Smart Industry projects have started to clarify for Codespring customers around 2015-2016 when the global alliances and experts started to refine the definition of “Industry 4.0” and the “smart factory”. Having a proven working experience with industrial software development for various industry customers, at Codespring we had just to coin the limits of what our software development from Cluj-Napoca can deliver for smart industry projects.
How did Codespring approach the Smart Industry arena?
Considering that fact that smart industry envisions the creation of industrial environments where production and logistics are handled without any human intervention, Codespring software engineering team was ready to put their programming skills, network security management and connectivity handling at the service of some of the most prominent industrial actors in Europe and Northern America.
What technology stack support smart industry projects at Codespring?
Smart industry projects emerge from specific smart factory systems. The technical basis of any smart factory or recently accepted as “intelligent factory” is the cyber-physical systems communicating via the Internet of Things (IoT).
Data exchange between industrial plants and actual products and services is key for the well-functioning a smart factory, or larger smart industry.
In practice an ecosystem composed of condition monitoring or predictive maintenance system, industrial communications, industrial drives, industrial robots, industrial sensors, industrial tools and programmable logic controllers (PLCs) is orchestrated in order to make the smart industry system work.
To be even more specific, each smart industry project that we have been working for benefited of the handling and integration of smart sensors, edge processing platforms, industrial gateways, bi-directional, point-to-point data connectivity, I/O modules, HMIs, industrial ethernet, control units and the necessary software applications ecosystems to manage it.