When growing demand called for a new production facility farther east, the signature bread company deployed a common infrastructure and advanced software to ease data sharing between machines, lines and facilities.
More than 70 million people are joining the middle class every year, increasing demand on manufacturing resources and infrastructure. Meeting this demand means being more productive, sustainable and flexible.
Fortunately, the convergence of new technologies including mobile devices, the cloud, and big data, can help securely connect plant information with enterprise systems. With the right network infrastructure and the ability to integrate information across IT and control systems, industrial enterprises can coordinate operations and communications – facilitating a demand-driven supply chain.
By bridging the gap between systems, Rockwell Automation is helping connect industrial enterprises to improve operations.
The global push for smart manufacturing is underway for good reason – it offers nearly unlimited opportunities to improve operations, create new value and respond to challenges, such as the skilled-labor shortage....More
Disruptive technologies are driving better integrated control and information architectures designed to liberate longstanding silos of information, as well as incorporate and build upon new, disruptive technologies as they arise. Sujeet Chand of Rockwell Automation discusses this further....More
The Automation Fair® event is the ideal opportunity to discover how The Connected Enterprise can help you achieve faster time to market, optimize your assets, lower your total cost of ownership and improve enterprise risk....More
Take a look behind the scenes at the Rockwell Automation facilities in Cleveland, including the Twinsburg manufacturing facility, the Mayfield Village remote support facility and the Mayfield Heights corporate location....More