Digitization with WAGO
Shaping the Future Means Securing the Future
Digitization and networking offer great opportunities for every company. In order to use them, every company has to do its homework. In fact, the challenges are just as varied and diverse as the companies themselves. While there is no such thing as an all-in-one solution, smart products, methods, and partners will help you advance digitization in your business in a way that benefits all involved.
WAGO shapes the digital future with you.
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PLM, ERP, MES – In the industries of the future, software technologies like these will be increasingly used to digitize and automate ordering and production processes. No business headed for smart factory technology can afford to be without them. The people at WAGO, based in Minden, Germany have realized this, too. As early as 2000, the company began to comprehensively digitize its value added chain. Today, the manufacturer of electrical interconnection and automation products not only saves on paper, it also decides when and where orders will be processed in a fully automated manner. This is especially relevant, not only when shipping in-stock items, but also when producing custom products for customers.
Merging IT and automation, any member of WAGO’s PFC Controller family can be transformed into a cloud-connected IoT controller using a simple MQTT software upgrade.
“The digital transformation is a vital factor for our success.”
With increased digitization and networking aboard ships, the risk for data abuse and cybercrime also increases. Anyone considering the possibilities of Maritime 4.0 must also consider the increased requirements for cybersecurity – and more importantly, find suitable solutions for implementing it.
Within the industries of the future, ordering and production processes will be increasingly digitalized and automated. The goal: Consistency and data transparency along the entire value-added chain in order to reduce costs and save time while preventing unnecessary added expense. To support this horizontal integration, WAGO offers smartDATA Engineering, a solution that supports users from planning and design, to engineering, to testing and commissioning.
In the interview, Thomas Holm speaks about the opportunities that Industry 4.0 provides for mid-sized companies and offers insights into the corporate practices at WAGO.
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