Sector heavyweights’ Industry 4.0 agreement
Written by: Philip Mason | Published:

Hytera has signed an agreement with Siemens on what it calls “comprehensive and sustainable strategic cooperation in Industry 4.0, lean production, and intelligent manufacturing.” The signing took place during the China International Industry Fair in Shanghai at the beginning of November.

According to the agreement, Siemens will provide Hytera with consultation on digitalisation solutions, as well as complete automation and product lifecycle management (PLM). This will lead to the construction of a ‘Hytera-Siemens Industry 4.0 Intelligent Production Showroom.’

Speaking at the signing ceremony, senior VP of Hytera, Zeng Hua said: “In our global manufacture centre in Shenzhen, we have insisted on implementing an intelligent production vision. We believe advanced techniques - and excellent quality - can make us more competitive in the worldwide market. The strategic cooperation with Siemens will help improve our intelligent decision-making and operation efficiency in R&D, design, manufacturing and service.”

Wang Haibin, executive VP and general manager of digital factory division at Siemens, said: “Siemens is the only [company] which can provide a ‘digital twin’ on the complete value chain, from product development and manufacturing to factory management. The cooperation with Hytera will be another instance where we help local enterprise complete digital transformation.”


This material is protected by MA Business & Leisure Limited copyright.
See Terms and Conditions.


Comments
Name
 
Email
 
Comments
 

Please view our Terms and Conditions before leaving a comment.

Twitter

Land Mobile is the only monthly publication exclusively dedicated to wireless communications for businesses. Launched in 1993, this leading industry title provides practical advice, expert opinion and commentary and insightful, informative, truly authoritative editorial.

St. Jude's Church,
Dulwich Road,
London,
SE24 0PB,
United Kingdom

MA Business is part of the Mark Allen Group.