Industry 4.0

Digital 4.0 technologies are breaking through and transforming the operations of industrial companies, as well as the way they work, compete and create value.

Winning in digital transformation requires strategic thinking and a deep understanding of the fundamentals of the business and the dynamics of competitive advantage. In this sense, the way in which companies develop a strategy in the digital age also needs to change.

One of the biggest challenges of industry 4.0, or rather, smart factories, is not only to provide a vision of computerised and automated manufacturing with all its interconnected processes (Internet of Things IoT), but also to increase the manufacturing efficiency and flexibility, interoperability and connectivity of your IT systems with different tools, as well as managing and analysing large amounts of data. Therefore, the biggest challenge will be on the software side, and therefore on the capacity of industries to manage, order, categorise and, in short, take advantage of the growing mass of data derived from customers, industrial processes and machinery, through the use of advanced analysis techniques in order to translate this data into business information which is valuable and efficient.

At KONIKER, we have been collaborating with our customers for years in boosting technology in industry, researching and developing digital technologies that allow them to maximise the added value of their current industrial products, converting them into real digital products, and optimising the efficiency, availability and quality of their resources, maintenance services, design and production processes, as well as the creation of innovative business models.

Our multidisciplinary technical team is specialised in technologies associated with data (cloud infrastructures, Big Data, Data Analytics, blockchain, predictive models), as well as in digital technologies which are closer to industrial assets (Sensor systems via cyber-physical systems, Edge computing, cybersecurity, machine learning, and the development of Digital Twins).