The Challenge

The essential features of Smart Manufacturing

  • Distributed Intelligence
  • Flexible configuration and fast Integration
  • Full Automation
  • Real-Time monitoring
  • Quality control
  • Waste Reduction
  • Scheduled operation
  • Production Management
  • Remote control
  • Secured network connection
  • Fault Detection


IoT Solutions for Smart manufacturing

Smart manufacturing allows factory managers to automatically collect and analyze data for better-informed decisions and optimized production. IoT is revolutionizing three core aspects of manufacturing by bringing innovation into traditional processes: Shop Floor Operations, Supply Chain, and Remote and Third Party Operations. Smart factories create efficiencies and new capabilities that help manufacturers improve productivity, reduce costs and identify new revenue opportunities.

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Applications of IoT technology for Industry 4.0

Benefits of IoT technology for Industry 4.0

  • Provides the ability to monitor
  • Manage processes remotely
  • Remote production control
  • Improvement of operational performance
  • Increasing flexibility and credibility
  • Ensuring safety and compliance
  • Increase productivity and uptime.
  • Improve process efficiencies.

  • Accelerate innovation.
  • Reduce asset downtime.
  • Enhance operational efficiency.
  • Create end-to-end operational visibility.
  • Improve product quality.
  • Reduce operating costs.
  • Optimize production scheduling.
  • Improve overall equipment effectiveness (OEE).

Industry 4.0 Products

Swivt’s IoT deployments based on robust and fit-for-purpose data orchestration solutions can help manufacturers overcome the smart factory’s key challenges. These platforms integrate legacy machines and sensors into IT systems and introduce edge intelligence, a critical ingredient of IIoT success. It optimizes production and avoids costly disruptions with real-time visibility throughout the value chain.

Swivt enables you to connect your enterprise and IoT applications without custom code. The system helps to transform your supply chain with end-to-end IIoT-enabled solutions.


  1. Digital Presence: Being able to create digital or cyber-physical models of parts or the complete manufacturing system to develop a simulation environment for advanced planning, decision support and validation capability, before any action is implemented physically.
  2. Modularity: Being able to create ‘‘economies of scale’’ within the manufacturing system.
  3. Scalability: Being able to adjust (e.g. increase) production capacity through the manufacturing system reconfiguration with minimal cost and in minimal time.
  4. Fully Automated: Being able to fully control by means of a computer system parts or the complete manufacturing system.
  5. Robustness: Being able to cope with problems during production as a manufacturing. Robustness can be achieved through redundancy.
  6. Agility: Being able to respond to external changes (e.g. market changes) that affect production plans.
  7. Resilience: Being able to tolerate large perturbations during production and still achieve production goals.
  8. Decentralized: Being able to allow the components or subsystems of a manufacturing system to operate on local information to accomplish global production goals.
  9. Integrability: Being able to bring together different component subsystems (e.g. machine tools, robots, computer systems, humans) of a manufacturing system into one integrated system and ensuring that all the sub-systems function together as a coordinated whole.
  10. Proactivity: Being able to anticipate (predict), by means of continuous situation-awareness capabilities, events (e.g. problems) in the production or manufacturing system components (e.g. machine tool) and react ahead of time (e.g. proactive maintenance).

Models and sensors

Intelligent Robotic Arm

Most manipulators are roughly divided into two types according to the control method. The first is a dedicated manipulator that can complete preprogrammed processing actions by itself. Most of these control methods are industrial manipulators, which are often used in assembly lines in factories. It can be used to handle a lot of repetitive work; the second is a general-purpose manipulator that uses real-time command input manually to obtain the feedback action of the manipulator. The manipulator using this control method has high flexibility and can be used in tasks with complex environments.

View Intelligent Robotic ArmTechnical Guide

Sensors available:

  • Ultrasonic sensor
  • LDR
  • PIR sensor
  • Temperature sensor
  • Accelerometer
  • Wifi Module
  • Bluetooth
  • Flex sensor

Gas Leakage sensors

Gas Leakage sensors work by monitoring different gas levels in the air. These devices are generally battery operated and used for safety. Once they detect a higher than normal concentration of gas in the air, they warn people in the location through a series of really hard to miss audible beeps.

View Gas Leakage sensorsTechnical Guide

Sensors available:

  • Infrared sensor
  • Built-in Battery Monitoring
  • Carbon Monoxide (CO)
  • Hydrogen sulfide (H2S)
  • Ammonia (NH3)
  • Hydrogen Fluoride (HF)
  • Wifi Module


Modbus is transmitted over serial lines between devices. The simplest setup would be a single serial cable connecting the serial ports on two devices, a Master and a Slave. The data is sent as a series of ones and zeros called bits. Each bit is sent as a voltage. Zeroes are sent as positive voltages and ones as negative. The bits are sent very quickly. A typical transmission speed is 9600 baud (bits per second).

View ModbusTechnical Guide

Sensors available:

  • It uses Modbus technology for serial communication

Waste Quality Sensor

The sensors are ultrasonic, robust, water and shock resistant, fully functional within a wide temperature range, and are set to measure from 3 cm up to 400 cm. Sensors measure fill-levels in bins. Ultrasonic technology ensures top measurement accuracy. Smart Sensors can connect to several IOT networks or GPRS to ensure fast data transfer. The hardware is of high quality, making use of top quality electronic chips available. The sensors are equipped with replaceable batteries with a lifespan of several years.

View Waste Quality SensorTechnical Guide

Sensors available:

  • Ultrasonic sensor
  • Harmful chemicals sensor

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