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Up until recently, manufacturers of industrial chemicals have been shying away from digitization, but nowadays foreign players are gradually increasing their revenue by implementing IT services, and Russian companies are optimizing their production and financial processes by applying Industry 4.0 technologies.
What digital instruments are currently most popular in this industrial segment? Has digital transformation become a part of general business strategy? INNOPROM VIEW answers these questions.
Since 2015, industrial holding ROTEC has been implementing its IoT solution PRANA at Russian power generating facilities. The system employs prognostics and mathematical analysis to alert users about upcoming repairs and servicing. PRANA has prevented more than 230 instances of malfunctioning at Russian power facilities.
In 2018, the solution was shortlisted for the National Industrial Award INDUSTRIA and drew the attention of the industrial Oscar's Organizing Committee.
Does the Russian IoT segment intend to compete with foreign systems? Will Russian companies apply digital technologies in order to lower production risks? INNOPROM VIEW answers these questions.
2018 was a landmark year for the Russian manufacturer of solar modules Hevel Group for two reasons: the company debuted in a foreign market and was shortlisted for the National Industrial Award INDUSTRIA.
These achievements resulted from the creation of equipment based on efficient hybrid technology of heterojunction and the launch of new products at Hevel facilities.
What idea underlies the novel solution introduced by Russian scientists? What companies constitute Hevel Group's international competition? INNOPROM VIEW answers these questions.
INNOPROM View celebrates the International Women’s Day by paying tribute to five outstanding scholars who revolutionized science and industry. These are stories of women who were ahead of their time. Some had to wait several years of even decades before their discoveries were appreciated.
The publication is dedicated to five outstanding scholars (arranged by dates of birth) who represent different countries.
In the next 30 years, food manufacturers will face a global challenge: the world population will increase to 9bn, so companies and farms will have to boost their production by 70-100% in order to meet the growing demand.
That is why manufacturers seek to prepare for higher production load by actively implementing Industry 4.0 projects. Approximately every tenth Russian farm or large holding uses digital technologies as a way to ensure an efficiency boost.
How many IT specialists does the Russian agricultural segment need? What regions are most active when it comes to the implementation of smart projects? INNOPROM VIEW answers these questions.
LED manufacturers and Swiss watch makers are eager to purchase synthetic sapphires grown at OJSC Monocrystal's facility in Stavropol. The firm, which went from losing money to becoming an international company, is a fine example of Russian high-tech export.
At INNOPROM-2018, Monocrystal with its unique investment project implemented in 2016-18 won the National Industrial Award INDUSTRIA.
How did a niche player become an industrial powerhouse with presence in dozens of countries? What solution helped the company claim the industrial Oscar? INNOPROM VIEW answers these questions.
Previously, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) were used exclusively by the military, but nowadays drones are routinely applied in the industrial segment, particularly in the oil and gas industry. The global UAV market is expected to reach $10bn by 2020, with the Russian market estimated at $250mln.
Why are companies buying drones? Do Russian products have market potential in Russia and abroad? INNOPROM VIEW answers these questions.
In 2017, the national market of metalworking equipment exceeded RUB 60 bn. Russia is reducing its dependence on imports in this segment. Thanks to smart machines, companies are gradually increasing their production efficiency and preparing to face digital transformation challenges whereas digital technologies grant access to new sales markets.
How does the implementation of CNC equipment boost operational efficiency? What errors typically accompany equipment modernization? INNOPROM VIEW answers these questions.
In the fall of 2018, the Industrial Development Fund of the Russian Federation introduced a special support instrument for enterprises which intend to introduce new digital projects at their sites. Under the Industrial Digitalization program, companies can procure RUB 20-500 mln loans for the implementation of IT technologies or robotization projects. Market participants believe that the minimum threshold should be reduced.
What are the terms and conditions of IDF loans? Are Russia’s regional enterprises ready for digitalization? INNOPROM VIEW answers these questions.
By 2025, the global market of smart city technologies may exceed $2 trillion. As at 2017, the total amount was estimated to exceed $400bn with key developers of relevant IT solutions representing the U.S., European Union, and Japan.
Russian intends to launch its pilot smart city projects in 18 municipalities. The smart city segment is included in the federal Digitalization of the Economy program.
What obstacles stand in the way of smart city developers and their projects? Where will smart cities be created from scratch? INNOPROM VIEW answers these questions.
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