INDUSTRY 4.0 : THE 4TH INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION

Industry 4.0 allows companies to face the new industrial revolution.

Whether it is heavy industry or industrial packaging, this 4th industrial revolution concerns everything related to industry and imposes new ways of producing and new challenges. The factory of the future aims at intelligent automation and the integration of innovative technologies into the company’s value chain.

INDUSTRIAL SECTORS OF ACTIVITY

Primary Sector

Primary Sector

The primary sector includes activities related to the exploitation of natural resources and the production of unprocessed raw materials.

Secteur Secondaire

Secondary Sector

A manufacturing industry represents the industries of transformation of goods, installation, repair of industrial equipment and subcontracting.

Tertiary Sector

Tertiary Sector

The tertiary sector includes various activities such as trade, administration, transport, business services, personal services, social work, education…

DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION IN INDUSTRY

AUGMENTED REALITY

Merging the Virtual with the Real

AUGMENTED REALITY

The advent of modern smartphones, tablets, screens and cameras have all encouraged the development of mobile and relevant augmented reality (AR) applications.

INDUSTRIAL BIG DATA

Big Data
Exploitation

INDUSTRIAL BIG DATA

Big Data is the influx of information from multiple sources interconnected by the Internet. Industry 4.0 is interested in the different ways to exploit this technological evolution.

DIGITAL INFORMATION

Cyber-Physical
Systems

DIGITAL INFORMATION

Cyber-physical systems are important measures in the industry of the future. This technology provides information about the state and quality of the business. It is part of the basis of Industry 4.0.

INDUSTRIES IN THE WORLD

ENERGY

Energy, new resources

TEXTILES

Textiles and clothing goes global

AUTOMOBILE

The automobile, a promising development

AGRI-FOOD

Agri-food, an innovative sector

AERONAUTICS

Aeronautics still doing well

CHEMICALS

Chemicals, a major competitor

INDUSTRIES AND FACTORIES: A DYNAMIC ORGANISATION

The major changes in technological evolution are not focused on the automation of tasks, but on the networking of machines and the relations between machines and people.

Industrial management develops its performance on 3 axes, namely: global performance, organisational learning and Lean linked to the development of innovative products. The logistics manager leads a team and manages the budget.
Nowadays, industrial maintenance is a major player in the optimisation of the quality of industrial production management. In a company, there are two types of actions: corrective and preventive maintenance.
Product quality control makes it possible to determine whether the products sold by the company comply with market requirements, legislation, consumer demand and the company's specifications.
Industrial processes are essential to a heavy industry such as a car manufacturing plant or a petrol synthesis plant. This process aims to achieve many products that would normally be difficult or expensive to achieve.