Machine data acquisition in the production The digital transformation is not only finding its way into all areas of life, but also into the everyday work of every industry. However, there are clear differences in the pace of change. The IT and media industries feel the change abruptly and profoundly – even through the discontinuation
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Digital production "Industry 4.0"
Operational data collection in production Industrial companies are feeling an increasing pressure to adapt themselves to the changing environment. German medium-sized companies in particular are currently facing a wide range of challenges. At the same time, the challenges offer enormous opportunities and potential. In order to remain competitive in the future, small and medium-sized enterprises
5S is a systematic approach to optimizing the working environment. It supports productivity in a company by securing lasting cleanliness and order in all corporate divisions.
Overall Equipment Efficiency (OEE) Total plant efficiency is a production-technical measure used to determine the value added of a plant. An ideal machine would run continuously, always with maximum power and without scrap. In reality, of course, this does not happen. The OEE serves as a key figure for determining how close the plants are
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Industry 4.0 as the postulated future of production technology presents companies with numerous challenges. Small and medium-sized companies usually lack the resources to actively work on the topic complex. At this point, maturity models can start. Learn more about it in our blog entry .
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Selfbits stands for useful and tailor-made software solutions in the area of IoT and Industry 4.0.
We provide our customers with detailed data collection and transparency in their own production.
The in-depth insights and resulting insights are used by our customers to sustainably increase their production efficiency.
As the “Research University in the Helmholtz Association”, the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) creates and communicates knowledge for society and the environment.
Selfbits started as a spin-off at KIT. We continue to be closely associated with KIT, in particular the professorship of Prof. Weinhardt, the KIT Founders Forge and the Innovation and Relations Management (IRM).
EXIST is a funding program of the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi).
It supports the preparation of innovative technology-oriented and knowledge-based start-up projects for students, graduates and scientists. Selfbits was funded by EXIST from 2015 to 2016.