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Solair IoT for Smart Manufacturing

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The Internet of Things (IoT) is changing the way manufacturers can do business, enabling critical data to be supplied in real time and allowing smarter and faster decision-making processes across the end-to-end value chain. Let’s take a look at the scenario.

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Solair IoT for Smart Manufacturing

  1. 1. IoT for better business IoT for Smart Manufacturing
  2. 2. The Internet of Things (IoT) is changing the way manufacturers can do business, enabling critical data to be supplied in real time and allowing smarter and faster decision-making processes across the end-to-end value chain. Let’s take a look at the scenario.
  3. 3. Innovation is shaking up traditional production There is no escaping it The next wave of manufacturing will affect producers’ entire value chain, stretching from design all the way through the supply chain, including production, distribution, customer service. BCG – Industry 4.0 The future of productivity and growth-April 2015
  4. 4. Industrial Internet vs Industry 4.0 vs IIoT It’s all about Internet No matter which cultural approach you take, the common essence is that machines, data and people are all tied together and that they use adaptive logic transmitted through the Internet. MAPI– https://www.mapi.net/research/publications/industrie-4-0-vs-industrial-internet
  5. 5. How manufacturing will make gains The disruptive impact of Industry 4.0 Industry 4.0 will make it possible to gather and analyze data across machines, enabling faster, more flexible and more efficient processes to produce higher- quality goods at reduced costs. BCG – Industry 4.0 The future of productivity and growth-April 2015
  6. 6. “Invisible assets” have a real chance Almost every manufacturer owns a majority of invisible assets, pieces of equipment invisible to the network. Digitizing them (and bringing them online) now can be done with a small impact on budget and deployment time. *GARTNER 88%* of machinery is not connected, yet
  7. 7. The manufacturing advancement Manufacturing in the IoT eraTraditional Manufacturing Single cells Fully automated facilities Standard products Mass customization Information gap Faster, cheaper, better production based on data interconnectivity Product sales Servitization
  8. 8. +80% efficiency1 The Industrial IoT opportunity +49% product quality1 +40% customer satisfaction1 SOURCES 1 HBR Services report 2 Siemens report 3 BCG report 4 Smart Manufaturing Coalition analysis +25% productivity increase2 +1% GDP3 -25% safety incidents4 +25% energy efficiency improvement4 -30% production time3
  9. 9. IoT and manufacturing: a virtuous marriage Data shows 204% year-over-year growth in the number of IoT connections in manufacturing. Virtually no sector is immune from IoT. IoT can add value to most, if not all. *VERIZON, State of the Market, The Internet of Things 2015
  10. 10. Let’s move from scenario to reality. Internet of Things helps you never miss your favourite pint. Let’s go through an “Internet of Beers” use case.
  11. 11. Transforming a brewery in a fully integrated, automated, optimized facility Challenge 1 Challenge 2 Challenges Optimizing both brewing processes and beer supply chain management Challenge 3 Increasing end users and bar managers’ customer loyalty
  12. 12. Smart beer equals smart factories: interconnected and harmonized machines to facilitate significant improvements in costs, safety and environmental impacts • 24x7 machinery remote consultation • On line, real time updates on machine status • Real time alarms in case of downs • Notifications about machinery status changes • Monitoring, comparison and optimization of machinery energy consumption Producing a smarter beer with IoT (1) Photo credit: www.nabreweries.com
  13. 13. From a smart process perspective, Internet of things also helps to investigate and resolve brewing process and beer quality issues unique for each brewery • Beer analysis and quality management • Brewing process automation • Supply optimization across the entire chain (from raw materials to finished beer) Producing a smarter beer with IoT (2) Photo credit: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barrel#/media/File:Oak-wine-barrel-at-toneleria-nacional-chile.jpg
  14. 14. Internet of beer also means improving efficiency and accuracy of deliveries and collections throughout the sales channel and end user customer loyalty • Inventory management optimization to avoid both waist and out of stock • Predictive maintenance of drought beer taps • Customers’ real-time insights and trends for marketing purposes Producing a smarter beer with IoT (3) Photo credit: www.nabreweries.com
  15. 15. Wi-Fi Applications Sensors Brewery HTTPS The smart beer diagram Machines Taps Bottles Gateway Platform Es.
  16. 16. From scenario to reality “I seem to have a problem with the the insertion of the plugs into the bottles. All complaints are traced to bottles packaged by me. I understand that the problem is the parameter X. I just changed the setting. Recheck is scheduled in 1 week.” PHOTO CREDITS: http://npmmachinery.com/pharmaceuticals_liquid-filling/
  17. 17. How the Solair IoT platform can drive manufacturing to smart manufacturing, no matter that we talk about beer, HVAC, elevator equipment, food processing machines or wearables.
  18. 18. The problem we solve We help you to connect your machinery, processes and products, collect data, convert it into business information and trigger strategic business actions through a selection of IoT applications.
  19. 19. The 3 “P” of smart manufacturing Smart Processes P3 IoT applications for plant monitoring, safety and energy optimization Smart Plants Smart Products IoT applications for production automation and supply chain optimization IoT applications for product feedback collection, smart maintenance and marketing actions
  20. 20. Smart products applications Features Benefits Wear and tear monitoring based on telemetry data Real time control of vital function parameters All-in-one product documentation Remote diagnostics Malfunctions prediction and prevention Optimized maintenance (time and cost) Feedback to R&D based on products and customers’ real behaviour Product insights Customized marketing activitiesGeolocalized tracking
  21. 21. Smart processes applications Features Benefits Wear and tear monitoring based on telemetry data Asset tracking throughout the supply chain Stock monitoring Connected production- line systems Leaner operations Lower stocks Reduced shrinkage and damage Fewer outages Predictive maintenance Shipments monitoring
  22. 22. Smart plants applications Features Benefits 24x7 equipment remote consultation Machinery real time updates Time/event based alarms Energy consumption monitoring Comparison of data between machines Reduced downtimes and higher productivity Real time plant control from mobile Cost and energy saving Increased safety Correct cost allocation
  23. 23. Are you ready for #betterbusiness through IoT?
  24. 24. Thank you! Contact us www.solaircorporate.com info@solaircorporate.com +39 051 759954 Follow us facebook.com/solaircorporate twitter.com/solaircorporate bit.ly/linkedin-solaircorporate
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