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What is the Industry of the Future?

The Industry of the Future on a macro scale defines a set of directions of economic development. Modern economy needs modern solutions. In order to increase the economic potential, it is necessary to take actions that transform areas of industrial activity on many levels. From technological innovations to changing the organization of the value chain. Currently, significant technological changes are taking place in the economy. These changes are often referred to as the „Fourth Industrial Revolution” (Industry 4.0, I4.0). Recently, we have also heard about the „Fifth Industrial Revolution” (Industry 5.0, I5.0), which includes all aspects of P4.0 and additionally puts humans at the center of interest. We prefer to call the ongoing changes the Industry of the Future.

The Industry of the Future is not just a slogan. This is a real idea for economic development, the framework of which was defined by the European Commission in the document "Industry 5.0. Towards a sustainable, humancentric and resilient European industry". In its essence, the document refers to geopolitical changes, crises such as the COVID-19 pandemic and challenges resulting from the sensitivity of globalized production. These changes are influenced by very rapid technological development. This development introduces new technical solutions and tools which, when properly implemented in a given enterprise, have a significant impact on its positive development. The Industry of the Future concerns the issues of digital transformations in all areas of enterprise operation. This term combines many areas of technology, but also the principles of operation of the organization's value chain.

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We provide Digital Transformation solutions for the Industry of the Future – from identifying needs to specific solutions

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Machines and devices connected to the Internet in 2015 were

It is estimated that by 2030 there will be more of them

How to start with Digital Transformation?

Implementing changes effectively requires a good plan. To plan changes, the current state must be identified. The method of analysis and development of a change strategy is to prepare a Digital Transformation Roadmap. For an enterprise planning to undertake a digital transformation, the Roadmap is a strategic document as important as the business plan, sales strategies and other documents related to long-term planning.

CUBE SYSTEMS has experience and offers support in the implementation of Digital Transformation Roadmaps. Our Maps are prepared in accordance with the guidelines of European Advanced Manufacturing Support Centre and the ADMA (ADvance MAnufacturing) model developed by this organization.

We offer support from specialists in the field of digitization and business analysis. Our team will perform an appropriate scan of your company. Wherever we identify potential, we will propose implementations that improve production and decision-making processes. We will define specific benefits for the proposed implementations, indicate important KPIs, show how to measure them and draw conclusions from them.

After completing the Roadmap, we will help you implement the developed strategy. We will guide your organization through the entire Digital Transformation process to achieve the intended goals.

7 domains of Digital Transformation

The ADMA methodology, on the basis of which we will prepare a Digital Transformation Roadmap for you, is used to examine the digital maturity of enterprises. It involves analysing the current level of advancement in 7 different areas of transformation. It also helps in identifying the technological advancement of the examined enterprise in the context of the business environment.

This level of transformation is based on the introduction of state-of-the-art production equipment. Due to high wage levels, small and medium-sized manufacturing companies in Europe cannot afford to produce using outdated machines that limit productivity. Factories of the Future develop their own devices for key production elements and thus boast machines that are unique on a global scale
Companies are using digital technology to transform product and process development into physical products, systems and services. All employees are supported by digital, integrated processes. Integrated digital data flow control ensures simulation of virtual scenarios before actual implementation of activities. The digital factory guarantees data accuracy at all times. Each data item is entered into the system only once, and all other systems receive the data automatically and create new information - this is the so-called Single Source of Truth (SSOT).
Being a leader in eco-production provides the company with great benefits, such as cost reduction, reduced risks related to the supply of raw materials and energy, and also improves the image of the company's social responsibility. Sustainable production includes a flexible production system based on the availability of raw materials and auxiliary materials. Such systems are able to close the material cycle in order to optimize the efficiency of raw material consumption. The goal of the production system is to drastically reduce energy consumption and use renewable energy sources. Companies well understand the importance of the impact of their activities on the natural environment and are constantly looking for ways to reduce the impact of their activities, products and services.
Small and medium-sized manufacturing companies use customer expectations as the key driver and starting point for all new processes and development. A solid, high-quality product, production and service creation process are the result of a multi-functional and inter-departmental approach to projects. Using virtual models and simulation tools wherever possible, this transformation optimizes processes to create maximum value through design, production, consumption, servicing and the disposal part of the company's value chain.
The employee's participation in the future development of the company is crucial. Factory employees can constitute the core of autonomous teams with space to use talent, creativity and initiatives in the context of an innovative organization. The most suitable leadership style (e.g. servant, inspirational, coaching, ...) should enable the development of competencies and skills. Sustainable hiring is about motivating and supporting individual employees to continue to participate in work by continuously/repeatedly assessing their skills and improving their competencies through training, coaching, etc. As a result, people feel the need and sense of continuous learning and remain motivated to work at maximum efficiency.
Smart production can be defined as a combination of the intelligent use of human capabilities, the intelligent use of technology and the development of a (self-)learning manufacturing system. In smart production, entities focus on customer-oriented production, services, delivery times and reliability thanks to a flexible, digital, automatic and fully connected to the company and value chain organization of the production floor. The goal is to achieve maximum efficiency, flexibility and value creation for machine operators and shop floor workers.
The highest quality innovations and the most comprehensive technologies are increasingly used by self-organizing networks. Networks are connected organizations that generate, acquire and integrate specific knowledge and skills to co-create new solutions, products and technologies. Self-organization refers to the ability of these networks to combine and reconnect learned skills based on flexible and decentralized management. In a world of exponential growth in technology development and rapidly changing customer demands, companies can no longer fully rely on independent research and resources. In a world of exponential growth in technology development and rapidly changing customer demands, companies can no longer fully rely on independent research and resources. They develop products, production processes and services with the full value chain in mind. Individual manufacturers must increasingly enable co-creation, thereby expanding their innovation capabilities.

We will help you build your Factory of the Future


Modern manufacturing methods

Flexible systems enabling diverse and customer-tailored production

  • Remote visualization and monitoring of the production process (MES)
  • Unlimited integration
  • Autonomous organization of production


Security measures and system design methodology to protect against attacks

  • Mechanisms protecting against cyber threats
  • Data encoding
  • Secure system architecture

Modern Maintenance

Tools supporting maintenance and preventive actions in the machinery park

  • Predictive maintenance systems
  • Remote support systems
  • Maintenance management systems (CMMS, EAM)

Data clouds

Computing structures and network drives allowing you to manage data anywhere and at any time

  • Data storage and processing on secure cloud servers
  • Analytical and calculation systems in the cloud (BigData)
  • Virtualization

Smart sensors

Equipped with their own systems processing the measured values, adapted to create large, wireless sensor networks

  • Sensors integrated with machines
  • Wireless data transfer

Mobile interfaces

Multifunctional equipment increasing the mobility of production and maintenance workers

  • Maintenance management systems (CMMS, EAM)
  • Support for Augmented Reality (AR)

Production data analysis

Advanced software for data processing and analysis

  • Real-time analysis (EMI)
  • Advanced decision-making algorithms
  • Effective data presentation

Cyber-physical systems

Mechatronic and IT/OT systems communicating over the network (M2M)

  • Machines connected into cooperating teams
  • Autonomous decision-making systems

Autonomous vehicles

Mobile robots used to transport objects within the plant

  • Details and materials transported using mobile robots
  • Vehicle traffic is managed by the superior fleet control system

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