Digital transformation for industrial productivity

industrial productivity

New technologies and solutions to improve industrial productivity will be on show next month at Interpack 2023 in Germany.

At the Interpack 2023 event, from 4-10 May in Düsseldorf, Germany, Rockwell Automation will highlight a range of new offerings that design, operate, maintain, and protect businesses through intelligent devices and information solutions. Featured technologies include:

Interactive Emulate3D – dynamic digital twin software for virtual commissioning to reduce the risks associated with automation investments.

ArmorKinetix Distributed Servo Drives – These drives equip manufacturers with decentralised motion control solutions that help them simplify designs and build smarter machines.

MagneMotion technology – an intelligent transport system designed to move light loads quickly and efficiently.  This is a modular, scalable, linear motor system, allowing independent control of multiple movers on straight or curvilinear paths.

Fiix – a cloud-based AI-powered computerised maintenance management system. Fiix helps companies manage all their maintenance, including thousands of assets, work orders, and parts, in one place, with just a few clicks.

The comprehensive portfolio enables customers to identify opportunities and achieve business goals by harnessing digital technologies across their value chain, providing smarter, sustainable and safer connected solutions. 

Accompanying Rockwell Automation on the stand will be SN Maschinenbau, a Gold OEM partner manufacturing leading high-speed pouch packing machines utilising iTRAK, a modular, scalable linear gripper motion system for pouch handling, from Rockwell Automation. Kezzler, a Rockwell Automation partner, will also be on the stand, specialising in serialisation, track and trace with a cloud-based product digitisation, and traceability platform.

“Rockwell Automation provides the domain and technology expertise to help address customer needs at all stages in the production chain, including cybersecurity services to help protect the integrity of smart manufacturing operations and sustainability solutions that leverage data and insights to improve productivity, increase efficiency, and save energy,” said Roger Gaemperle, industry strategy & marketing manager consumer packaged goods & life science EMEA at Rockwell Automation

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