Thanks to our collaboration in the initiative of Lantik, SA, a company exclusively owned by the Diputación Foral of Bizkaia, RPS has had the opportunity to participate in the CEBIT, the most important digital transformation event of the world that took place this year in Hannover-Germany from June 11th to 15th . Ibermatica at CEBIT has decided to share real experiences of implementing RPS in industrial clients from different sectors.
For a week, CEBIT offered business decision makers and IT professionals key insights on how to prepare their organizations to compete in the era of digitalization. CEBIT 2018 focused on solutions that can transform old and obsolete data silos into modern digital processes around the Industry 4.0 initiative
RPS presented in the most practical way the roads that some of its clients have already undertaken in this area. Specifically we shared in a well-known presentation the cases of our clients FIBOSA, ARTECA and ULMA Packaging
FIBOSA: Intelligent Integration. From engineering to resource management
Placing the 3D design in the center of the user interface, RPS showed in this session the bidirectional integration between CAD, production planning and project management in RPS. Attendees could experience how design, project, purchase and manufacturing go hand in hand and act within the same platform in RPS in the case of FIBOSA.
ARTECA: Efficient production planning
In this session, ARTECA client of RPS, gave his testimony as a user of our solution from a real perspective explaining from his point of view the most obvious advantages that the implementation has brought. In the same session, RPS showed in detail how our integrated solutions address the challenges of resource planning and re-planning, real production monitoring and plant data capture.
ULMA: Intelligent management of after sales services
Both from the perspective of the machinery manufacturers and the industries using them, RPS showed how in the case of ULMA, thanks to the deployment of connected machines, both types of companies could benefit in relation to post-sale service or maintenance respectively . RPS demonstrated how the sensors installed in the machines could provide information on performance and possible problems in real time and how this information could be used by the internal maintenance team or by the manufacturer.