Smart connectivity for optimal production

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DT is exhibiting end-to-end solutions of today for the smart factory of tomorrow at Hannover Messe 2017. How the smart factory will become a reality.

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Deutsche Telekom is presenting solutions for "smart factory" production at Hannover Messe from April 24 - 28, 2017.

​​​​​​​The factory of the future will organize its own processes and be able to constantly learn how to conduct and improve production. Deutsche Telekom provides business enterprises with modular end-to-end solutions for digitizing manufacturing processes to optimize them step by step. Cross-functional data can be communicated and analyzed in real time via the cloud: In addition to expert consulting, Deutsche Telekom also offers preconfigured business intelligence (BI) solutions based on Apriso (3DS), MES and MPI, as well as integrated TAGPilot solutions from TAGnology, not to mention preconfigured SAP (ERP and PLM) interfaces.

More efficient machines, better products

Predicting problems, reducing outages, and keeping machines up and running: Digitized service processes in next-generation maintenance not only boost efficiency, but also automatically lead to better products. This is being demonstrated live with the spot welding robot at the Deutsche Telekom booth in Hanover. Prediction, analysis and execution – Deutsche Telekom offers all of the modules business enterprises need to connect and analyze data from production through to quality management.

Predictive maintenance

Condition monitoring in real time ensures the availability of machines and systems. The analysis of status and operational data supports early detection of potential problems. The result is a smart factory that organizes processes autonomously, orders spare or wear parts, and contacts maintenance engineers as needed. The result: Machines are productive for longer periods, outages are reduced, and there are fewer production rejects and waste. Data from the Internet of Things contributes to better planning and process transparency.


ServiceNow is the exclusive Software-as-a-Service solution from T-Systems that is offered from the Telekom Cloud. The application digitizes, integrates, and automates both IT and non-IT business processes. Users have full transparency so that cross-departmental and enterprise-wide processes can be supported and accelerated. The platform has ready-to-run applications for service, operations and business management tasks which can be enhanced with additional customized apps.

Smart production

T-Systems, the corporate customer arm of Deutsche Telekom, and EATON are collaborating to help mechanical engineers and system operators make a smooth and hassle-free transition to Industry 4.0. EATON, the automation specialist, has designed its components for connectivity with the Multi-IoT platform from T-Systems. Entire production facilities can thus be monitored from the cloud and the machine data used for various purposes. Medium-sized enterprises profit from their ability to collect, store, securely process production data in the cloud.

Join us at Hannover Messe
There's no avoiding digitization. It guarantees future success. DT shows what it can do as your digitization partner, from April 24 to 28 at Hannover Messe. Where? Hall 7, booth A40.  Join us at Hannover Messe to discover the driver of the future: digitization. Visitors can get real hands-on experience.


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Deutsche Telekom at Hannover Messe.