Manufacturers are experiencing increased pressure to improve operational efficiencies, exceed SLAs, all while still delivering a state-of-the-art product to customers. Smart Manufacturing can enable your organization to face these pressures head on. Take control of all your connected machines and devices, monitor them, collect data, and provide analytics to drive actionable strategies. Lead your supply chain modernization effort with preventive and predictive maintenance, and leverage OT and IT systems to facilitate continuous process improvements.
Increased efficiency: By collecting and analyzing data in real-time, manufacturers can identify bottlenecks and
inefficiencies in the production process and adjust improve efficiency.
Improved quality control: monitor production processes and alert operators to potential quality issues, enabling
manufacturers to catch defects early and reduce waste.
Predictive maintenance: monitor equipment and machinery, identifying potential maintenance issues before they
become major problems, reducing downtime and maintenance costs.
Supply chain optimization: track inventory levels and provide real-time data on supplier performance, enabling
manufacturers to optimize their supply chain and reduce lead times.
Increased agility: help manufacturers make more informed decisions through intelligence from IIOT data and data from
OT/IT systems, allowing quick response to changing market conditions and customer demands.
Smart Manufacturing Primary Use Cases
Remote Machine Monitoring
allowing machine technicians, process engineers to conduct condition monitoring
Overall Equipment Effectiveness
measurements optimizing performance monitoring for continuous process improvements
Preventive & Predictive Maintenance
increasing uptime, ensuring greater productivity, and reducing cost of maintenance
OT Applications Automation
building add-on applications and integrating data between OT and IT with a goal of end-to-end automation
guiding workers proactively through timely alerts, instructions for machine configuration updates
Connected Supply Chain
automating receipts and transmits of ASNs alongside supplier parts and customer products
DHA issues Authority to Operate (ATO) to Cumulocity IoT
ATO enables all Defense Agencies to leverage Cumulocity IoT to best capture and manage actionable IoT data
The ATO is based on compliance with strict security requirements and risk assessments outlined in the Risk Management Framework (RMF). It validates how the Cumulocity IoT platform can meet current and emerging needs for IoT data management from any device across the US Federal government and aerospace and defense industry. Cumulocity IoT platform is device and use-case agnostic, connecting to the widest number of devices, machines, and sensors.