Learn how a more connected enterprise is empowering industrial leaders to meet ever-changing consumer demands.
“Smart assets are critical to the connected enterprise,” says Blake Moret, president and CEO of Rockwell Automation.
Executives from Endress Hauser, Maynilad Water Services, 3M, FANUC America Corporation and Rockwell Automation explore how the industry is collecting and using big data.
See how scalable industrial technologies enhanced The Connected Enterprise.
Executives discuss the importance of industrial cybersecurity and how new technologies must be leveraged to optimize security.
Learn how connectivity is deepening our understanding of events and sharpening decision-making in the era of big data manufacturing.
Learn about Rockwell Automation's vision for The Connected Enterprise.
Learn about the five stages of the execution model that can help protect your operation against emerging Internet of Things threats and take the first steps to operational excellence.
Sujeet Chand, CTO, Rockwell Automation, details how the company’s control and information architecture is designed to build upon new, disruptive technologies as they arise.
Learn how better communication among machines, processes, plants and the supply chain allows key decision makers to operate more flexibly, aiding productivity.
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The world needs to become a smarter place. How? With the Connected Enterprise, products become smarter, people become smarter and their decisions become smarter.
With a connected enterprise, you can discover and leverage embedded intelligence to help your organization succeed.
Rockwell Automation implemented an enterprise-wide strategy leveraging its integrated control and information portfolio to accelerate the business value of its Connected Enterprise.
What we do to connect information across a plant floor to an enterprise network can transform a business. We call this The Connected Enterprise.
Achieve higher manufacturing velocity, a more responsive manufacturing environment, lower structured cost and better management of risk.
Enhanced by the Internet of Things (IoT), we monitor capital assets and use the data for predictive and even preventative maintenance to achieve a connected enterprise.
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Common Network and Integrated Architecture Ease Integration and Data Sharing Between All Machines