Innovation in industry: Human at the heart of Factory 4.0
The factory of the future is not just a set of new technologies, but also a new way of working for the people who work there. ALTEN and Siemens Customer Services Digital Industries have joined forces to strengthen the role of people in tomorrow’s industry and contribute to “Smart Factory 4.0”. We presented our approach and innovative offerings around industry and Factory 4.0, at the Global Industrie trade fair at the Siemens booth in Paris, May 17-20, 2022.
Learn more about AI-supported plant managers, the human factor in the digital twin and AR/VR-supported operators here. These are just a few topics that are part of our expertise.
Discover in pictures why and how technology and people are at the heart of Factory 4.0:
Virtual training and operations: teaching the right gesture at scale
ALTEN and Siemens Customer Services Digital Industries are collaborating to deliver complex training to operators at scale.
Personalized and immersive training methods based on an innovative “no-code” solution will maximize training efficiency and accelerate the learning curve of a very large number of employees.
Digital twin in internal logistics: AI and robots to support employees
To enable dynamic management of internal logistics, the operations manager receives proposed solutions and relevant decision support to anticipate risks in crisis management and improve productivity.
Digital twin plant & prescriptive maintenance: prediction to improve productivity
ALTEN and Siemens Customer Services Digital Industries partner to enable real-time production management thanks to AI, making Factory 4.0 more flexible in decision-making and more resilient to crises.
François Portier, director of ALTEN’s Smart Factory 4.0 research program, analyzes our approach to strengthening the role of people in tomorrow’s industry. This initiative is based on partnerships with high technological added value.