We consider ourselves as partners & facilitators throughout our customer’s journey of transforming from manual into digital. We help in establishing a new reality of new processes, culture, & customer overall experiences.
We help our customers realize:
Decrease total cost and cost of ownership
Dramatically improve value deliver mechanisms
Eliminate operational challenges
New data integration across the entire organization
Culture transformation to digital thinking
Faster and Easier targets attainment
Mass Customization possibilities
We provide a wide range of solutions using emerging technologies as tools such as Artificial Intelligence, Industrial IoT, Embedded Software, and Robotics. Capitalizing on our compounded years of expertise, unique skill set, and strategic alliances, we are capable of co-innovating with our customers to craft a fully operational and customized solution that delivers business results and improves the overall performance of the organization. We fully support our customers’ digital transformation process for future developments and advancements.
Our Industry 4.0 Vendors
Our Industry 4.0 Digital Transformation Cycle:
Predictive maintenance is a technique to predict the future failure point of a machine component, so that the component can be replaced, based on a plan, just before it fails. Thus, equipment downtime is minimized and the component lifetime is maximized.
Digital Twin A digital twin is a digital replica of a living or non-living physical entity. Digital twin refers to a digital replica of potential and actual physical assets (physical twin), processes, people, places, systems, and devices that can be used for various purposes.
Smart Grid A smart grid is an electricity network enabling a two-way flow of electricity and data with digital communications technology enabling to detect, react and pro-act to changes in usage and multiple issues. Smart grids have self-healing capabilities and enable electricity customers to become active participants.
Precision Agriculture Precision agriculture seeks to use new technologies to increase crop yields and profitability while lowering the levels of traditional inputs needed to grow crops (land, water, fertilizer, herbicides and insecticides). In other words, farmers utilizing precision agriculture are using less to grow more.
Energy Optimization Energy optimization means using—and not using—energy in the work environment to maximize benefits for the climate and for people.
Smart Retail is a term used to describe a set of smart technologies that are designed to give the consumer a greater, faster, safer and smarter experience when shopping.
Some Industry 4.0 Solutions
Smart Factory The smart factory is defined as a factory where physical production processes and operations are combined with digital technology, smart computing and big data to create a more opportunistic system for companies that focus on manufacturing and supply chain management.
Inventory Optimization is a method of balancing capital investment constraints or objectives and service-level goals over a large assortment of stock-keeping units while taking demand and supply volatility into account.
Some Focused Sectors