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Cabling Solutions for Robots & Smart Factories of the Future
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Industry 4.0 or the Industrial Internet of Things (IIOT), refers to the era where the industrial manufacturing processes, equipment, devices and computers are networked. Today, the use of automation and robots have come a long way and play an integral role in re-shaping and re-defining Industry 4.0.
Industrial 4.0: The Era of Smart Factories
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Industry 4.0 can be defined as the digital transformation of manufacturing. It leverages third platform technologies, such as Big Data/Analytics and the Industrial Internet of Things, that requires convergence of Information Technology, Operational Technology, robotics, data and manufacturing.
Robots are getting more compact and agile.
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It's a time of revolution in industry - automation, digitalisation, Industry 4.0 are just some of the current buzzwords. Robotics is an area that is developing rapidly. Worldwide, growth in the installation of industrial robots has been 16 percent per year on average since 2010, with annual growth forecast to be 13 percent by 2019.
5 Trends in Connection Technology
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1 Trend towards intensified networking and miniaturisation

2 Connectors instead of direct wiring

3 Trend towards system solutions

4 DC replacing AC

5 Coexistence of cable and wireless

Solar Energy’s role in India’s development
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India transitioned from being the world’s seventh-largest energy consumer in the year 2000 to the fourth-largest one within a decade. Despite of this, nearly a quarter of India’s population has limited or no access to electricity. Today, India is one of the lowest per capita consumers of electricity in the world.
THE ART OF CONNECTING
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Industrial 4.0 also known as ‘Smart factory’ or ‘Smart manufacturing’, aims to innovatively transition business models and revenue sources with use of advanced information and services. The transformation is driven by mass adoption of technology and digitization across sectors, including automation, manufacturing process improvement and productivity/production optimization.
LAPP enabling Smart Factories with ‘Plug and Produce’ applications
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Plug-and-play products have risen in popularity due to their ease of use, scalable and reliable operation. The practical extension of this concept, when applied to the whole industrial automation process, has given way to a new term: plug-and-produce. In short, ‘plug and produce’ means flexible manufacturing.
The Role Of Cable And Connection Technology In The Era Of Smart Factories
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Mass adoption of digitization across economies and societies has led to emergence of Industry 4.0. In the course of Industry 4.0, the demands on cable and connection technology will also change.