Industry 4.0 is a global technology phenomenon that describes automation and data exchange and processes that include Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS), artificial intelligence (AI), Internet of Things, industrial Internet of Things (IIOT), cloud computing and cognitive computing.
What is Industry 4.0?
How it Begun
In the beginning of the first industrial revolution(mechanization through water and steam power) to the second industrial revolution of mass production and assembly lines using electricity, the fourth industrial revolution will optimize the computerization of the third industrial revolution by enhancing it with connectivity, data analytics and machine learning.
Singapore’s Smart Industry Readiness Index
The Smart Industry Readiness Index is created by Singapore Economic Development Board (EDB) as a guiding framework for industries in their transformation journey to Industrial 4.0. Our company is working relentlessly with our partners to provide solutions to meet the SIRI Standard.
About LKH Precicon
Founded 1985, LKH PRECICON Pte Ltd is an one stop supplier of high quality protection, control and monitoring products.
Today, PRECICON is recognized as a preferred provider of high quality Preventive & Predictive, Control & Connectivity, Measurement & Monitoring products.
Our Featured Solutions
With our experienced team of engineers and our technical know-how, our high quality products and solutions breathe new life to machines and equipment, enabling you to digitalize your plant or factory. Our comprehensive suite of digitalization includes tracking and traceability, data acquisition and logic control solutions.
Our unique predictive maintenance solutions helps users to monitor their performance and condition of their equipment. Armed with data analytics and real time data, our system empowers users to identify breakdowns before they occur.
As customers continue to face increasingly complex production challenges, our team seeks to harness the power of robotics to solve future challenges. We aim to foster harmony between man and machine through constant innovation in collaboration, efficiency and safety.
The IIoT greatly improve connectivity, efficiency, time and cost savings for industrial organizations. IIoT networks of intelligent devices allow industrial organizations to harness data and connect them from machines & plants to buildings & offices. Business leaders can use IIoT data to get a full and accurate view of their business operations
3 Simple steps to your Journey to Industry 4.0
Consult with us. Let us identify and analyse your pain points and challenges, recommend improvements and solutions
Supply you with our specialized products and customized solutions that is interoperable with your existing equipments and facility
Support you with testing and commission with our partners, training to upgrade your skillsets in this digital era
Tai Sin Electric Limited
Like most manufacturers, Tai Sin Electric Limited seek to identify bottlenecks in its manufacturing process and understand shop floor performance. It also faces challenges in machine downtime and manual labor issues.
Through our implementation of Production Monitoring System, the manufacturing process has been made more transparent, empowering the users with real-time analysis of the shop floor performance. Using this data analysis, they pinpoint their process bottlenecks and optimise their manufacturing performance and minimise downtime.
Training Kit for Education Institute
As part of the Education Institute’s mission to provide up-to-date curriculum and keeping up with the latest technological trends, the school sought out experienced companies to create educational and engaging training kits for the students. Through the process, LKH Precicon was engaged to design and craft a customised training and demo kit to demonstrate on Industry 4.0 application.
Design & Prototyping of Education Kit
Working closely with our trusted partners from design to prototyping, our sales and engineering team came out with the i4.0 Education Kit as a complement to the education lessons for students on Industry 4.0 applications and real learning examples.
Industrial IoT for Commercial Building
No tracking of energy resources usage
Customer need to manually track and record water and energy meters. If there is a sudden increase in consumption bill, the customer face an issue of not knowing what triggered the increase. To make matters worse, there is a lack of consumption data and historical data of the meters cannot be stored.
IIoT Monitoring Solution
Through our consultation with our customer. We designed an IIoT (Industrial Internet of Thing) Monitoring Solution for them to monitor water consumption, energy reading and electricity usage (kwh). Together with our reliable partners, we retrofitted the buildings with modern water meters and digital meters and connect them with mini-SCADA (Supervisory control and data acquisition).
Cobot & AIV Solution for Processing Plant
Tedious and repetitive process tasks
Most of the tasks in the processing plants involve very repetitive tasks. If the processing plant has to meet the production quota of 10000 items per day, you can imagine the production crew working on the given task for countless times a day. Repeat that for 5 to 6 days a week, 52 weeks in a year and that is a lot of repetitive strain. Besides human fatigue and human error, there are times that call for overtime production which make matters worse.
Omron Cobot Pick & Place Application
After surveying the production site to understand the production process, our experienced engineering team worked with strategic partners and implemented the Omron Cobot & AIV (Automated Intelligent Vehicle) system for the processing floor. Click on the below button to find out more.