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Why Smart factory?

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Tap Commercial Innovation

Mobilize employees and supervisors to move across the factory floor and access data wherever they are. The iPad and other like devices are making their way into industrial settings along with an expectation that much of the commercial innovation it brings will also apply to industrial activities.

Connect Engineers with machines (M2M)

Apply predictive maintenance. Gain early warning when production, machinery, or network performance is about to degrade.


Link Information & Operational Technology

Bridge the gap from the data center to the control room to collaborate and share best practices and common goals between manufacturing and IT.

Optimize Assets
Identify where your people, equipment, work in process and finished goods are in real-time Adjust the schedule and inventory on the fly.


Connect & Collaborate externally
Extend visibility beyond your four walls. Link the extended supply chain and distribution to create dynamic workflows. Help and expertise are available in an instant.

Expandable Infrastructure
Design and build an Industrial Ethernet infrastructure to minimize cost and effort to expand or improve processes. One infrastructure for safety, control, SCADA, Physical Security, and LAN.


Secure Physical & Cyber Assets
Traditional security devices, like keypad entry systems, call boxes, and security cameras, need power from Industrial Ethernet cables, with secure Networks, to protect your process, people, and plans from cyber sabotage.

Maximize Uptime
Design of an industrial networking infrastructure that will endure in harsh environments with redundant communications, power, and configuration backup- especially for business processes under extreme conditions.

Source:- BELDEN

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