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What is a smart factory and what are its differentials

Smart factory is a term that emerged in industry 4.0 to classify industries that manage to map, classify and use the data generated in production, in an automated and optimized way.



World industry is currently experiencing an extremely important phase, a moment of transition, in which industry 3.0 is giving way to the era of intelligent industry, the 4.0 era.


Those who got ahead are already enjoying the benefits of the smart factory (Smart Factory), or, more precisely, industry 4.0, which refers to the innovative model of production that uses intelligent technologies that interact with each other.

What is your reality? If, like the examples above, you are also interested in the subject, then be sure to read the entire content of this article, so that you can learn everything about the incredible concept of: Smart Factory


How the Smart Factory works

The term “smart” is incorporated into this new industry concept because of its inherent ability to be flexible and self-adaptive. Technologies interact with each other, creating an interdependent operational flow.


The main objective of this model is to use the large volume of data obtained, or big data, to find ways to maximize productivity and also optimize production time.


These disruptive technologies, which exchange information with each other, can be in absolutely any production process.


Even employees can benefit from so-called “wearable” technologies and use gadgets incorporated with artificial intelligence and virtual reality, for example. This concept of data capture concerns the IIoT (Industrial Internet of Things) and this is one of the biggest attractions of the smart factory.


However, that's not all, several other tools are also part of this new industrial era and they are exactly what you'll find out about below:

IIoT


Starting with the IIoT, of course, you now have the ultimate example of a smart factory. The tools that, with the help of the Internet, can exchange data with each other are considered to belong to technology.


The IIoT allows equipment to make decisions automatically, without human interference, based solely on data received from other devices. Enables operational efficiency, control and visibility into key actionable metrics.


Big Data Analytics

With so much information being generated at all times, it is natural that a large volume of data comes into existence. This compilation of information is called Big Data.

The concept of Analytics, or analysis, more precisely, refers to the in-depth analysis of this information to obtain valuable insights. It is now possible to identify different behavior patterns, such as predicting possible damage to machinery. This new panorama allows the industry to act constantly based on predictive maintenance.


Digital twins

Digital twins, or digital twins, is a technology that allows simulating an event in the physical world in a totally virtual reality, completely changing the concept of testing. With digital twins it becomes possible to use embedded artificial intelligence software to predict outcomes, all in a completely digital way.

Industries such as the automotive industry, for example, could carry out advanced testing of their products, with a cost reduction that was never imagined possible. Another possibility is to monitor the equipment even if it is far from the factory. Remote work is one of the biggest benefits of this new smart factory.


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