Integrate your systems

We believe that technology and human creativity has the power to change the industry field. That’s why we focus on facilitating the integration process of all Industry 4.0 pillars. For us, the integration system is the key to approach humans to technology, but this is not the unique benefit. We understand the integration has the power to:

  • Standardize processes;
  • Increase productivity and efficiency;
  • Reduce costs and production losses;
  • Increase colaboration between areas;
  • Guarantee data confiability and integrity;
  • Increase assertiviness during decision making process;
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Nothing defines an industrial revolution better than the technology involved.

Get to know the pillars of Industry 4.0

  • Big Data and Analytics

    In an Industry 4.0 context, the collection and comprehensive evaluation of data from many different sources—production equipment and systems as well as enterprise- and customer-management systems—will become standard to support real-time decision making.

  • Autonomous Robots

    Robots will eventually interact with one another and work safely side by side with humans and learn from them. These robots will cost less and have a greater range of capabilities than those used in manufacturing today.

  • Simulation

    Simulations will be used more extensively in plant operations to leverage real-time data and mirror the physical world in a virtual model, which can include machines, products, and humans. This will allow operators to test and optimize the machine settings for the next product in line in the virtual world before the physical changeover, thereby driving down machine setup times and increasing quality.

  • Horizontal and Vertical System Integration

    With Industry 4.0, companies, departments, functions, and capabilities will become much more cohesive, as cross-company, universal data-integration networks evolve and enable truly automated value chains.

  • Industrial Internet of Things

    Allows connectivity between devices making access and control flexible throughout the production process.

  • Cybersecurity

    With the increased connectivity and use of standard communications protocols that come with Industry 4.0, the need to protect critical industrial systems and manufacturing lines from cybersecurity threats increases dramatically. As a result, secure, reliable communications as well as sophisticated identity and access management of machines and users are essential.

  • Cloud Computing

    More production-related undertakings will require increased data sharing across sites and company boundaries. At the same time, the performance of cloud technologies will improve, achieving reaction times of just several milliseconds. As a result, machine data and functionality will increasingly be deployed to the cloud, enabling more data-driven services for production systems.

  • Additive Manufacturing

    Companies have just begun to adopt additive manufacturing, such as 3-D printing, which they use mostly to prototype and produce individual components. With Industry 4.0, these additive-manufacturing methods will be widely used to produce small batches of customized products that offer construction advantages, such as complex, lightweight designs.

  • Augmented Reality

    Augmented-reality-based systems support a variety of services, such as selecting parts in a warehouse and sending repair instructions over mobile devices. These systems are currently in their infancy, but in the future, companies will make much broader use of augmented reality to provide workers with real-time information to improve decision making and work procedures.