Canadian Manufacturing

EP&T: Reaping the benefits of the connected factory

Industry 4.0 revolutionizes the manufacturing process by bridging the gap between high-level IT and floor-level Operational Technology

February 11, 2021  by EP&T

Dorigo Systems Ltd. new facility in Burnaby BC.

There’s been a lot of talk lately about how Industry 4.0 is changing manufacturing. And rightly so. It is the fourth major industrial revolution in history – and it is underway. Industry 4.0 revolutionizes the manufacturing process by bridging the gap between high-level Information Technology (IT) and floor-level Operational Technology (OT), leveraging intelligent data insights to power factory-wide communications.

To be successful, Industry 4.0 must be embraced as a long-term, strategic mindset of digital transformation that dynamically alters a manufacturer’s entire operational perspective. It is what Dorigo Systems, a Canadian electronics manufacturing services company, committed to when plans for their new facility were being made back in 2018. Not only did they want to build a new manufacturing space that would be flexible to meet their future growth, but also design an infrastructure that would bring new levels of productivity.

Read more at EP&T, one of Canadian Manufacturing‘s sister publications.

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