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Decentralized automation: this is the industry of the future

Published: 21 February 2023, 09:00 Updated: 3 March 2023, 08:56Today, Sweden’s industries are making their fastest transition ever – towards Industry 4.0. Increased automation is necessary to keep up with developments and the key factor for maximum efficiency is decentralized control, says José Ramalho, CEO of Turck Sweden. – We move the intelligence out to machines so that industries can keep up with the future. Turck is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of automation solutions in the industrial sector and is active in 60 countries. They offer smart solutions in everything from sensors to the cloud and otherwise specialize in fieldbuses, connection technology and interfaces adapted to people, machines and wireless communication. With Turck as a partner, companies get help paving the way for Industry 4.0 by automating and digitizing their factories, processes and logistics. – We offer solutions for factory and process automation and have production facilities in Europe, Asia, North and South America, which is advantageous as we can quickly adapt to the demands of the local markets, says José.A more self-sustaining industry José tells us that at Turck they compare decentralized automation with a well-functioning team consisting of competent employees. – Such a work team often works more efficiently than a strictly hierarchical organization. When each person has an understanding of the task, the purpose and the goal, it means that they are independent and the central management therefore has no need to decide everything on their own, he explains. Decentralized automation thus means moving intelligence to machines, which creates a more autonomous industry by transferring responsibility to local components. The end result is effectively automated machines and facilities that minimize costs, secure product quality and guarantee high availability in production. – Decentralizing the automation also contributes to reducing both commissioning and the time between production and to the product being out on the market. It also enables companies to modularize their plants and machines. It means even more freedom in production as it simplifies the expansion or movement of production resources, says José. Experience from several industriesTurck’s solid experience in assisting a variety of industries such as the construction, automotive, transport, food and pharmaceutical industries means that they can contribute to most companies achieving their digitization and automation goals. – Thanks to varied customers and knowledge of both electronics development and production at the highest level, we have gathered specific competence from the majority of industries. Therefore, we can guarantee optimal solutions for each customer’s automation regardless of the type of industry involved, concludes José. Read more here The article is produced by Brand Studio in collaboration with Turck and not an article by Dagens industri

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