As the global innovation race continues, the continent looks to it manufacturers to advance innovation, unlock new opportunities and to ultimately accelerate the economy.
This is evident in the food and packaging industries, where SMC has been working on its new Industry 4.0 technology.
SMC has a clear strategy and the technology to help implement Industry 4.0 solutions for all its customers.
Today it’s all about faster and more flexible processes and plants to ensure sustainable, increased production and reduced costs.
The company will be showcasing its latest Internet of Things (IoT) solutions for the food and packaging industries at this year’s FoodTech PackTech event in New Zealand.
SMC has also developed a state-of-the-art training system to further enhance the skills of maintenance teams for optimised productivity and maintenance scheduling.
The SIF-400 is SMC’s latest training system which looks to simulate a production line using IoT technologies.
Training can be conducted at the company’s training facilities or on-site and it allows maintenance team to get hands-on with the latest technologies in a safe and controlled environment.
SMC Digital transformation leader and electronic platforms manager Jozef Ceh will be featured as a guest speaker at FoodTech PackTech and will be talking about Industry 4.0.
Industry 4.0 brings with it a host of jargon and uncertainties.
The feedback from customers in the past when attending Industry 4.0 talks is that at the end of these, they still aren’t too sure of how to approach Industry 4.0 practically and how to incorporate it into their environment.
The team at SMC will be at FoodTech PackTech to discuss industry 4.0 with ease.
The event is at the ASB Showgrounds in Auckland from the 18th to 20th of September.
SMC delivers automation solutions worldwide.
It offers more than 12,000 basic products with over 700,000 variations.