Where are you on your way to IIoT?
You might have had the Industrial Internet of Things on your radar for some time now and, if so, have probably already taken some steps towards its implementation at your company. What stage are you currently at? And have you thought of everything? With the help of the TBS Basis-Check Industry 4.0 of the technology advisory board DGB NRW e.V. we created a quick test for you.
Reading Tips for Beginners
Use Change Management to Increase Security
Hackers are focusing more and more on industrial facilities. Learn how a switch can help you to increase your security and what “Honeypots” are for.
Efficiency in Maintenace
More Efficient Maintenance Through Automated Data Management
The wood based panel producer Egger optimized his OEE by the use of the data management system versiondog. Learn why automatic backups and standardized version management led to a more efficient maintenance.
Reading Tips for Advanced Users
Auditing in the Automotive Industry
Product recalls still occur fairly often in the automotive industry, despite increasingly stringent quality assurance requirements in both vehicle and parts production. That is one of the reasons that manufacturers need a good data management system to provide end-to-end proof of adherence to quality standards.
Read about how digitalization is becoming a vital factor in the value chain and how data management systems are rapidly gaining in importance from the auditor’s point of view.
Best Practices: Logistics Processes in Safe Hands
Find out how a large car manufacturer uses the data management system versiondog to ensure smooth spare parts supply logistics.
Reading Tips for Professionals
Version Control for PLCs
Data Management for Automation
If changes are made to PLCs in production environments but no central data storage is implemented, the overview of the current software version or the most recent valid version is quickly lost. Who changed what, where and why?
A data management system for automation devices provides a remedy!
A Professional Tool for the Maker of Tools for Professionals
Find out why STIHL no longer wastes time with searching for software versions or plant documentation and why STIHL now manages around 3,000 plants or 7,600 components in its German plants using the versiondog data management system.