Enabling the Intelligent Factory
Workload consolidation, virtualization, software-based automation, data-driven operations —these are just some of the ways Intel is powering Industry 4.0.
- Achieve hyper-agility, autonomous production, and data-driven optimization and automation
- Attain agile operational control in near-real time across plants and supply chains
- Improve workflow between humans, machines, and production systems
- Unlock the value of data from edge to cloud via AI and computer vision (CV)
The Future Takes Charge of Its Own Production
Fueled by Industry 4.0 and the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), a new kind of factory is emerging—one that is cloud connected and data driven. It is not just a “smart factory” marked by greater machine automation. It is an “intelligent factory” marked by hyper-agility, autonomous production, and the use of data as a transformative force for the business.
Industrial Advances: Increased Performance, Productivity, and Safety
When it comes to advancing the intelligent factory and making industrial systems smarter, Intel® IoT Market Ready Solutions (Intel® IMRS) have the power to enhance collaboration among machines, humans, and enterprise systems. From supply chain to factory floors, these innovative industrial solutions help unlock operational efficiency, optimize production, and increase worker safety.
Data-driven and connected solutions from the edge to the cloud deliver a competitive advantage by enabling process optimization, new business models leading to additional revenue streams, and predictive maintenance to maximize equipment life.
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Real-time IoT sensor monitoring and intelligence at the edge, synchronized with rich analytics in the cloud, allow us to harness the ingenuity of IoT.
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Connected Supply Chain
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