Monitoring and predictive maintenance involve tracking certain processes and/or assets without directly controlling or impacting them.

Monitoring and Maintenance

Monitoring and predictive maintenance refers to the monitoring of certain processes and/ or assets, but without immediately impacting the processes themselves (in contrast to a typical closed-loop control system in factory automation, for example). This includes, in particular, condition monitoring and predictive maintenance based on sensor data. Example use cases [1] include massive wireless sensor networks, and remote access and maintenance. Communication services for monitoring and predictive maintenance are limited to a local service area (both indoor and outdoor). Interaction is required with thepublic network (e.g. for service continuity, roaming, etc.).

Factory automation
Factory automation comprises automated control, monitoring, and optimization of processes and workflows within a factory.
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Process automation
Process automation refers to the control of production and handling of substances such as chemicals, foodstuffs and beverages, etc.
Human Machine Interface (HMI)
Human-machine interfaces (HMIs) include a wide variety of devices for people to interact with production systems.
Logistics and Warehousing
Logistics and warehousing have to do with organizing and controlling the storage and movement of materials and goods in the context of industrial production.

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