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Architecting and Implementing the Smart Factory Initiative

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Phoenix Contact
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Part two of this innovative video series. Learn how Phoenix Contact helped SFK get a smart factory from architecture to implementation.

Architecting and Implementing the Smart Factory Initiative

Last month we learned how Phoenix Contact helped their client SKF Plan and Implement a Smart Factory. Now we're back with part two! In this second video, Dan Schafer, Senior Product Marketing Manager at Phoenix Contact, and Mary DeAlba, Shop Floor Land Service Owner at SFK, are diving into some of the finer points of SKF's recent smart factory adoption.

They're covering some of the finer points during the architecture process and the implementation itself. Watch it below:

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Phoenix Contact is a globally present, Germany-based market leader. Their group is synonymous with future-oriented components, systems, and solutions in the fields of electrical engineering, electronics, and automation. A global network across more than 100 countries and 17,600 employees ensure close proximity to our customers, which they believe is particularly important.

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