Central European Automation Holding is enhancing industrial automation offerings and expanding opportunities for growth and innovation.
Employees' accidental or malicious actions lead to data leaks and system compromises. Prevention includes advanced technology to monitor and identify normal behavior.
The International Federation of Robotics reports a surge in robot installations in the EU, with Poland leading the trend. Investment in automation and intralogistics is driving this shift.
Discrepancies between plans and execution hamper market adaptability. Even small ideas can boost efficiency via digitization.
In the face of population growth, quality demands, and disruptions, the food industry seeks efficiency through digitization via cloud platforms, IIoT, and AI.
Industry 4.0 solutions can cut factory energy demand by up to 40%, vital for sustainability amid rising challenges in providing traditional sources.