Alongside the Head of Ayesa’s Digital Factory, Manuel Gavira, the debate also featured José Vicente Solano, Repsol’s Digitalization Manager; Francisco González, CEO and Managing Partner at Cartagon, as well as David Pozo, Technical Director of Industry Automation at Siemens.
In turn, María José Cujo, Ayesa’s expert on pulse lines, explained the influence of the design of processes and applied technology on manufacturing costs.
Nonetheless, the star of the show was the interactive showroom, in which digital transformation could be experienced hands-on in a simulated digital factory. The attendees could experiment with the most potent technology enablers currently in operation in Industry 4.0, namely augmented reality, virtual reality and automatization. Similarly, unveiled its in-house software to manage remotely incidents in industrial environments.
Pedro Sanz, Managing Director of the Advanced Engineering Manufacture Division at Ayesa, stressed that the true added value of the company within the world of Industry 4.0 is the “combination of engineering and technology skills.”
The projects that have already been developed by the group in this sphere range from the manufacture of solar panels for satellites to plastic containers for cosmetics. In any event, the service is focused on all types of sectors, including agri-foods, consumer products and electronic components, oil & gas and other raw materials.