nude bbw,Successful use-case studies will describe how IoT technology helps metal formers and fabricators improve OEE and drive quality and productivity improvements. In addition, attendees will be given a roadmap for planning and executing an IoT plan.

Strive for Actionable Intelligence,netporn

IoT Experience for Manufacturers,milf mom

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Cost: 0 for PMA members and 0 for nonmembers through August 27; 9 for PMA members and 9 for nonmembers from August 28 to October 8; 9 for PMA members and 9 for nonmembers from October 9 to October 28,anysex

sickjunk,Host hotel: Hyatt Regency, Schaumburg, IL; book by October 5 for 9 discounted group rate; free shuttle provided for transportation between hotel and conference (3 miles).

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top pornster,Day One—Wednesday, October 27

lyla storm,1 p.m.: Registration, display area open

2:30 p.m.: CNC Digitization, Tooling Data and the Big Oversight, by David Darling, chief strategy officer, Creston Industrial,tiffany star

3:30 p.m.: What Industry Data Tell Us About the Promise of Industry 4.0…and the New Skill Requirements of the Workplace of the Future, by Fred Tillman, president of product development, ECI Software Solutions,xxx cock big

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Day Two—Thursday, October 28,you tub porn

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8:45 a.m.: Panel Discussion—Leveraging Industry 4.0 and IoT in the Pressroom, moderated by Brad Kuvin, editorial director, MetalForming magazine; with panelists James Barrett, president, Link Systems; Stephan Robertson, general manager/vice president of sales and operations, Simpac America; Jim Finnerty, product manager, Wintriss Controls Group LLC; Komatsu America; and Steve Gruber, executive vice president, Nidec Press and Automation,xxxx hd new

10 a.m.: Toward Zero-Downtime, Zero-Defect Manufacturing, by Mo Abuali, chief executive officer and managing partner, IoTco; and Isaac Bennett, director of information systems and digital transformation, Wright & McGill,vixenporn

11 a.m.: Laying the Groundwork for IoT Success—Building a Team, Building a Project, by Gary Mintchell, founder, The Manufacturing Connection,sex vl

hordcore,11:45 a.m.: Sensor Technology Takes On IoT Challenges in the Pressroom and Fab Shop, by Helge Hornis, Ph.D., technology director, Pepperl+Fuchs, Inc.

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2 p.m.: Industry 4.0 Transformation: Lessons Learned, by Pavan Muzumdar, chief operating officer, Automation Alley,mr

xxx cock big,2:45 p.m.: Presentation of case studies

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erotica porn,Those presenting at the IoT Experience for Manufacturers speak first-hand to the challenges and benefits of a connected shop floor, and the ability for technology to collect, filter and deliver actionable intelligence.

mr,“For years, automated systems have been on a continuous-improvement path: more capable, faster and offering higher precision with increased throughput,” says Helge Hornis, Ph.D., technology director for Pepperl+Fuchs, Inc., presenting on the role of sensors in smart-shop operations. “The flipside: Machines are getting progressively more complex. Higher integration and maintenance costs frequently are the result. IoT offers a surprisingly simple way to reduce that complexity by separating real-time control functions from configuration and diagnostics tasks. Focusing on the configuration aspect of an automated system, technologies (such as MQTT, an IoT messaging protocol) allow real-time control logic to concentrate on evaluating sensor data, applying outputs and activating machine cycles. 

smart-industry-robot-arms-digital-factory-production-technology“Removing all configuration and diagnostics functions from the PLC makes ladder-logic code simple to construct and painless to maintain,” Hornis continues. “New technology allows an ERP system to directly influence the build process without routing information through the PLC, thus supporting lot-size-one operations. Similarly, having direct access to sensor and system performance information simplifies dashboard construction and performance reporting.” ,sis pornhub

Investing in the correct sensoring, machine-utilization and other data-collection technology, along with the technology to integrate and analyze data, certainly ups the potential for shop success. But spending huge dollars does not guarantee IoT achievement, according to Mo Abuali, chief executive officer and managing partner of IoTco and co-presenter with Isaac Bennett, director of information systems and digital transformation for fishing-equipment manufacturer Wright & McGill, on how to make the digital transition. He sees the issue not with the technology itself, but with a misunderstanding as to its implementation.,aiden starr

“We’ve seen money unwisely spent on high-tech equipment that didn’t deliver on a promise to improve the bottom line,” Abuali says. “The technology must fit into a manufacturer’s specific production lines and processes. Augmented-reality goggles for the sake of augmented-reality goggles offer no solution if they can’t keep up with a speedy line. An immediate technology goal of a digital transition: Get a good return on your investment and an improved bottom line.”,tg comics

Overall, the technology implemented must function in harmony with the processes involved, and in harmony with the people surrounding it.,maja sex


Another IoT Experience for Manufacturers presenter, Pavan Muzumdar, chief operating officer, Automation Alley, also stresses the importance of people in Industry 4.0 initiatives.,tiffany star

“To be successful with Industry 4.0, leaders must foster a learning culture in their organizations,” Muzumdar says. “They must articulate a clear vision and direction, and give their teams the autonomy, resources and space to iterate quickly and reframe undesirable outcomes as learning opportunities.”
Employee involvement and buy-in will inform and spur technology selection and adoption.

IoT-control-panelsex art gif,“With that in place, the human context will become clear and drive technology applications,” offers Muzumdar. “In sheet metal forming and fabrication, this is particularly relevant as leaders need to educate themselves on the dynamics of rapidly evolving technologies such as 3D metal printing applications, some of which may be highly disruptive to their uses of traditional technologies.”

Event Venue Showcases the Machine-IoT Union,erotica porn

Home to the IoT Experience for Manufacturers, the 133,000-sq.-ft. Amada Solution Center in Schaumburg, IL, showcases the company’s latest technologies and training related to automation, laser cutting, press brakes, punching, robotic bending and more. The company itself has embraced IoT and Industry 4.0, as evidenced by development of its Amada Influent software, which integrates machines with the rest of the manufacturing environment, including ERP/MRP systems, to provide real-time shopfloor visibility. Solutions such as this one serve as intelligence hubs that enable informed decision making by connecting and collecting data from the entire organization, identify inefficiencies and provide real paths to continuous improvement.,romantis sex

www pornvi,For example, the newest IoT-software tools on the market for metal fabricators (including Influent) can send actual sheet-nest run times to an ERP system, allowing immediate comparison of run-time estimates—per part and for the entire nest―to actual production. This feature can eliminate what traditionally has been a blind spot for many fabricators.

sexy anime,“ERP integration is key,” as Amada America software product manager John Parenzan recently explained to Brad Kuvin, MetalForming’s editorial director. “Fabricators regularly ask during product demonstrations about the ability to integrate directly with ERP systems when nesting and also to move data collected from their turret presses, laser cutting machines and other equipment directly into their ERP systems for quick and timely access and analysis.”  

milf mom,While this capability also can enhance other shop operations,―turret press punching, for example—it’s particularly suited to helping improve the performance of laser cutting machines.

“With a turret press,” Parenzan explains, “fabricators typically focus on tool restrictions and part orientation, but with a laser there’s more flexibility in how jobs are nested and completed. The bi-directional flow of data from the machine on the shop floor to the ERP system and then back to the machine control can allow fabricators to adjust their programs and optimize workflow.”,twisty porn

Such data-collection, -integration and -analysis capability helps bring to light the common blind spot of estimates vs. actual production in manufacturing environments, and helps highlight the potential in bringing IoT and Industry 4.0 onto the shop floor. Unlock that potential by joining us at IoT Experience for Manufacturers. MF

Industry-Related Terms: Bending, Case, Center, CNC, Forming, LASER, Lines, Nesting, Run, Turret
View Glossary of Metalforming Terms

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See also: Precision Metalforming Association

Technologies: Management, Sensing/Electronics/IOT

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