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Industry 4.0 will promote new opportunities for PLC programmable controllers
Beijing time on January 02, China's touch screen network news, at present, the development of PLC is mainly driven by the demand of emerging industrial markets such as China, Brazil, India and Asia Pacific. It is expected that the growth rate of these two markets will continue to be higher than the average. Level. In addition to Japan, China, South Korea and Taiwan have also become an important part of the global machinery industry. As expected, these markets are transforming towards high-end automation. In 2014, the more sophisticated machinery industry was developed to meet export demand.
“Industrial renaissance, 4.0 industrial era, resurgence phenomenon, etc. well describe the warming trend of the mature manufacturing market in the future. This is just a good vision, or the future of the manufacturing and automation industry in developed countries. Let us look forward to the future development trend," said ARC analyst Florian Güldner, author of the PLC and PAC Global Market Research Report.
The phenomenon of resurgence, that is, the process of manufacturing returning to developed countries. These countries have previously used low-cost compensation to outsource their projects, shifting manufacturing to other countries and regions, such as Eastern Europe and emerging Asian markets.
The ARC found that the resurgence trend will bring huge development potential in certain areas, especially for those industries that need to respond quickly according to customer preferences. This resurgence industry will stimulate more demand for products, thus balancing the wage structure of developed countries. In the long run, we also expect this phenomenon to play a positive role in the development of the market.
In order to meet the increasing demand of the automation market in the resurgence phenomenon, PLC should be able to support the information-driven manufacturing ecosystem, linking the plant floor to the MES and ERP levels, and even in some cases directly to consumers. In addition, the PLC should implement processing requirements for large amounts of data and feed back the results to higher level systems. The result is a network physics system and a modular package and plant that can be self-optimized.
PLC systems are continually improving their safety performance and network security, but in the future they will continue to work on integrating systems for energy management, data analysis and other functions.
The driving force behind the industrial renaissance is to meet user needs. The vast majority of users are still from Europe, Japan and North America. However, as long as transportation costs and time costs are manageable, the wealth of emerging markets and the middle class will continue to grow, thus slowing the resurgence of manufacturing. The ARC report also believes that this phenomenon will further push PLC to the emerging Asian market.
(This article comes from: China Touch Screen Network (http://www.51touch.com/) Detailed Source Reference: http://www.51touch.com/hmi/news/dynamic/201401/02-27284.html)