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The Future of ManufacturingThe Future of Manufacturing

Making Things Right

Industry is playing an increasingly important role worldwide. It is considered a driver for innovation, growth, and social stability. At the same time, however, competition is growing more intense. Customers demand new, high-quality products and customized offerings at ever shorter time intervals. In addition, it is necessary to continually increase productivity. And only those who can make do with less energy and fewer resources will be able to cope with the growing cost pressure.

These challenges can be overcome. The solution lies in merging the virtual and real production world, in innovative software, and in automation and drive technologies as well as services. These will reduce time to market, make production more efficient and flexible – and help industrial companies retain their competitive edge.


Staying competitive in the future of manufacturing

 

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Industry Software

Industry software merges the real world with the virtual world. This makes production faster, more flexible, more productive, and helps companies remain competitive.



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Resource Efficiency

From the cost factor to the success factor – using expert knowledge, technologies, services, and industry expertise to achieve the best possible resource efficiency.



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Industrial Integration

Industrial integration increases productivity, efficiency, and flexibility throughout the product development and production process.




For our customers, the future of manufacturing is already here today

 

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Automatic instead of manual

Car door assembly made easy: How Siemens can help automotive manufacturers further automate and accelerate their processes, increase quality, and boost their competitiveness.



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Innovative mechanical engineering

Revealing details from space: How OptoTech Optikmaschinen GmbH can meet rapidly the needs of the global market in Germany.



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Digitally controlled

Oil and gas from a depth of 1,000 meters: Petrobras puts its digitally controlled oil refinery for the 21st century into operation and sets new standards for quality, safety, and security.