a ready-to-use IoT solution to make 4.0 the manufacturing sector.
Intergroup will be the first Italian company to integrate it in its plants.
Also to smart products that must ensure its functionality, performance and quality standards under constant operating conditions, especially in times of emergency, but not only.
COVID-19 has shown the world something that the manufacturing industry should already know. Traditional supply chains and manufacturing ecosystems are failing and we need to shift to a more adaptable, agile solution that is fully digitally enabled. The virus, like any crisis, has merely underlined both that need and the urgency and will likely serve to accelerate that change. This needs to result in real plans of action, rather than debate.
Alleantia Technology for Industry 4.0
The Italian company has decided to make system integrators, IoT and enterprise application developers, machinery and production system manufacturers and Innovation Managers available to anyone and anyone who may be interested, totally free of charge, in the trial component of their recognized technology and used by major IT partners and players such as Advantech, Cisco, Dell, Boomi, Ibm and Microsoft.
An enabling technology for Industry 4.0 and digital twins that has been named by Gartner analysts four times in the past two years as one of the best solutions in the Industrial IoT on the market.
Industrial IoT can sometimes seems like a utopia, but Alleantia has managed to make this process more concrete than ever. Industrial IoT means evolution, competitiveness, growth, innovation. IoT means creating digital copies, or Digital Twins, of real machines that can help us to monitor the field and the production. IoT can put virtual reality at the service of human knowledge.
A worldwide renowned symbol of entrepreneurship and innovation, with distribution in over 50 countries, engaged in the digital transformation process which involves all economic sectors, including the world of manufacturing, the company is focused on the adoption of emerging technologies such as the Internet.
The spread of the Internet and new technologies to all factory levels opens up a new business paradigm where process integration ensures improved efficiency levels, flexible and customized production, and therefore increased competitiveness. The traditional separation between industrial plants and IT business applications has been overcome thanks to converging networks that are capable of interconnecting machines and production systems while ensuring the highest levels of security.