May 25, 2020TECHNOLOGY

To see the future

Is it possible to stay ahead of the curve? To predict how technology will evolve? Yes, sometimes it is possible. But a series of requirements and conditions are crucial. For example, in our case it happened with Industry 4.0.

Working with pharmaceutical companies – who by nature and because of the sector in which they operate are always acutely aware of questions linked to the development of innovative investments – we found ourselves having to tackle concepts like IoT, Big Data and predictive maintenance at the start of the new millennium. This was back in the early noughties, when the algorithms of the fourth industrial revolution were very much in their infancy.

So today – with the benefit of years of experience in dealing with the knock-on effects on both internal processes and end products – we offer machines that are equipped as standard with packages for Industry 4.0 based on a combination of mechanics, robotics, sensor systems, Scada systems and software for data extraction and management.

All this in compliance with what is perhaps the simplest but most effective definition of 4.0, namely the “application of digitalisation to manufacturing”.

And we do it our way.