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Computerized Maintenance Management Systems

Computerized maintenance management systems (CMMS) are software packages that organize, and can often automate, the various maintenance tasks and data collection needed by a particular enterprise or operation. CMMS packages can extend beyond an organization’s manufacturing processes to include management functions for the entire organization’s operation, including purchasing, budgeting, asset tracking, inventory control, work order system management, vendor management, etc. CMMS packages are commonly designed so that anyone performing maintenance on a system can use the package (not only the parent organization), and can produce status reports, maintenance reports, and other documents necessary to verify regulatory compliance.

Machine Authentication: Endpoint Security in the Smart Factory

Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), cybersecurity, Mike Harris, ELATEC, Inc. connected machines, Smart Facdtory, zero-trust security model, networked devices, security practices, Radio-frequency identification (RFID), end-point security, Operational Technology (OT) devices

A guide to best practices in cybersecurity for production machinery. One of the most essential things manufacturers can do is break down the silos between OT and IT. OT/IIoT devices must have the same level of attention and protection as laptops, servers and other IT devices.

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Machine Authentication: Endpoint Security in the Smart Factory

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Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), cybersecurity, Mike Harris, ELATEC, Inc. connected machines, Smart Facdtory, zero-trust security model, networked devices, security practices, Radio-frequency identification (RFID), end-point security, Operational Technology (OT) devices

A guide to best practices in cybersecurity for production machinery. One of the most essential things manufacturers can do is break down the silos between OT and IT. OT/IIoT devices must have the same level of attention and protection as laptops, servers and other IT devices.

A guide to best practices in cybersecurity for production machinery. One of...

A World Without Downtime

While 70 percent of manufacturers lack full awareness of when their equipment is due for maintenance, upgrade or repair, does it have to be this way? Is abolishing unplanned downtime in Industry 4.0 a far-fetched dream, or is data-driven maintenance closer than we think?

While 70 percent of manufacturers lack full awareness of when their equipment...

Destination: Utopia

As Industry 4.0 connects more sensors, combines digital twins with machine learning software and expands the use of data-driven automation, the continual reduction of downtime will slowly move manufacturers toward the promise of paradise.

As Industry 4.0 connects more sensors, combines digital twins with machine learning...

Added Value: The Importance of Aftermarket Care

You’ve covered every detail in upfront costs and factory floorspace, but what about technical support and service after production starts? Whether buying one robot or hundreds, having access to diverse support services to ensure peak robot performance is vital to maximizing your return on investment. Here’s why.

You’ve covered every detail in upfront costs and factory floorspace, but what...
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