The potential for what humans and machines can achieve together in manufacturing has never been more exciting. And as technology gets smarter, it pushes us to imagine ever greater opportunities for the future.
Join us at SPS in Nuremberg this year to discover how you can harness state-of-the-art technology to solve key strategic and operational challenges by expanding human possibility throughout the production environment.
Take the opportunity to dive into a virtual production environment and discover how this can help improve your engineering, workflows and knowledge transfer.
With real-time technology demonstrations, immersive virtual reality experiences and compelling industry insight, we will show you how the right information can help you make better business decisions for today and tomorrow.
If you couldn’t make it to SPS 2019 in Nuremberg, or would like to revisit some of our solutions, you’re invited to take a 3D video tour of our booth. From virtual production environments to real-time technology demonstrations, experience compelling insight into the opportunities made possible by the factory of the future and smart machines; all from the comfort of your office, on your own device.
The future of your production depends on being able to unify, access and optimise the data across your facility.
Spend some time with us and explore how Smart Manufacturing can deliver tangible ROI, from helping enhance your operation efficiency and driving innovation, to improving supply chain integration and accelerating new business models.
Experience the impact of digitalisation through our virtual reality tour, which offers an immersive walk-through a real factory environment from the boardroom to the factory floor.
You will also see how the latest technology can help you:
The introduction of smart devices increases the massive amount of data your facility already produces. This needs multiple layers of IT security in order to allow for safe and secure production, while maintaining the transparency and flexibility that modern manufacturing requires.
Join us to discover how to develop a defence-in-depth security approach that combines physical, electronic and procedural layers to address every kind of risk faced by modern production facilities.