Industry 4.0 modules
Bluffton, Ohio – GROB Systems, a global leader in the development of manufacturing systems and machine tools, announces GROB NET4Industry modules, designed to meet the needs of Industry 4.0 in a manner that is flexible, productive, and conserves resources.
GROB-NET4Industry features various modular components that can be combined in a highly customizable manner, ensuring the ideal solution for each application case. The modules within GROB-NET4Industry allow customers to manage direct and indirect areas around the machining process to achieve the most efficient utilization of high-precision, premium-quality machines. From production planning, monitoring, and analysis to the visualization of workpiece machining processes, proactive servicing, and maintenance, all areas of production are integrated.
Additionally, GROB-NET4Industry modules are equipped with integration platforms for all machine types, with the goal of implementing manufacturer-independent digitization concepts and offering comprehensive project support to all customers. The modules are available on the control systems of leading manufacturers including Siemens, Heidenhain, and Fanuc.
Available GROB-NET4Industry modules include:
|GROB4Portal||Secure industry platform for all cloud services and other services|
|GROB4Line||Monitor machines via smartphone|
|GROB4Analyze||Machine feedback for the CIP process|
|GROB4Connect||Connect the shop floor to the ERP system|
|GROB4Track||Monitor machine axes at all times|
|GROB4Care||Service and maintenance portal|
|GROB4Automation||Intuitive control software for unmanned operation|
|GROB4Interface||Machine communication the easy way|
|GROB4Pilot||Multifunctional and interactive machine operation|
In conjunction with GROB-NET4Industry, GROB4Pilot control enables almost entirely paperless production operations. The multifunctional and interactive operating concept is state of the art, featuring a capacitive touch screen, internet connectivity, and 3D support that makes it possible to depict all processes relating to machining. Boasting a feedback function and a walk through supported by visual features, the controllers also open up a whole new way of working.