Automation and networking technology continue to play a vital role in the manufacturing industry, especially mechanical and plant engineering. Along with enabling greater energy efficiency, flexible production capabilities, and digital manufacturing, the Internet of Things is one of the guiding trends shaping the future of automation. This includes the connectivity of physical and smart devices, buildings, and other devices and locations embedded with electronics, software, sensors, actuators, and networks.
With fully automated and networked processes, Smart Factories are capable of realising greater productivity, and as a result, can offer customers improved manufacturing efficiency. All sectors of manufacturing are relying on increased automation to remain competitive on regional and global levels. Lapp Group is playing a critical role in futureproofing automation capabilities by providing an array of data transmission products that are designed not just for today, but for ever-evolving communications needs.
Continuous flex bus cable Industrial Ethernet cable for torsion movement
Fieldbus cable for stationary tray applications Ethernet cable for structured building cabling
PROFIBUS cable for torsion movement Power and control cable
PROFIBUS cable for cable trolleys Optical fiber cable
Fieldbus cabling for controllers like PLCs Rectangular and circular connectors
Data cable and connectors Strain relief cable glands
Cabling for camera systems Protective cable conduit systems
Industrial Ethernet cable for tray applications Cable marking systems