Cisco Connected Manufacturing


Published on

Cisco ,The Best Technologies Global Company.
Automotive , Infrastructure ; Smart City . and many more

Published in: Technology
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Total views
On SlideShare
From Embeds
Number of Embeds
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Cisco Connected Manufacturing

  1. 1. Event & Video Spotlights Upcoming Events  June 3-5 MFG Executive Leadership Summit, Palm Beach, FL  June 3 Internet of Things Webinar Video Overviews By Industry Check out use cases and business scenarios by subverticals:  Equipment/Discrete  Consumer Packaged Goods  Automotive Get Connected Welcome to our latest issue of Cisco Connected Manufacturing. In this edition, our articles focus on incorporating the Internet of Things (IoT) in your existing operations framework. We've also included articles that feature automation insights, supply chain security, and how Cisco® Connected Factory can benefit all areas of your industrial landscape. In early June, we're gearing up for the Manufacturing Leadership Summit in Palm Beach, Florida. This top industry event draws executives from around the world to explore new technological innovations that are transforming our industry and the way we design, engineer and build. Click the link at left to learn more and register. Representatives from our team will be onsite. We hope to see you there! - Dan Kern Americas Manufacturing & Energy Sector Marketing Lead Manufacturing Tomorrow's Possibilities with IoE Video The Internet of Everything has arrived, delivering intelligent connections that are transforming every step in the value chain. Watch the video Building Smarter Manufacturing with the Internet of Things The manufacturing industry has already begun to see the benefits of the IoT. Whether it’s moving your manufacturing operations from proprietary protocols to IP standards-based systems to better integrating your operations with the business side of your enterprise, you may already be taking steps to network your plant environment. Take a look at this white paper from Lopez Research to learn about more use cases and specific areas where an IoT approach can help. Download the white paper Read more about how to make smart manufacturing a reality Learn more about the IoT here Business Scenarios for a Connected Factory It’s easier than ever to deploy a completely connected factory network. Read more on how to increase flexibility and uptime and how the road to a Connected Factory got easier. Recently, Cisco developed demonstrations for specific use cases where a Cisco Connected Factory can enable improved visibility and uptime whether it is using a remote expert or incorporating video of the physical environment into factory control applications. These are just a few of the industrial scenarios and use cases where a truly connected and networked production environment can drive improved operational efficiency, better visibility, and faster issue resolution. For additional resources and information including an architectural poster, visit
  2. 2. Supply Chain Security New technologies are empowering supply chains as never before, but they are also exposing them to new risks. This article in Manufacturing Leadership, by Edna Conway and Robert Dean, explains how manufacturers are taking a comprehensive approach to supply chain security. Read the article Manufacturing in America — Turning the Corner We’re on the verge of turning a big corner in America’s manufacturing industry. Much of today’s workforce is unaware of the amount of technology involved in manufacturing today, when in fact, technology is the key to attracting a younger generation. Previously perceived as a dirt and grime industry lacking appeal, the Internet of Things (IoT) is shifting Manufacturing perceptions to those of empowerment, job creation, and teamwork. Read the blog to understand how with the right workers, Manufacturing can be the key to a better future and making dreams come true. Read the full article Automate, Integrate, Optimize, and Protect This article by Mark Houska of Control Engineering is very informative – describing why automation needs to be interconnected, optimized, and protected. Read more IP Networks Rule the Plant This article with Maintenance Technology, written by Gary Mintchell, explains why Ethernet has won the networking war and why it makes sense to take care of your network. Read more The Automotive Industry: Challenges and Technology Imperatives With all the challenges that automotive companies and their suppliers face, an intelligent, converged network approach to their processes allow automotive manufacturers to dramatically improve the performance and flexibility of their operations. They can speed decisions, boost agility, and mitigate risk. Manufacturers can achieve a dramatic return on investment and unlock real business benefits, including real –time performance visibility, tighter scheduling cycles and inventory visibility throughout the value chain. View the overview video Visit the Automotive Solutions Page Profile & Subscriptions Unsubscribe Approve Sender Privacy Statement Manage your profile, subscriptions or unsubscribe from this newsletter. Unsubscribe from Cisco general communications. You can also reply to this message with "Unsubscribe" in the subject line. Ensure delivery to your inbox. Read our privacy notice. You have received this email at as part of your subscription to the Cisco Connected Manufacturing Newsletter. Copyright © 2014, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco, Cisco Systems and the Cisco Systems logo are registered trademarks of Cisco Systems, Inc. and/or its affiliates in the United States and certain other countries. Cisco Systems, Inc. 170 West Tasman Drive, San Jose, California 95134 ATTN: Corporate Marketing (SJC08/3/4)