Industry 4.0 is quickly transforming factories in production places with high technological content, where machines activated by humans are being replaced by increasingly autonomous and self-learning robotics.
The big bet is not just on robotics but also on the need to combine them with highly specialised personnel, who can interact with these technologies.
The speed with which industrial robotics manufactures finished products goes hand-in-hand with the thousands of data that every robot processes and can transmit to humans.
The untimely action taken by humans or their incompetence in using the applied technologies can cause serious production downtime and significant financial losses.
Those who manage production, maintenance, energy and water consumption and warehouse processes know how difficult it is to manage information from hi-tech environments and/or in the presence of diversified technologies.
They are aware of the fact that their company is different from the others and that generic IT solutions aren’t always the best solution for them because every company has different environmental, technical, technological, organisational, procedural, safety, legal, energy, documental and personnel organisation aspects.