbe concluded. “In addition to the clear upsides of capacity improvements, better customer experiences and cost savings, automation reduces the influence of geography on manufacturing decisionmaking. It is production equity and extending the life of systems through solid design, built on material capability, will prolong robust system performance to derive maximum benefit from İ4.0.”
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