The automotive and transportation industry is currently faced with numerous challenges. The advent of the Industrial IoT, the trend toward e-mobility, and new markets in China and South-East Asia are all contributing to the ever-present pressure to cut costs while increasing quality.
Manufacturers have to maintain the highest possible levels of efficiency while maximizing production . These challenges have resulted in an escalation in the number and complexity of automation processes. Demand for a wide range of models and customisation options is driving a seemingly unlimited increase in the complexity of individual fabrication processes. We provide solutions to help meet the continual stream of new quality management requirements while maintaining a clear, documented production process change history.
...including usage list and detailed comparisons.
...if desired values and parameters deviate from tolerance
...all production line equipment, including PLCs, CNCs, HMIs, robots, drives, sensors, etc.
Management of external contractors
Centralised data storage and safeguarded intellectual property and fast disaster recovery
Organisational continuity across multiple shifts
The Smart car may be small in size – however, as far as the reliability of its production processes is concerned, the city vehicle encompasses just as many demands as do larger vehicles. thyssenkrupp produces Smart vehi-cles at its Hambach (Moselle) factory, the maintenance department of which employs AUVESY-MDT's versiondog.
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