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The assembly line of tomorrow

The manufacturing industry is always changing under the influence of technological innovation. It is of crucial importance not to fall behind. So when you are confronted with lucrative opportunities such as industrial automation, connected supply chain and the Industrial Internet of Things, there should be no hesitancy. Act now and gain a crucial competitive advantage over your competition.

But how do you start such a complicated process? And which automation projects have the highest ROI? In order to do it the right way, You need to lean on the expertise of a proven partner. Just remember, in the meantime, that you can avoid huge losses by taking a small chance.

Classical manufacturing has expired

Innovate. Automate. Elevate. Those are the keys to helping your manufacturing business survive in a fast-changing world economy. Because if you refuse to adapt, you might very well encounter one or more of these issues:

The generation born around 1950 is slowly going into retirement. The sudden loss of expertise worries industry experts who are calling it the talent gap

Finite resources demand ever more efficient manufacturing processes. Needless waste can critically damage the reputation of your business

Accurate time management, based on a comprehensive IIoT approach, means better spend control

In a world where each hype peaks higher and faster than the previous, the power of IIoT is unmissable: changing production lines in an instant

Extend your shelf-life

How can you counter these challenges? There is not one miracle solution, but a well-constructed automation and supply chain strategy can go a long way in future-proofing your business.

The Industrial Internet of Things has the potential to cause a paradigm shift in manufacturing. But don’t innovate without a comprehensive plan of attack. Expert advice recommended

Cobotics: the name of the future. The flawless cooperation of man and machine can eliminate huge pressure points in your production process

A fully connected supply chain has plenty of manufacturing benefits. Zero downtime, for instance. Besides operational advancements, the amount of information makes traceability a piece of cake

A tailored-made IIoT approach guarantees a higher quality product as well as clear cost reduction initiatives

The Industrial Internet of Things connects your entire surroundings to extract information and increase efficiency.

Kris Renders, Competence Expert MES

MES & IIoT experts

Through years of implementing automation, MES and IIoT solutions, INDEFF has gathered plenty of experience in the manufacturing industry.

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