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Data flow requires special protection against cyber attacks

June 9, 2022 6:32 pm

Industry 4.0 represents mass production with little or no human involvement; Industry 5.0 brings personalization and human influence back to manufacturing.

 

Speaking with OEM Update, Ashok Shinde, Business Development Manager, Middle East & SAARC, Red Lion Controls said, delayed reactions to failure or downtime cost money, hence it must be responded to quickly.

 

Which latest trends and innovation are impacting the automation industry? 

According to the Forbes magazine, the demand for workflow automation processes is expected to spike to $26 billion by 2025, up from less than $5 billion in 2018. More than 25% of companies use automation in their hiring process, and by 2022, 70% of customer service interactions will leverage some sort of AI automation technology.

 

Could you briefly talk about your products and solutions? 

A high degree of automation also means a high availability of data, whether needed in the operational area, the OT or in the IT of the company. Data acquisition and monitoring is becoming increasingly important, ideally data is displayed and processed in real time in both areas. Especially here, Red Lion’s Edge Automation platform FlexEdge offers optimal data collection and data processing between the different enterprise levels. Anything that offers seamless communication of a solution with integrated data transmission has a future. Data must be visible and tangible everywhere and quickly. Delayed reactions to failure or downtime cost money, and must be responded to quickly.

In addition, data flow requires special protection against cyberattacks, a major challenge for future data processing and transfer whether within the enterprise or to external storage. Red Lion is offering a full range of automation and networking solutions to submit a full OT/IT convergence of data within the factory. IT-security solutions with remote access extend the Industry 4.0 solutions by the recent acquisition of MB connectline GmbH. 

 

How do you perceive manufacturing with Industry 4.0/ 5.0 to optimize production in present times of digital adoption?

 It is important that you continue to take care of your physical and mental health and that this is also perceived by the companies themselves. Ethical and humane guidelines should be an integral part of any corporate philosophy. How the companies implement this is currently still up to them, but a corresponding overriding stipulation with regard to Industry 5.0 would possibly be desirable. Industry 4.0 represents mass production with little or no human involvement; Industry 5.0 brings personalization and human influence back to manufacturing. Robots, for example, work alongside humans to help them produce the personalized products consumers demand. The biggest advances forecast for Industry 5.0 involve the collaboration of human intelligence and cognitive computing.

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