Smart Manufacturing

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Automakers are faced with constant changes that impact the industry, including globalization, stricter sustainability, and regulatory requirements, and growing consumer demand for new innovative designs and features, increasing pressure on them. Coupled with that, there is continued pressure to meet production targets and stay profitable. With a traditional “build, test, break” mindset and a siloed approach to manufacturing, carmakers are struggling to keep up and deliver the next-generation car. Not having the necessary insight into real-time manufacturing performance and failure identification will eventually lead to failure, slowing down production and jeopardizing their competitive position. They need to adopt a smart manufacturing approach to compete in today’s fast-changing automotive landscape, implementing multiple solutions across the disconnected branches of their manufacturing organization.

Automakers are faced with constant changes that impact the industry, including globalization, stricter sustainability, and regulatory requirements, and growing consumer demand for new innovative designs and features, increasing pressure on them. Coupled with that, there is continued pressure to meet production targets and stay profitable. With a traditional “build, test, break” mindset and a siloed approach to manufacturing, carmakers are struggling to keep up and deliver the next-generation car. Not having the necessary insight into real-time manufacturing performance and failure identification will eventually lead to failure, slowing down production and jeopardizing their competitive position. They need to adopt a smart manufacturing approach to compete in today’s fast-changing automotive landscape, implementing multiple solutions across the disconnected branches of their manufacturing organization.

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Seamless upgrade without downtime to smart manufacturing

While most automakers and suppliers recognize that they need to change to Industry 4.0 solutions to compete in today’s fast-changing automotive landscape, implementing multiple concepts across the disconnected branches of their organizations feels risky. A single smart manufacturing solution, however, can be seamlessly integrated in phases and scaled to their organization. It can be uniquely incorporated into the overall manufacturing process and lifecycle management, providing the framework for closed-loop manufacturing feedback that is continuously cycling to improve quality, increase efficiency, and reduce time to launch. With this data backbone, issues are identified and addressed in real-time utilizing AI Edge devices which provide “live twin” capabilities and adjust operations with minimal downtime and disruption.

Smart manufacturing drives success with automation and manufacturing simulation software

Siemens Smart Manufacturing solutions create an intelligent production environment through visualization, data analytics, and the ability to share information digitally throughout the manufacturing ecosystem. With Siemens as a partner in your smart manufacturing journey, you can modernize legacy equipment faster, make better decisions based on real-time insight, and experience the cost-saving benefits of virtual commissioning. A comprehensive digital twin and a data backbone that runs through your entire organization.

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