Come learn about them at BI-MU
We will present our proposals at BI-MU 2018, the large trade fair dedicated to technologies for industry. We will be there with Italtel and Cisco at booth B83/B87-Hall13
Thursday, 11 October at 12.30 Cristian Perissinotto, the Technical Solutions Architect of Cisco Italia, and Gerardo Del Vecchio, Head of Innovation Italtel, will delve into the topic of "The connected factory and the simplification of the man-machine relationship", explaining how man can be at the centre of a rich information system thanks to the solutions developed by Exprivia|Italtel and Cisco together with SAP.
To partecipate register for free here.
The fourth Industrial Revolution is at the height of its explosion, but robust technological tools and a partner to manage the change in processes and the acquisition of the new skills necessary for each transformation are fundamental in order to digitalise companies.
Exprivia has chosen SAP solutions, the SAP Cloud Platform and the innovation components of SAP Leonardo to enable new business scenarios, leveraging cloud and mobile technologies, big data and analytics and machine learning algorithms.
What we can do
A company's suitable renewal through digital transformation can be varied and affect different sectors such as transport, environment, health, tourism and energy. These issues are particularly more strategic in the manufacturing sector, and are:
Connected machine and factory
Enabling two-way communication with industrial machines and carrying out monitoring (supervision) and control (process feedback) actions makes it possible to obtain tangible benefits, such as:
- improve product quality with precise information collected in the plant in real-time
- save on operational and energy costs thanks to remote management and controls
- increase labour productivity by tracking people and tools
- increase plants' total effectiveness through the timely identification and resolution of problems
- launch new business models made possible by real-time connectivity with industrial plants
Acting proactively on industrial machines/plants in order to:
- minimise plant downtime
- increase overall plant efficiency
- increase product quality
- decrease maintenance costs through breakdown predictions
- improve the balance between ordinary and extraordinary maintenance and failure interventions