Rockwell: Building an "Connected Enterprise" for Intelligent Manufacturing
"The 'connected enterprise' will bring changes in the field of industrial automation in the next 10 years far beyond the changes brought about by the past 50 years. Enterprises that can respond positively to these changes will have tremendous development opportunities." Yesterday, in 2016 On the day of the Rockwell Automation Global Roadshow and the Rockwell Automation University event, Rockwell Automation Chairman and CEO Keith Nosbusch strongly recommended the Connected Enterprise.
How to transform and upgrade China's manufacturing industry? More than a thousand customers and industry experts from all over the country gathered to discuss how to build a “connected enterprise” to achieve smart manufacturing.
In the past year, a series of important plans such as “Made in China 2025” have been introduced to promote the transformation and development of the manufacturing industry. Intelligent manufacturing has become the focus of China’s “13th Five-Year Plan”. In this regard, KeithNosbusch said: “The key to realizing 'Made in China 2025' is to realize the information interconnection from the production workshop to the whole enterprise level. The core of 'Connected Enterprise' is the integration of information technology and operation technology. Through integrated architecture and intelligent motor control. And the three core business platforms of solutions and services can help manufacturing companies to create 'connected enterprises', thus laying a solid foundation for China to realize the grand vision of 'Made in China 2025'."
It is understood that since its entry into the Chinese market in 1988, Rockwell Automation has been committed to helping manufacturing companies in South China to increase productivity, enhance competitiveness and competitive advantage.