CeMAT 2020, 20 - 24 April
Logistics IT

How integration works

HARTING is teaming up with partner company pco Personal Computer Organisation GmbH & Co. KG at CeMAT 2018 to showcase real-life examples of how different systems can be networked and integrated into order processing in manufacturing.

18 Apr. 2018

The pco integration layer is key to successfully integrating and networking different systems. The solution is designed to network and visualize AutoID-supported container management (mobile hand-held) and Tool Ident (stationary in the machine) with process, machine and manufacturing order data. What's more, a new database for storing processing data is set to pave the way for predictive maintenance.

HARTING Deutschland GmbH & Co. KG is renowned for its extensive know-how in electrical, electronic and optical connection, transmission and networking technology as well as in manufacturing, mechatronics and software. The Group develops tailor-made solutions and products, such as interconnectivity systems for transferring energy and data in mechanical engineering, rail technology, wind energy plants, factory automation and much more besides. HARTING also produces electromagnetic components for the automobile industry and specializes in industrial enclosures, wiring, automated distribution systems and standalone and turnkey systems. Visitors curious to discover the pco solution and how intelligent container systems are kicking off the digital revolution shouldn’t miss this perfect opportunity to visit the company's joint stand at this year's CeMAT in Hannover.

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