The Internet-of-Things and Industry 4.0 are set to create trillions in value.
Industry 4.0 is at the heart of digital transformation for every enterprise. Its goal: creating value from insight generated by connected assets throughout the product lifecycle, manufacturing and supply chain.
Interaction between machines, products, people, processes and enterprises triggers positive change at every level. Now, you can unleash this formidable opportunity for competitiveness and growth.
As a transformation partner, Atos reveals both the most direct route to Industry 4.0 and a clearly articulated profile of benefits.
From linear process to massive connectivity in smart manufacturing
With Industry 4.0 and the Internet of Things, you can reinvent your business models, the way you operate and the services you provide to your B2B and B2C customers.
As a leader in Digital Transformation, Atos has built a unique Industry 4.0 transformation offering. Clear use cases reflect the real-world of manufacturing – for automotive, for pharma, aerospace, CPG and more
Atos knows manufacturing processes and partners with Siemens for even greater manufacturing depth.
Atos Codex offers advanced analytics to measure the benefit of Industry 4.0 initiatives.
Industry 4.0 pilot factory
The industry 4.0 pilot factory from the TU Vienna promotes joint solution development and research with your customers and partners.
Atos continually integrates new digitally-enabled technologies, such as additive manufacturing, into the model.
Practical transition to Industry 4.0
Atos offers a phased approach to Industry 4.0 transformation, across customer-driven product lifecycles, integrated enterprise management and orchestration, and optimized supply chains. We follow initial exploration of opportunity analysis with practical prototyping and piloting activities – enabling you to evaluate results with minimum risk and investment.
Exploit MES, PLM & SCM investments and innovations in your Industry 4.0 strategy.
Connecting data, machines, people and processes – an agile approach to reshape the future of manufacturing
The Internet of Things has grown to become one of the most crucial, yet challenging innovations for manufacturers.
Chief Digital Officer of Manufacturing, Retail and Transport Market
Head of Competence Center Digital Factory
Paul Albada Jelgersma
Global Head of Atos Codex IOT Services