Digitisation has already conquered our daily lives and industry is not far behind, with evidence of on course Industrial IoT implementations happening across India. Digitisation is not only about using digital technology to increase revenue but also creating new business opportunities. In this journey, it is essential to choose right technology partner for monetising and leveraging these trends, which adds value to customers.
In this context, B&R Industrial Automation took great pride in organising 5th edition of Innovation Day. It is a flagship event, which acts as a platform for machine builders and end users to understand latest industry trends and technology advancements. This year’s conference was themed around ‘Differentiation through digitisation – Adding value to your customers’.
During this daylong conference, thought leader from different industries and technology experts from B&R deliberated on various next generation automation concepts enabling Indian manufacturers to lay the foundation for digitalisation.
In the keynote, Jhankar Dutta, Managing Director, B&R India said, “Digitalisation is fundamentally transforming the way machines are built. It is a viable option for each and every machine builder to build more effective and reliable machine assisting them right from design phase to installation to effective after sales.” His talk also highlighted various B&R Innovations for 2019 such as integrated machine vision, human trak collaboration, hypervisor, digital twin and IIoT with ABB ability, which helps in creating successful digital enterprises.
Everyone knows collaboration plays a vital role for those who are walking on the path of Industry 4.0 or Industrial IoT implementation. Speaking on the importance of collaboration, Sunil Kango, General Manager Operations, ACG Engineering highlighted the successful association of B&R and ACG for over 15 years. In his insightful and engaging talk, he further explained the significance of choosing
the perfect automation partner for achieving success and making machines smart and thanked B&R for being one.