ENGINE Project presented at Industry 4.0 event in Thessaloniki by Atlantis Engineering

Industry 4.0 as the fourth industrial revolution, is not only associated with cyber physical systems but also concerned with areas other than industry applications, e.g., smart cities. In general, it includes topics such as the Internet of Things (IoT), the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), Cyber-Physical systems (CPS), Smart Manufacture, Smart Factories, Cloud Computing, Cognitive Computing and Artificial Intelligence (AI). In this process, data is collected and analysed with the use of advanced sensors leading to better decision making, higher productivity and improved quality.

Some organisations are still trying to understand its effect on their business, while others are being prepared and make changes in order to implement it and improve theirs. In order to realise the potential Industry 4.0 has to offer, it is essential that today’s and future workforce acquire the necessary knowledge, skills and know-how.

Taking all these into consideration, Atlantis Engineering S.A. took part in the Industry 4.0 event in Thessaloniki, Greece on 15th October, which was organised in the framework of Beyond 4.0 IT exhibition. Event participants found an interest in the Engine project that shared similar topics of the conference, among which was the impact and opportunities of Industry 4.0 in Europe and AI in Cybersecurity.

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European Research & Innovation Days

Our partner ATLANTIS Engineering SA took part in the European Research and Innovation Days, the annual flagship event of the European Commission on research and innovation, and presented the #ENGINE project interacting with policymakers, researchers, entrepreneurs and citizens.

#Collaboration, #Research and #Innovation were on the forefront during the event in order to recover from the pandemic.