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Fewer downtimes and simultaneous relief of maintenance: with the intelligent, cloud-based condition monitoring from 5thIndustry and Endiio.
Information Security Management System (ISMS) can therefore be checked by the independent expert operational services GmbH & Co. KG in accordance with the catalogue of questions on information security of the German Association of the Automotive Industry (VDA ISA). This marks another milestone in positioning as a leading provider of shop floor-related IT solutions.
Success factors for digitization on the shop floor: it is less about technical challenges and more about the conscious involvement of employees in the design of their digital work environment. Cloud technologies and rapid prototyping support successful digital transformation.
5thIndustry paves the way to digitalization in the factory with its 5i. Manufacturing Excellence Cloud. With its No-Code Robotic platform, Wandelbots offers a manufacturer-independent software solution that makes it easier for people to work with industrial robots. Both companies cooperate and combine their solutions in the maintenance area to enable an end-to-end user experience and increase efficiency in maintenance execution.
Increasing efficiency and employee satisfaction: Cloud-based applications can be a crucial addition to the existing ERP landscape, taking processes such as asset management, maintenance and repair to a new level. Tobias Weiner (Senior Project Manager at Horváth & Partner AG, Zurich) and Dr. Jan-Marc Lischka (Co-Founder, 5thIndustry GmbH, Berlin) discuss the advantages this offers for energy suppliers in this whitepaper.
Cloud-based application 5i.Progress ensures efficient planning, monitoring and control of production processes In addition to planning, monitoring and controlling the production processes, the application optimizes order processing and employee deployment
Interview with Jan-Marc Lischka – Industry 5.0 in the Podcast Digitization works…with Carsten Vossel
Interview with Jan-Marc Lischka – Industry 5.0 in the Podcast Digitization works…with Carsten Vossel In this episode, Carsten Vossel talks
Ingo is a maintenance engineer. He gets a message that a plant has failed How? By telephone. Thomas takes his job as safety officer very seriously. He has been making his Corona rounds every day since the pandemic began. Documentation? By paper. Tamara looks after the IT landscape at her plant. But improvement projects are slow – and cost a lot of money. The momentum is missing.
In the past, there was a new protocol every five work steps. For mechatronics engineer Tom Miller, this meant waiting for information from his colleague, going back to the folder with the protocols, again and again, to check whether the necessary information was there. Sometimes nothing went further because a signature was missing or a document was damaged, or in the worst case, had disappeared. Then it was a matter of printing out all the documents again. Checking with all the departments and logging everything again.