Where do you stand with your company in terms of automation and digitization? Are all 5 levels of the automation pyramid in your company up to date? Or do you sometimes miss any?
And what about the interfaces between all levels? Do you communicate vertically and bidirectionally?
Take these questions seriously. And even more your answers to that. You decide on your competitiveness. Today and in the future.
Support and implementation of your
digitalisation in the following areas
- Machinery & Equipment
- SPS (programmable logic controller)
- MDE machine data acquisition
- BDE Production data acquisition
Support of management systems
- DIN EN ISO 9001 (risk assessment / reduction)
- DIN EN ISO 50001 (technical implementation)
- Future- and growth-oriented infrastructure
- Individual planning
- Everything from a single source
- Fewer suppliers = fewer interfaces = clear responsibilities
How much energy is in a single screw? In a few years, the documentation of such a detail will be mandatory for everything you produce. If you do not provide this information, you will have to worry about your supplier status, not just as a first tier in the automotive industry. The time to digitize your company comprehensively is pressing.
Drive the networking of your machines and systems forward. Expand your communication across locations and with your customers or suppliers now. Face short, medium and long term challenges before the market overtakes you.
Your company produces energy-intensively and you would like to apply for a limitation of your EEG levy? We will be happy to assist you with the introduction or proof of the necessary certified energy or environmental management system according to EMAS. You'll see: The increase of your energy efficiency lowers your energy costs sustainably.
5: The top: ERP and enterprise management
4: Operating and monitoring level, HMI, MES
3: Control and regulation systems, drive
2: Field level, sensors, actuators
1: The foundation of all machines, plants, controls, operating systems, ERP and enterprise EDP: a well-positioned electrotechnical infrastructure