Che­mi­cal Industry

The mo­bi­le con­nec­ti­vi­ty of in­du­stri­al ap­p­li­ca­ti­ons sup­ports our cu­sto­mers in crea­ting in­no­va­tions on the way to a cli­ma­te-friend­ly chemistry. 

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. 


In the con­flic­ting prio­ri­ties of eco­lo­gi­cal re­qui­re­ments and eco­no­mic ef­fi­ci­en­cy, di­gi­tiz­a­ti­on en­ab­les new in­no­va­ti­ve so­lu­ti­ons for the net­wor­ked agri­cul­tu­re of the future. 

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. 

Con­struc­tion sites

Lo­cal cam­pus net­wor­king as a re­qui­re­ment for di­gi­ti­zing the con­struc­tion site en­ab­les au­to­mat­a­ble and net­wor­ked ope­ra­ting ma­chi­nes, the di­gi­tiz­a­ti­on of all pro­cess flows, and con­ti­nuous, au­to­ma­ted re­con­ci­lia­ti­on bet­ween plan­ning and execution. 

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. 


Wire­less net­wor­king tech­no­lo­gies are en­ab­ling in­cre­a­singly fle­xi­ble and dy­na­mi­cal­ly ad­ap­ta­ble pro­duc­tion lines. 

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. 

Trans­port & Logistics

In the long term, freight and pas­sen­ger traf­fic in Ger­ma­ny will in­cre­a­se. From the point of view of en­vi­ron­men­tal pro­tec­tion, di­gi­ta­liz­a­ti­on of pro­cess chains in lo­gi­stics is a pre­re­qui­si­te for re­du­cing car­bon emis­si­ons and in­cre­a­sing en­er­gy efficiency. 

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.