With ADAMOS to a turnkey provider
DMG MORI has implemented an important element of the CELOS digital factory with the digitalisation of the shop floor. To further expand digitalisation, DMG MORI, together with partners from mechanical engineering and IT, has founded the ADAMOS IIoT initiative.
“ADAMOS is an important component of our ‘Path of Digitization’, as we have more control of the digitalisation process and are in a position to actively shape it”, stresses Dr. Rudzio on the strategic importance of the IIoT initiative. While DMG MORI independently develops a platform-based business model, ADAMOS GmbH cooperates in the area of the required IIoT infrastructure, on the basic software and digital products as well as the availability of data-based services.
The core of the global ADAMOS initiative is to develop the digital future of mechanical engineering in an alliance of equals. “We want to jointly determine the rules of digital production in an interdisciplinary cooperation. This is the only way that industrial companies can avoid the risk of entering into a dependent relationship with software companies or large internet businesses”, is Dr. Rudzio’s appeal. DMG MORI works on ADAMOS with strong partners such as Dürr, Zeiss, ASM, Engel and Software AG. Other partners will follow.
DMG MORI started with a CELOS app-based control and operating system. CELOS Manufacturing already enables data-based processes to be completely planned and visualised in the factory. Thanks to ADAMOS, CELOS can now be expanded into an open network and a digital marketplace for the mechanical engineering industry. Dr. Rudzio’s conclusion: “We can now offer our customers comprehensive digital services for our machines. We are able to digitalise the entire process chain of production and, thanks to ADAMOS, we can successfully design basic and integral processes for our customers using a 360-degree approach.