Galician companies improve their productivity and sustainability by implementing Industry 4.0 in their systems.
The energy, technology, and food and beverage sector is in the lead when it comes to adapting to Industry 4.0 in Galicia, reducing production costs and improving factory productivity.
The seminar “Energy, the Environment and Industry 4.0”, organised in partnership with the regional government of Galicia, presented the Galician companies’ processes for adapting to Industry 4.0.
The day covered issues such as the presence of digitisation in all productive areas and how it affects companies’ management of energy and the environment.
Accelerated digitisation of manufacturing processes can improve productivity and energy management in Galician companies. In this process, factors such as mass analysis of large databases, including collaborative robotics in processes and virtual reality play a significant role. That is one of the key conclusions reached at the seminar “Energy, Environment and Industry 4.0”, which the Gas Natural Fenosa Foundation organised in Santiago de Compostela in partnership with the regional government of Galicia.
Galician regional minister for Economy, Employment and Industry Francisco Conde, and Gas Natural Fenosa general manager Martí Solà opened the workshop, which analysed certain concepts that define the new industrial revolution.