Bosch Rexroth to showcase Factory of the Future technology at The Assembly Show

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Bosch Rexroth will showcase its intelligent, step-by-step approach to building the Factory of the Future in booth 531 during The Assembly Show 2019, October 22-24, 2019 at the Donald E. Stevens Convention Center in Rosemont, IL. The company will have booth exhibits demonstrating a full range of integrated mechatronics concepts and transport systems that can provide scalable technologies on the path to the Factory of the Future

Bosch Rexroth’s goal is to help manufacturers create an effective roadmap to make the best use of Industry 4.0 technology, improving their operations and competitive capabilities. Exhibits and demonstrations aim to help manufacturers learn about and step through key points on the journey to the Factory of the Future — whether they’re seeking to add digital assistant capabilities to manual production solutions, looking to add modular technology that incorporates new sensors to capture production data or are ready for full i4.0 connectivity across their operations.

Key product highlights in the Rexroth booth will include: Lean Implementation with Aluminum Framing, Technology Integration in Workstations, Data Collection with Mechatronics@Work, Data Analysis and Visualization with IoT Gateway, Monitoring Machine Health with ActiveMover, and Factory-wide Intelligence with Smart Assembly 4.0 Conveyors.

Bosch Rexroth will also debut two new products during The Assembly Show:

Smart Function Kit: This new, modular mechatronics package consists of mechanical components, electrical components and software and is immediately ready for use across a wide range of standardized pressing and joining applications. It’s a smart, complete solution that simplifies product selection and configuration as well as commissioning.

GoSelect: This new online ordering tool is designed to streamline product selection and make cost quoting a breeze. The user-friendly interface offers pricing and availability on hundreds of products. Users can instantly download CAD drawings which are available in a variety of formats, including PDF3D, STEP, IGES and DXF. During the show, be sure to check out the various workshops, including two informative presentations from Rodney Rusk, Industry 4.0 leader for Bosch Rexroth Corporation.

On Tuesday, October 22 in workshop number one, Rusk will present “Getting Started on the Road to Industry 4.0,” where he will discuss how Industry 4.0 will inevitably lead to new types of work. Discussion will include ways of working and examining the kinds of changes that companies need to accomplish to make full, effective use of Industry 4.0 solutions.

On Wednesday, October 23, Rusk will present “The Road to the Connected Factory,” where he will share Bosch Rexroth’s vision for how companies can approach developing a connected factory roadmap.

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