Accelerate the digitisation of your industry

For your industrial processes to perform better, be more profitable and greener, it is crucial for you to collect your data and, most importantly, use it! Discover how digital tools can help you optimise the operation of your systems and your usage of energy resources.

Industry and digital

Digitisation supporting your performance

Do you want to take your business into the Industry 4.0 age, leading to greater operational and energy efficiency, and reducing the environmental impact of your activities? Discover all the things that can be optimised through a global and well-implemented digitisation strategy…

  • Improve profitability

Digitising your business means giving yourself an opportunity to optimise costs at every level: from the production process through to improved workforce organisation, including the optimisation of energy consumption. Guaranteeing a general overview in real time, digital facilitates decision-making to achieve savings over a business activity.

  • Improve performance

Digitisation is synonymous with agility in a business. It supports flexibility and speed of production, which allows you to optimise the time to market. The time it takes to develop and build a commercial offer or product is shortened, and an earlier market launch helps you get ahead of your competitors. A major strategic advantage!

  • Reduce environmental impact

Collecting and analysing your energy consumption data enables you to ensure a suitable allocation of resources and to detect any energy wastage. This real-time monitoring is a real lever for energy efficiency and contributes to reducing the environmental impact and carbon footprint of business activities, particularly in the industrial sector.

Business, local authority etc., discover how our digital industry experts can bring you solutions to suit your needs and accelerate your digital transformation!

Industry 4.0 in a few words

“Industry 4.0” means industry from the 4th industrial revolution: digital. This notion encompasses the ability to manage your activities and produce new products and services taking advantage of the technological innovations of the virtual world and digital design: internet of things, artificial intelligence, robotics, 3D printing and augmented reality.

Industry 4.0 draws on data intelligence to gather and exploit data, and on digital continuity to develop and optimise new activities. To do that, it uses three types of tool:

  • Automation and robotisation:

The use of robots or cobots (robots working in partnership with a human operator).

  • Algorithms and data:

The use of data platforms, big data, artificial intelligence, chatbots (dialogue interfaces) and blockchain (method whereby data is stored and sent in the form of blocks linked to one another and protected against any modification).

  • Digital chain continuity:

Creation of a digital twin (digital replica of an object, process or system, constantly updated to give a faithful representation of its physical counterpart), use of virtual reality and augmented reality.

Assessment of industry 4.0 in France in 2021*


of industrial actors have already launched digital transformation projects


are already seeing the benefits


of projects are dedicated to operational performance


of projects are dedicated to data management


of projects are dedicated to ecological impacts

Data intelligence: what does it actually mean to “digitise a business”?

Digitising a business consists in gathering, analysing and exploiting all your data to improve its operation as a whole. Digitisation therefore relies above all on the collection and management of all that data, which must be gathered together and stored in an area that is both accessible and secure. The use of that data then becomes a major lever for improving the business’s energy and economic efficiency, particularly by optimising the operation of machinery in the industrial sector: this is data intelligence.

Émilie Bouquier

At present, most industries only use 10% of their data, which doesn’t allow them to put any significant actions in place.

Emilie BouquierDirector of the Multi-Energies and Digital Business Unit

The 3 pillars of responsible digitisation

  • Cybersecurity

The data must be gathered and stored securely, ensuring it is accessible to the user while protecting it against any possible attempts at intrusion or piracy.

  • Data ownership

A business that equips itself with data capture tools must be able to retain ownership of its data, even if it decides to change system or service provider.

  • Digital frugality

Data storage in the public cloud, where energy consumption can be optimised according to real usage by the clients, is preferable to private datacentres, which are often very energy intensive.

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