Insights into Industry 4.0
Bosch at Hannover Messe 2017
April 24–28, 2017, Hanover, Germany, Booth C 26, Hall 7
Experience the factory of the future! At Hannover Messe 2017, we will be showcasing multiple examples of Industry 4.0 applications. These might well be the fast-track solutions you need to improve your production operations and gain key competitive advantages.
Getting started with Industry 4.0 – Meet us at the Automation Conference & Expo
May 23-24, 2017, Chicago
Stop by our booth to learn more on how to get started with your Industry 4.0 initiative and how Bosch can assist you successfully implement the Industrial Internet throughout the manufacturing value chain.
Frost Industry Quotient: Asia Pacific Industrial IoT Cloud Platforms 2016
According to Frost & Sullivan, Bosch Software Innovations is recognized as the leader in the Asia Pacific Market, "able to approach industrial companies with full practical understanding of their day-to-day operational challenges and provide real-world solutions to meet them". Frost & Sullivan considers this understanding a key differentiator. Do you want to make an informed decision on Industrial IoT platform providers?
Experton Group: Industry 4.0 / Internet of Things Vendor Benchmark 2017
In October 2016, the German analyst company Experton Group published the 2nd edition of “Industry 4.0 / IoT Vendor Benchmark 2017“. This research evaluates and positions the most important Industry 4.0 / IoT providers in the German market.
Rule-based analysis of production data – manufacturing experts at the heart of Industry 4.0
Industry 4.0 is making manufacturing increasingly smarter, more flexible, and more transparent.The most significant role in this changing environment is played by people – they are the creators of the factory of the future. One key point is that the software should be tailored to manufacturing expert’s needs. What this requires and the opportunities it offers are the subject of this white paper.
Industry 4.0 market study: Demand for connected software solutions
What do users in manufacturing companies require from software solutions, both today and in the future? Where do they see demand for solutions and functionalities to improve their production KPIs? And what obstacles are there to overcome in order to sustainably implement Industry 4.0 software solutions? You’ll find answers to these and other questions in the latest Bosch Software Innovations market study.
Industrial Internet: Putting the vision into practice
Industry 4.0 or the Industrial Internet is more than just a vision of the future. Using current technologies to connect physical objects to the virtual world is already yielding new business models. Machine and component manufacturers have an opportunity to drive forward their service business and secure their own personal competitive edge. Are you interested in reading the entire study?
Experton Group: Industry 4.0 / Internet of Things Vendor Benchmark 2016
According to Experton, Bosch Software Innovations offers a highly attractive product and service range as well as a very strong position in the market and among competitors in those categories. As a leader, Bosch Software Innovations is referred to as a guarantee for innovation and stability, as a strategic driver and opinion leader.
From concept to production: a 5-step approach towards successful Industry 4.0 projects
Much has been discussed about Industry 4.0 and how it can help optimize operations in a plant, and even change the way manufacturers all over the world run their businesses. But change usually comes with risks. In this white paper, Frost & Sullivan outlines 5 steps manufacturers can follow along their Industry 4.0 journey.
Production Performance Management
The Production Performance Manager is our software solution for implementing preventive maintenance. In this webcast, you will learn how Production Performance Manager makes preventive maintenance a reality and how you can systematically improve machine availability.
Manufacturing Analytics tools & services
With our Manufacturing Analytics tools & services, we assist production experts in extracting valuable insights from existing production data. This contributes significantly to the resolution of prevailing problems, in addition to bolstering continuous improvement efforts, and thereby promoting sustainable competitive capability.
Production Performance Manager – How to systematically improve machine availability
The Production Performance Manager provides a snapshot of the current status of individual machines, and of the production system as a whole. Response times are shortened, tasks are clearly allocated, and information is made permanently accessible. The continuous improvement process is optimally supported through the new availability of data and direct feedback.
Process Quality Manager – monitoring and documenting process data
The Process Quality Manager visualizes, monitors, and documents process data in real time, automatically detects process deviations and trends, and helps experts optimize production processes directly and on an ongoing basis. It is instrumental in achieving zero defects, transparency in production, and the best quality production output.
Production Rules Configurator – rule-based analysis of production data
Based on graphically modeled rules, this software monitors compliance with the parameters established for the production process. The system detects any deviations and notifies the worker in charge directly. Production data from existing systems, such as MES (manufacturing execution system), provides the basis for rule-based analysis.
Remote Service Manager: secure remote access to physically separated plants
Disruptions have to be resolved rapidly, since unplanned equipment and plant downtime can quickly become costly. With the Remote Service Manager, you can offer your customers the service they need. A secure remote connection allows service technicians to complete commissioning, diagnostic, and maintenance work much more quickly and efficiently than before.