Digitalisation and the growing network of industrial machines and systems mean an increased risk of cyber attacks on companies and
AI (Artificial Intelligence) and ML (Machine Learning) can offer organisations breakthroughs in their production systems and even a competitive advantage
Artificial Intelligence and Big Data are two of the driving forces behind a variety of technological innovations that have shaped today’s digital environment and Industry 4.0.
The ceramics sector is one of the most prosperous in the Spanish economy, Spain being the first volume exporter in the European Union and the second in the world.
According to the latest Harvard Business Review study, approximately US$1.3 trillion was invested in digital transformation in 2018.
This is due not only to mechanization, but to control and information systems, which are able to handle complex processes and machinery much more efficiently and cost-effectively than humans. These systems are called industrial automation 4.0.