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ABB and IBM Partner in Industrial Artificial Intelligence Solutions
Smart Connectivity Delivers Comprehensive Industry 4.0 Package
TwinCAT IoT: Fast, Standardized Connection to the Cloud
Mobile Tool Data Communication Application
Cisco Connected Factory for Industry 4.0
Retrofitting Industrial Machines with IoT Board
Automated Production Lines Based on Modular Machines
ESAB Links Cutting and Welding Online Data Management Programs
Industry 4.0 Smart Manufacturing Transformation
FIELD System IoT Technology with ZDT Monitoring Software
Integrated Vision Unit Expands Wire EDM Applicability
Software Controls are the Hub of Networked Production
Linking Industrial Production with Digitization
Enterprise Visibility as First Step to Industry 4.0
Software Harvests Data for IIoT and MTConnect Applications
IoT Platform Partnership Machine Monitoring
Machine Tools Going Digital
Flexible PIFA Antenna Designed Specifically for Metal Surfaces
Connect, Collect, Analyze Machine Data from Anywhere
Advanced Cloud Based Machine Monitoring Technology
MTConnect Adapter
Okuma Welcomes Praemo as the Newest Member of Partners in THINC
PROMOS 3+ Machine and Process Monitoring System
Process Control Drives Industry 4.0
CoroPlus Brings Connectivity to Manufacturing Plants
OPC UA Companion Standard
Digitalization in Machine Tool Manufacturing
Enterprise Data Management Provides Real-Time Analytics
Digital Advancements in Milling, Boring and Turning
A Smart Factory Benefitting the Customer
Optimizing the Potential of Networking for Tools
Mobile Technology Integration

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Cisco Connected Factory for Industry 4.0



The machines that make up the modern factory create more than just components: they also create a lot of data. For plant managers, being able to see and act on this data is key.

To help plant managers tap into that data, Cisco has introduced three new solutions to its Connected Factory portfolio:

  • Time sensitive networking is now supported on the IE4000 Switch family: This is a new standard that protects the data and ensures mission critical applications are running smoothly on the network. They are designed to work with future applications.
  • Connected Asset Manager (CAM) for internet of things (IoT) intelligence: This tool can extract data from a variety of source, and tie together multiple existing data threads in the plant across today's legacy system siloes. It is also an open and analytic-engine agnostic. Reporting is simple-just drag and drop data in a simple interface.
  • Industrial Network Director: Made with operators in mind (not just IT), it gives factories full control of the plant network. User can also set up faster and risk less downtime. Plus, it offers true plug & play functionality. "Install your managed switch and rest assured that the proper security, settings and functionality are set. No manual programming is required," said a company spokesperson.

Cisco Connected Factory solutions provide full visibility with a focus on simplicity, security and enhanced intelligence.

For more information contact:

Cisco Systems, Inc.

Corporate Headquarters

170 West Tasman Drive

San Jose, CA 95134

866-425-9596

www.cisco.com

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