Industry 4.0 is an essential component of increasing your efficiency - and that absolutely includes energy efficiency.
For example, Automation World said, "Savings can be found in ensuring there are no compressed air leaks in your systems, which lead to wasted air, equipment maintenance and downtime, and drops in productivity."
Additionally, if you increase your efficiency overall the effects on energy efficiency can be seen across the board. The key is to have visibility into your machines and to be able to monitor which areas need the most attention.
How could you do better with your energy efficiency?
But what relevant and practical data and understanding can Industry 4.0 bring your company in everyday operations, such as monitoring compressed air consumption, process optimization, enabling energy efficiencies, and providing preventive diagnostics?Many large pharma companies’ production initiatives—generating and using data for GMP (good manufacturing practices), energy consumption and conservation improvements, operational productivity and efficiency, and improving revenues and margins—directly correlate to compressed air use.Read More