Industry 4.0 with IIoT

Even though many businesses have already adopted IIoT, they now need to accept the commitment of Industry 4.0 to data-driven digital transformation.

A new reality for these sectors is approaching due to the rapid adoption of the industrial internet of things (IIoT) in manufacturing, energy, utility, and supply chain applications. The data that businesses require to control tens of thousands of moving parts and lower the risk to human life is made available by IIoT.

The IIoT will develop from a collection of wireless devices into a comprehensive, edge-driven, artificial intelligence solution to some of the most significant business problems with the help of Industry 4.0. The IIoT sets this industrial revolution apart from earlier ones. Production and maintenance are streamlined because of this massive advancement in connected devices and sensors. With devices connected to a central server and delivering data for processing, IIoT enables automation on a scale never before possible. They make it possible for supply chains to be linked, energy maintenance to be made more straightforward, and computation to move closer to the edge. With IIoT and industry 4.0, your business can quickly achieve new heights of growth.

Digital Factory

A digital factory's primary goal is to assist a company in making positive changes to provide better products and services. To do this, manufacturers that choose this route employ specialized cross-functional teams who use routine tools and procedures to produce the same goods but, with each iteration, provide fresher experiences, services, and sometimes even improved solutions. To accelerate the organization’s growth prospects, digital factory automation is a perfect solution.


The fusion of operational technology (OT) and information technology (IT) systems is known as IT/OT integration. While OT systems monitor events, processes, and devices and modify business and industrial operations, IT techniques are utilized for data-centric computing.

Acetech Automation helps industries in IT + OT integrations to help them in their desired growth.

Energy Monitoring System

We help industries to monitor and save energy. IoT-based energy monitoring systems (EMS) gather and organize energy use data and offer insightful and helpful information, such as chances for energy conservation (ECOs).

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IoT traceability keeps track of a product's development or condition using technology like sensors, scanners, and other devices. It tracks each stage of a product's lifecycle using RFID tags, barcodes, and geographic information system (GIS) technologies.

This covers the manufacture of raw materials, shipping, inventory management, production, and distribution. Even for discrete commodities like cars or appliances, it can let businesses keep an eye on conditions for servicing and troubleshooting.

Connecting with MES

Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES) and smart manufacturing are valuable because of business strategies that take advantage of technology, not because technology is agile.

Every innovative manufacturing initiative needs to be in line with your company's strategic goals if you want to see an ROI. Operations can be optimized using the data that MES provides. You can start to optimize operations across their entire organization by fusing data from MES with that available from other industrial and enterprise sources.

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