Top firms join efforts to set up Manufacturing Advanced Technology Center in Mexico
Rockwell Automation, Panduit and Cisco, with special collaboration of Tecnológico de Monterrey, EY and Unified announced the opening of their Manufacturing Advanced Technology Center (MATC) in Mexico City.
“The MATC showcases how companies in the automotive, mining, food & beverage and cementing industries can embrace the future now by establishing their digital journey for transformation and navigating the new Industry 4.0 era,” said the companies in a joint statement.
Companies visiting the MATC will witness real solutions by simulating and prototyping projects, learning about state-of-the-art solutions and co-innovating with a multidisciplinary group of experts.
“The impact on businesses can be extraordinary. Firms can achieve unparalleled levels of productivity and cost efficiencies by leveraging technologies such as big data, cloud computing, automation, IoT and process integration. And, all of these technologies are under a cybersecurity umbrella to protect a business,” reads the document.
Customer experience at the MATC is focused on personalization. By focusing on the specific needs and priorities of each client, businesses can transform data into action.
In the MATC, EY brings their globally local business expertise together with Rockwell for process automation, Panduit’s industrial infrastructure, Cisco’s power to drive agility to businesses with enterprise and industrial connectivity, Unified Networks as IT integrator and finally Tecnológico de Monterrey with all its research and academic talent – all of them in one single place to embrace each challenge and define the best solution for all of their clients.
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