industria 4.0

R&D as a lever for innovative projects in the fourth industrial revolution.

Better known at the level of the European Community as Industry 4.0, the fourth industrial revolution brings with it many changes in the way of making production, is projected towards the change of many paradigms to which one was accustomed in the last 30/40 years, during which we lived the third industrial revolution, that is “computer science”. We move to a world where the industry must be more dynamic, it must follow faster the choices of the connected customer with respect to which production must be linked, the modern company must therefore be versatile, flexible and responsive as it had never been before

Trinity s.r.l. examined Industry 4.0 from the beginning, when it was still in the study phase, today thanks to the continuous technical update we can propose some solutions to implement the enabling technologies in the factory.

We carry out projects in the field of R&D and Innovation

Important are national and European investments in research and development, ecological transition, technological innovation 4.0 and other innovative activities in favour of private companies, with various forms of tax incentives, tax credit, direct or indirect financing to Open Innovation Hub.

Trinity s.r.l. is strongly committed to engaging these new forms of investment that help business managers in this historic moment of digital transformation and meet the new challenges of the market.

TRINITY is a technological partner in innovative projects and SMART Solutions with a strong Iot, AI and AR components.

Enabling technologies for Industry 4.0

The fourth industrial revolution focuses on the adoption of certain technologies defined as enabling:

  • Advanced manufacturing solutions: advanced production systems, or interconnected and modular systems that allow flexibility and performance. These technologies include automated material handling systems and advanced robotics, which today enters the market with collaborative robots or cobots.
  • Additive manufacturing: additive manufacturing systems that increase the efficiency of the use of materials.
  • Augmented Reality: vision systems with augmented reality to better guide operators in their daily activities.
  • Simulations: simulation between interconnected machines to optimize processes.
  • Horizontal and vertical integration: integration and exchange of information horizontally and vertically between all actors in the production process.
  • Industrial Internet: communication between elements of production, not only inside the company, but also outside thanks to the use of the internet. Cloud: implementation of all cloud technologies such as online information storage, use of cloud computing, and external data analytics services, etc. In the cloud are also contemplated the techniques of management of huge amount of data through open systems.
  • IT security: the increase in internal and external interconnections opens the door to all issues of information security and systems that must not be altered from the outside.
  • Big Data Analytics: techniques for managing large amounts of data through open systems that allow automatic predictions of events (Data Mining)