Industrial & Manufacturing
Over half of all tasks in manufacturing are routine and can be fully automated, leading to over 75% operational cost savings, close to zero accidents and increased production quality.
Implementing intelligent automation and optimizing IT in manufacturing has ample growth potentials. Technology allows different breadth and width for automation, whether partial automation of selected processes, advanced Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system implementation or integration of specialized advanced software, or full utilization of IoT, Cloud and AI technology for totally self-operating plants. The choices manufacturers make, shall be approached from both a strategic and operational perspective, and decisions made based on a thorough analysis and evaluations, so the highest return on investment is reached.
What we do
At ICS, we work closely with our clients on their strategic and operational requirements for automation. From greenfield projects to modernization of existing infrastructure, our experienced engineers, IT specialists and manufacturing industry experts work together to provide data-driven insights and optimized solutions for technology integration. Some of those solutions include:
- Automated Factory Design
- Robotic Process/Production Lines Automation
- Automation and Control Systems
- Operator Control Devices Integration
- Production Control Systems
- Manufacturing Execution
- User Interface Integration
- Automates Quality Control Systems
- Industrial Communication Systems
- Power Supplies
- Control System Migration
- Wireless Sensor Networks
- On-site Services
- Maintenance and Upgrades
Technology Today and Tomorrow
covid-19 and forever changing world
The trend of embracing Industry 4.0 technologies began to gain momentum before COVID-19 debacle. As the crisis happened, numerous manufacturers encountered operational distractions including enforced shutdowns, social distancing, supplier shortages, increased employee absence and reduced demand. As the world reopens and new measures come into force, manufacturers who were best prepared and utilized digital solutions, are in a better position to adapt production and processes to facilitate the continuation of operations with minimal disruptions. In contrast, manufacturers, who avoided investment into automation, will need to accelerate their digital modernization to remain competitive.
Contact us for your custom-tailored solution.