Turning to IIoT to Improve Digitalization for OEMs

June 21, 2023
How can OEMs implement IIoT into their systems without compromising deterministic motion control or security?

Original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) can competitively address data collection without compromising deterministic motion control or machine cybersecurity, all while avoiding hidden manufacturing costs – but how?

Implementing the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) can help OEMs purposefully remove waste from their manufacturing processes, in turn creating a need to prepare machinery that meets current market performance metrics and provide data harvesting that is still cost-effective.

Thomas Kuckoff, product manager – controllers at Omron Automation and Control Design contributor, explains these processes in this article from Control Design.

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