A blueprint for the modern industrial network from Cisco and Rockwell Automation
Static manufacturing operations are going obsolete. Smart manufacturing is the future. Learn how manufacturers become more agile, minimize risk, and optimize production yield.
Edge intelligence for midstream oil and gas operators
Midstream oil and gas operators can increase efficiency and safety by collecting more data, more frequently with Cisco 1100 Series Industrial Integrated Services Router and Cisco Edge Intelligence.
How to: Embrace Industry 4.0 in Your Factory
Manufacturing is a core driver of growth around the world. As the Fourth Industrial Revolution (Industry 4.0) continues to accelerate innovation, how do you tap into its full potential? Get Bum Coo Cho's perspective in this Industry 4.0 deep dive.
Hannover Messe 2021: The Journey to Industry 4.0
Join Cisco at the Hannover Messe — virtually and for free — to learn more about Industry 4.0, the alignment of IT and OT, and what industrial pioneers are doing to create the Future of Work.
Hannover Messe 2021: What’s next for Manufacturing?
Is your factory ready to meet demand as people return to work? Workforce enablement solutions like Cisco Webex Expert on Demand help manufacturers spread their resources across multiple facilities, enabling one remote expert to cover them all in a centralized location. Join our Hannover Messe keynote on Industry 4.0 and find out what's ahead for industrial pioneers.
The Right Partner is as Important as the Right Technology
The effects of the pandemic were undoubtedly widespread – felt by our clients across the board – and the automotive industry was no different. Hirschmann Automotive partnered with our partner NTT in 2019 to deploy Cisco Webex company-wide in order to better facilitate unified communications.
Episode 9: Ensuring business value from your Industry 4.0 investments
In this episode we will reveal the best practices for adoption and integrations. Given the evolutions of manufacturing and the associated technologies with the various eras in manufacturing, adopting and integrating these technologies into current operations can get complex and costly if not executed wisely.
Industry 4.0 in Action! Highlights from the Cisco Manufacturing Summit
It takes a village One of the hardest parts about “Industry 4.0” is that no one has it completely figured out. There’s no “official” guide we can follow with detailed instructions. And what works for some manufacturers, might not work for others. This is because Industry 4.0 is not a destination with a finite “finish […]