5 mistakes to avoid in the digital transformation of your plant

Whatever the size of your factory, it’s time for all organizations to embark on the journey towards digital transformation in an aim to get the most out of the plant by applying the different solutions offered by Industry 4.0 (Artificial intelligence (AI), Machine learning (ML), Big data, Cloud, Data Analytics, Internet of Things (IoT) or Digital Twin) throughout the whole production chain.

Technology and Industry 4.0: meeting the challenge with the right partner

Industry 4.0 is in the news and companies in every sector are becoming aware of the terminology. Its potential for improving productivity is immense. But we must remember that this concept includes dozens of very different technologies, each with different implications and results. The challenge for industrial companies is to understand the possibilities for their business in detail and draw up a plan to transform production processes step by step.

When faster and more effective client response comes down to optimizing workloads

The tendency in today’s world is to manage in an increasingly intelligent way and, unsurprisingly, this affects the industrial environment, the plants and industrial facilities in which the real-time planning and optimization of productive processes is fundamental for a business’ competitiveness. In practice, this is made possible through the incorporation of Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) systems that streamline business processes and significantly improve productivity. The "all connected" and "in time" production trend is now a reality, but this race towards innovation has its advantages and its disadvantages.