Industry 4.0 is the result of the fourth industrial revolution: the process which is leading to fully automated and interconnected industrial production.
New digital technologies have a significant impact in four main areas: the first concerns data usage, computing power and connectivity. The second one is analytics: based on the collection of data, it is then necessary to derive value from it. The third development area involves the interaction between human and machine, which involves the more and more widespread “touch” interfaces and augmented reality.
Finally, there is the entire sector which deals with the transition from digital to “real” and which includes additive manufacturing, 3D printing, robotics, communications, machine-to-machine interactions and new technologies to store and use energy in a targeted way, in order to rationalize costs and optimize performances.
ESSETRE WORKING CENTRES
Thanks to the digital transformation of the business, Company 4.0 is composed of fully interconnected machines which dialogue with each other and carry out self-diagnostics and preventive maintenance.
Essetre working centres perfectly meet the requirements to fall into this category: they are designed and built according to the most advanced technologies and using the best components in terms of quality and reliability.
The control of Essetre machines through CNC and dedicated software allows the automated interconnection with other machines or production cycles and with the customer’s computer using remote control.
Advanced remote management systems allow monitoring, diagnostics and maintenance of failures. Moreover, Essetre working centres respect and guarantee safety and health standards of both people and environment.