Industry is changing
Many technologies revolve around industry 4.0 and mechanical engineering. Most of them are digital, hence their significant impact.
This impact concerns:
- the possibility of connecting everything to collect data, the notion of IoT (Internet of Things, but not only…)
- the development of decentralized infrastructures (referring to “cloudification”)
- data analysis such as machine learning
- Several technologies now represent an evolution within the industry
These are the possibilities offered by electronic integration, cobotics, virtual and augmented reality, gamma-ray NDT, etc. Ultimately, technological disruptions are unfolding.
The combination of artificial intelligence, vision systems, new cognitive interfaces and blockchain, some of which should revolutionize the industrial world and by the end, making the maintenance of industrial robots easier over time with impressive evolution of techno and mechanical engineering.
Addressing the subject by focusing on 2 fundamental aspects:
- The customer’s need or usage
- The market segment approach associated with the customers’ process knowledge
Value creation through innovation
Usage-based solutions and services by combining process knowledge and the best technologies of the moment. Actemium can apply a mechanical engineering approach to the plant of the future in 5 aspects:
To address the five main drivers of the industry of the future:
- Quality, with a need to move up the range
- Reliability, the key to efficient (and safe) production
- Productivity, greater competitiveness
- Flexibility, to be able to adapt to demand and produce at will, thanks to industrial automation.
- Sustainability, which includes environmental aspects
Act for sustainability
Eco-Efficiency is a major concern in all Actemium projects. It’s the combination of Energy-efficiency, Circularity and Decarbonization; with the main indicator: the Carbon footprint. The development of this tool is a priority.