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Rieter's first step towards IoT
Rieter has taken the first steps in the Internet of Things (IoT) with two SPIDERweb modules, the Alert and Cockpit modules as well as the client module.
Gaining Ground: Automation in textile industry started more than a decade ago in India. Now, it is gathering steam and reaching wider areas, finds the ITJ Cover Story.
Industrie 4.0 solutions at Texprocess
Enterprises Dürkopp Adler AG, PFAFF Industriesysteme und Maschinen GmbH, Beisler and KSL presented state-of-the-art industrie 4.0 solutions at a joint booth at the Texprocess fair.
Technology trends in fashion
Technological innovations are revolutionising manufacturing in all industries and apparel manufacturing is no exception: major technical innovations in cloud computing, digital design, collaboration, 3D modeling, data management, production, and digital printing, are enabling apparel makers to achieve significant productivity gains. technology is improving speed and quality while reducing costs, to help get the right products to the right customers, at the right time.
Siemens & Atos offer complete security solution
Within the framework of their strategic digital alliance since 2011, Siemens and Atos cooperate in the field of cyber security for industrial companies. Together, they provide customers in the manufacturing and processing industries with comprehensive security services and products for production and office IT.
With system integration toward the Internet of things
RFID readers in the dye house read the contents of radio tags, robotic dispensing systems supply the precisely constituted dye mix. If sensors report excessive shrinkage of the textile goods, the smart machine controller corrects the process parameters.