At the autumn edition of ‘Inside Biesse’, an event that confirms and strengthens Biesse’s commitment to providing innovative solutions to automate and revolutionize production methods, held in the company’s headquarters in Italy, Biesse introduced its new concept of SmartAction, a specific adaptation of the AutomAction trend launched at Ligna trade show.
The factory of the future is a reality where man’s creative mind meets the infinite capabilities of the machine: the winning partnership that is taking shape between the two offers a host of opportunities and advantages connected to robotization and the digital factory. Thanks to this alliance and Biesse’s passion, production has become interconnected and completely automated: all this is AutomAction. This concept guides the creation of the digitized factory in large industrialized plants and represents the key to strengthening and increasing the production performance for large industry.
SmartAction was conceived alongside the concept of AutomAction and it’s a new technological trend within the reach of every production reality, even small ones. The new SmartAction concept differs from AutomAction in that it is aimed at companies intending to look at digitalization for the first time: it makes it possible to create a compact, connected and accessible factory, offering this opportunity to small and medium-sized companies that want to become more competitive in the market. Through the application of all the opportunities offered by Industry 4.0, the machines are connected in real time and guarantee fast and optimized production.
These concepts are Biesse’s answer to the digital revolution that has brought about a massive change based on technological innovation that involves production systems, companies, the market and the relationship between them and man. In this industrial context, software is interconnected, and the key word is ‘digitalization’. Software and management processes are integrated in real time, new digital programs are interfaced and integrated, and with the arrival of new technologies, company competitiveness increasingly depends on rapid, flexible production. IT systems are behind this revolution/transformation and guarantee optimization, monitoring of operations, data tracking and correct management of the stages of production.