2050 Company and its partners have competences in the following key Industry 4.0 areas

Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT)

Industrial Internet of Things is a multi-level system consisting of sensors and controllers installed at manufacturing equipment, acquired data communication and visualization tools, powerful analytical tools to interpret the information, and many other components.

2050 Company has all the competences to implement the key Industrial Internet of Things aspects such as: equipment, personnel, quality control,  logistic flows, infrastructure based on connectivity and IoT platforms.

Artificial intelligence (AI)

As to artificial intelligence, the following technologies are implemented:

A digital twin of a production facility is a virtual copy of a real object that accurately defines all the real processes and interrelations digitally. It is intended for design, analysis and evaluation of the facility operations. The Digital Twin introduction covers the creation of a digital simulation model, 3D models, and the use of Process Simulator.

—  Predictive analytics as applied to equipment is data analysis methods focused on forecasting the future behavior to make optimal decisions. Predictive Analytics uses statistical methods, smart data mining, big data processing with neural networks, and the game theory. It analyzes current and historical facts to predict future events. Clover Group (, a key 2050 Company partner, offers predictive analytics solutions .

Edge computing is computing performed directly by monitoring devices.

The integration of IT and IIoT

Both vertical and horizontal integration of IT and the industrial Internet of Things are provided. The vertical integration is represented by such systems as PLM (Product Lifecycle Management). The horizontal integration is made possible through ERP, MES, SCADA, etc. There are additional IT solutions and applications   to enhance Industry 3.0 (e.g., CAD/CAM/CAE)

Industry 4.0 Technologies

Computer vision: a range of solutions for item detection, tracking, and identification. It makes it possible to replace humans in repetitive operations. 2050 Company with its partners offers prompt deployment of computer vision technologies to solve a wide range of manufacturing and maintenance challenges.  

Robotics: switching over to advanced high performance manufacturing equipment, robotic cells, and new computer-aided manufacturing tools improves quality and accuracy.

Augmented Reality: virtual information is introduced into the 3D human field of view and is Perceived as a part of reality. High quality content crosses the line between the real and the virtual. Reality is augmented (or expanded) by adding virtual information to it. When integrating augmented reality into everyday life in real time, objects are placed into your field of view with special software and gadgets such as:  AR glasses (smart glasses), tablets, AR enabled smartphones and other devices.

Virtual Reality: an artificial world Perceived through the human senses: vision, hearing, tactile, etc. Virtual reality simulates both action and reaction. To create convincing and realistic sensations, a creates VR scenes and reactions in real time. Augmented and virtual reality have been used successfully to improve efficiency and reduce training time.