SIEMENS Siemens supports the machine tool industry in utilizing the full potential of data for flexible and sustainable action


Under the motto “Digitalization in Machine Tool Manufacturing – Infinite opportunities from infinite data”, Siemens will be demonstrating at EMO Milano and at the virtual Siemens Machine Tool Days 2021, which will be held at the same time, how the full potential of data can be used for higher productivity. This is because combining the real world with the digital world enables manufacturers and users of machine tools to act flexibly and sustainably.
The challenges are huge: The Covid 19 pandemic has significantly accelerated the pace of change in markets and associated demands. Added to this are growing individualization and the urgent need for more sustainability. This can be mastered with the help of digitalization and automation. Siemens brings together the huge volumes of data generated in this process in a continuous cycle between the real and digital worlds. This enables employees in industrial companies to make appropriate decisions based on data and respond more quickly to trends and changes.
With the Digital Enterprise portfolio, Siemens supports companies exactly where the current challenges lie: With the help of digital twins, such as SINUMERIK ONE, and the use of future technologies such as artificial intelligence or industrial edge computing, machine builders and users can collect, analyze, understand the data generated and thus use in a meaningful way. This allows them to react quickly and flexibly to challenges, adapt their products and manufacturing processes to new requirements and save resources.
At EMO Milano and the Siemens Machine Tool Days, Siemens will demonstrate, among other, how to react quickly to trends with the CNC SINUMERIK ONE, which was launched on the market as a digital native in 2019. SINUMERIK ONE, the first Digital Native CNC, represents the core element for the digital transformation of the machine tool world.