Manufacturing Connectivity

Digital journey - Connect

Start your digital journey where you connect your manufacturing devices with other machines, processes and people. As you adapt your business and operations, your data infrastructure can deliver new applications as you need them.

manufacturing connectivity

No matter if you push data to the cloud or within the plant, security aspects are essential and need to be designed into the solutions from the start. 

As the connectivity becomes more unsupervised, it is crucial to have the connect layer also to take care of quality, validity and preparation which is defined as a data operations (DataOps) strategy managing the entire data lifecycle across IT and OT layers, breaking silos between applications.

With our agile DataOps approach to designing, implementing and maintaining a distributed data architecture, we help you to ensure that your entire organization’s data can be used in the most flexible, effective manner possible to achieve positive business outcomes for your production.

Current Highlights
Introduction to industrial data

Introduction to data management


Start your industrial digital transformation journey with developing an effective, future-proof industrial data strategy.

Read our guide to improve your connectivity and data practices, from field-level collection to effective analysis.

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The End of Silos

The End of Silos

How industrial connectivity,
new IIoT technologies and digital processes are taking collaboration and innovation to new levels.

Read about Connected Machines, Efficient Communications, Smarter Operations.

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Four practical use cases for Industrial DataOps

Industrial DataOps HighByte Infographic

Most manufacturing companies realize the benefits of leveraging industrial data to improve production and save costs, but the challenge is to integrate data streams across applications. Industrial DataOps provides a new approach to data integration and management.

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