The chemical industry is a key industry that supplies its products to almost all areas of our modern society. Digitization of value chains enables our customers to achieve climate-friendly and efficiency-enhancing production. The wireless networking of sensors and actuators via a campus network in a critical infrastructure environment must meet the same reliability and resilience requirements as previous technologies, but offers greater flexibility in scaling applications and cost-effective expansion of applications.
The digitization of all agricultural processes enables the farmer to achieve the greatest possible transparency of all operational processes. Operational decisions can thus be made on the basis of a substantiated database. This helps to reduce the use of resources, increase yields and thus better meet constantly rising ecological requirements under challenging economic conditions.
The basic prerequisite for digitizing processes is high-performance communication systems that are available throughout the country. Especially in rural areas, this is often not provided by public network operators. We develop the appropriate technology mix together with you — for the various applications at the farm and in the area.
An increasing shortage of skilled workers, ever more extensive energy requirements and legal regulations, currently additionally disrupted supply chains and a lack of raw material availability are presenting the construction industry with increasing challenges.
Cloud technologies, laser scanning, simulations and visualization, as well as real-time reporting, IoT, and the use of drones and robots are seen as having significant potential in the construction industry. However, the current capabilities of the industry currently fall short of the potential. We support you with our solutions and partners in building mobile networking and digitizing your processes. Together with us, you can fully exploit the potential of these future technologies.
Today, modern networking technologies — especially 5G — are just as capable of satisfying production process requirements for reliability and robustness of data transmission as classic wired solutions.
Increasingly, the manufacturing industry must meet customer demands for individual products, variable configurations and smaller batch sizes. In the future, the ability to implement wireless instead of wired machine communication will give manufacturers the opportunity to meet changing customer requirements in the best possible way and in an internationally competitive manner.
AIN demonstrates the way to a more economical operation to its customers in the transport and logistics industry through feasibility studies. In doing so, we determine setup and integration costs and create industry-specific operator models. We do not just look at the customer’s operating processes, but include all the players in an operating scenario. This enables us to capture complex processes in transport and logistics and to develop a complete operating scenario.