Cimlogic Industry 4.0 Technologies



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Thank you for your interest in Industry 4.0. On this page you will find a collection of useful resources which talk about the issues faced by Manufacturers when implementing Industry 4.0 and IoT technologies, and hints and tips to strive towards a more smart, connected manufacturing enterprise. We hope to join you on your exciting journey to #BecomeIndustry4



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The future role Industry 4.0 and IoT will play in the Manufacturing Sector by Paulo Nobre   

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Industry 4.0 FAQs for Manufacturers 


Industry 4.0: Planning your Strategy

Do you feel that your operations are big enough to adapt to Industry 4.0? Or do you feel overwhelmed with the pace of change, anticipating large capital expenditure projects for which budgets do not exist. Ensuring the organisation, its people, processes, and technology all talk to each other is key to having a connected value chain. One place to start is by creating a Manufacturing Transformation Strategy.



Cimlogic are ideally placed to help you kick-start your journey toward Industry 4.0 technologies. Industry 4.0, is not just for multi-national organisations, and whole IT systems do not need to be redesigned to accommodate this new technology. We can assist all manufacturers, including SMEs identify and evaluate all existing IT and OT (Operational Technology) infrastructures within their manufacturing operations, assessing where their current capabilities lie and where the opportunities to improve exist.  


Download our Industry 4.0 brochure today and #BecomeIndustry4



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