Definitions for "Systems Integration"
The progressive assembling of system components into a whole system.
Combination and coordination of separate and diverse systems into a more complete or harmonious whole that will work together.
The ability of computers, instrumentation and other components to share data or applications.
The art and science of integrating processes, functions, people and data so the end result is a seamless and tight knit system.
Systems Integration is the process of bringing data or a function from one system together with that of another. Where these systems already exist, the process is sometimes realised by using middleware, either packaged by a vendor or written on a custom basis. A common challenge for an enterprise is to integrate an existing (or legacy) system with a new system, or with a system used by another company.
Combining sub-systems and/or peripherals, adding software and cabling to specification in order to produce fully configured product.
Combines the palletizer with upstream and downstream equipment.
having intelligent subsystems that communicate with each other and act upon the information shared.