In a recent conversation, I had the privilege to speak with Teresa Carriero, Co-Founder and Head of Business Subscription at Critical Manufacturing. Our discussion centered around their groundbreaking MES (Manufacturing Execution Systems) and Industry 4.0 subscription model.
Critical Manufacturing's subscription model
In the vibrant setting of Porto, we caught up with Francisco Almada, who shared insights into how Critical Manufacturing is steering the ship of digital transformation in the manufacturing industry.
Digital transformation is at the heart of the industry's evolution, and
In cooperation with DMG MORI, we will be presenting the most comprehensive machining digital twin at the EMO 2023 trade fair. Using the SINUMERIK ONE, the first digital native CNC, the DMG MORI digital twin visualizes the machine tool, the
October 2023: A Month of Innovation and Insights in the World of Industrial IoT & ICS Cybersecurity. From securing critical infrastructure to exploring the future of smart cities and advancing manufacturing, here's a sneak peek at the exciting events happening
The manufacturing industry is facing a growing challenge: to reduce its environmental impact while maintaining productivity and profitability.
Saving resources is not only a moral imperative but also a crucial factor for business success. We understand this, and our comprehensive product
The current state of manufacturing data integration serves as a primary barrier to enabling true digital transformation. According to Deloitte research, manufacturers list poor integrations (60%), disjointed data systems (46%), and data collection that is not standardized (46%) as their
In the industrial landscape, one of the most pressing challenges faced by organisations is the unpredictability of equipment failures. Such unplanned downtimes not only result in significant financial losses but also disrupt the entire production chain, leading to missed deadlines,
The Unified Namespace (UNS) is among the fastest-growing data architecture patterns for Industry 4.0, promising easy publish-subscribe access to hierarchically structured industrial data. The UNS is often defined as a consolidated, abstracted structure by which all business applications can consume