News
World Economic Forum program wants to boost industry 4.0 in the country

18

NOVEMBRO
2019

The World Economic Forum wants to spread industry 4.0 in Brazil. In partnership with, the federal government's Ministry of Economy and the São Paulo state government, the organization announced this November a pilot project to boost the Fourth Industrial Revolution in Brazilian small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). The inauguration is scheduled for May 2020, when the state capital will host the World Economic Forum for Latin America.

The diffusion of the Internet of Things (smart devices) in the Brazilian industrial machinery will be the main focus. The goal is for different sectors, such as governments, private initiative, universities and civil society, to collaborate in the formulation of solutions and industrial incentive policies. The international organization will provide financial support, employee training and collaboration with other companies. The project will start with 130 companies and by 2021, the number is expected to jump to 2,000.

The Forum has similar initiatives in countries such as the United States, China, Japan, India, Colombia, United Arab Emirates, Israel, South Africa and Saudi Arabia. All aim to foster the creation of protocols for rapidly developing technologies such as autonomous vehicles, drones, blockchain. Brazil will be the only one to receive a focus on SMEs, which account for 98.5% of companies in the country, and 90% worldwide, according to World Bank data. Precisely for this reason, it is important to ensure that small companies are not forgotten. "If they are left behind, there will be consequences for a country's employment and economic growth," says O Estado de S. Paulo Morat Sönmez, director of the Center for the Fourth Industrial Revolution, a network of 27 countries created in 2017. by the World Economic Forum.

Industry 4.0 is the latest stage of the planet's industrialization process and covers the automation and digitization of business activities such as the use of robotics, artificial intelligence and big data in production. Germany, China, the United States, Japan and South Korea lead the world race and make billions of dollars in investments to increase industrial productivity and efficiency. By 2020, nearly $ 1 trillion should be spent, according to Deloitte.

In Brazil, however, the concept is not widespread. A survey by the São Paulo State Federation of Industries (Fiesp) of March 2018 shows that 32% of Brazilian companies do not know what industry 4.0 means. In addition, 23% said they are not prepared to face the challenges posed by digitization. The study concludes that it is possible for the country to reduce its disadvantage in relation to other countries by adopting a national public policy for the sector. Otherwise, there may be an increase in this distance.

Embraer is a nationally successful case using automation on the assembly line, which is now all digitized, without prototypes, and with real time monitoring of the shop floor. As a result, there is a 25% reduction in aircraft production time and thus increased efficiency. Sönmez, however, points out that large companies will have no difficulty: "They have the money and the talent."

"If we don't move fast, we will fall further behind," says the Forum director, pointing out that technologies change overnight. "The government takes a long time to decide, but we no longer have this luxury with the Fourth Industrial Revolution."

Interested? Contact us.

+55 51 3043-5436 / +55 51 3424-5436 - Unidade RS
+55 11 4318-7450 - Unidade SP

Lyte, developing ideas, designing solutions.

Source: https://epocanegocios.globo.com/Tecnologia/noticia/2019/11/epoca-negocios-programa-do-forum-economico-mundial-quer-impulsionar-industria-40-no-pais.html

News

06

DEZEMBRO
2019
Lyte sponsoring robotics competition.

Looking to the future and thinking of new skilled professionals in the field of automation and robotics, Lyte Automation is sponsoring the BAHTECH 16041 team created to participate in the FTC Stude

KNOW MORE [+]

03

DEZEMBRO
2019
How to evolve into Industry 4.0?

Approximately 88% of Fortune 500 companies in 1955 do not exist or are currently ranked. This has been one of the most visible and tangible effects of the digital revolution in the last 60 years. T

KNOW MORE [+]

28

NOVEMBRO
2019
Lean production increases productivity and is the starting point of Industry 4.0

With the Industry 4.0 concept broadening its path, companies have sought not only to improve their production with new technologies, but also to adopt methodologies that make processes more efficie

KNOW MORE [+]

20

NOVEMBRO
2019
Brazil industry production grows in Q3.

The Brazilian industry registered production increase in the third quarter after three declines, after registering the best result for September in two years, in a year still marked by instability

KNOW MORE [+]

12

NOVEMBRO
2019
Industry 4.0 | Know the operation of a cyber factory

Our generation lives in the midst of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, in which smart, ever more efficient, automated, and customizable factories come together that combine production with cyber-ph

KNOW MORE [+]

05

NOVEMBRO
2019
Industry 4.0 transforms manufacturing operations.

Digitization has been consolidating around the world primarily for its ability to profoundly transform into all types of businesses. The use of technologies such as big data and artificial intellig

KNOW MORE [+]

01

NOVEMBRO
2019
Industry 4.0 in Brazil: What do CIOs need to know?

With a forecast of up to $ 100 trillion in the next decade, according to the World Economic Forum, the digital economy has impacted all economic sectors. In Brazil there are still major challenges

KNOW MORE [+]

28

OUTUBRO
2019
CNI and Senai List 30 Promising Professions for Industry 4.0

Digital transformation in pursuit of competitiveness will lead traditional industry sectors to create middle and higher-level jobs in at least 30 professions listed by the National Confederation of

KNOW MORE [+]

24

OUTUBRO
2019
Seminar for the Future of Work

Held this Thursday 24 October 2019 at the Museum of Tomorrow - Rio de Janeiro, with the participation of industry and workers, the Seminar for the Future of Labor, whose main motivator was to discu

KNOW MORE [+]

14

OUTUBRO
2019
Industrial Revolution

The history of the industrial revolution began around the 18th century when science entered a constant process that resulted in a series of new technologies that rapidly transformed human life, esp

KNOW MORE [+]

06

OUTUBRO
2019
Mercopar 2019 Results

The #Mercopar2019 was such a success that 92.4% of the 315 exhibitors said their expectations were exceeded and 97% of them plan to return in the year 2020.

More tha

KNOW MORE [+]

02

OUTUBRO
2019
Launch of the Gaúcha Industry Innovation Notice

The president of the Federation of Industries of the State of Rio Grande do Sul (FIERGS), Gilberto Porcello Petry, launched on Tuesday (1st) the Gaucho Notice of Innovation for Industry, promoted b

KNOW MORE [+]

01

OUTUBRO
2019
Mercopar starts this Tuesday in Caxias do Sul

The 28th edition of Mercopar - Industrial Innovation Fair, at the Grape Festival Fair and Events Center, in Caxias do Sul. In an occupied area of ??15,500 m², companies from Rio Grande do

KNOW MORE [+]

02

SETEMBRO
2019
Aprenda a pronunciar Energy efficiency is still a little known theme in the industry

Many companies, whether in the industrial or commercial sector, have chosen, over the last years, to reduce costs by reducing staff, raw materials, among other factors inserted in the productio 

KNOW MORE [+]

01

AGOSTO
2019
Treinamento interno e Indústria 4.0 em SP

Last Wednesday and Thursday (July 31st and August 1st 2019) Lyte promoted its internal training and training on Industry 4.0.

Industry Training 4.0 was delivered "live" by the G

KNOW MORE [+]

31

JULHO
2019
Lyte Training and Industry 4.0

Last Wednesday and Thursday (July 31st and August 1st 2019) Lyte promoted its internal training and training on Industry 4.0.

Industry Training 4.0 was taught by the Graduate in Productio

KNOW MORE [+]

09

JULHO
2019
INDUSTRY 4.0 - the Internet of Things.

Known as the fourth industrial revolution, Industry 4.0 is a newly proposed industry concept encompassing the major technological innovations in the fields of automation, control and information te

KNOW MORE [+]

01

JULHO
2019
Merit Certificate - Lyte Automation Technology

The Destaque Gaúcho Magazine recognizes the merit of Lyte Automation Technology in the year 2015.

KNOW MORE [+]

24

JUNHO
2019
Businessman launches first 100% automated fast food in Brazil

With the constant technological evolution, many processes of our daily life are evolving to offer more agility, quality and precision to the people and to the companies. And every day new things ap

KNOW MORE [+]

00

00
0000
Lyte sponsoring robotics competition.

Looking to the future and thinking of new skilled professionals in the field of automation and robotics, Lyte Automation is sponsoring the BAHTECH 16041 team created to participate in the FTC Stude

KNOW MORE [+]

00

00
0000
Lyte sponsoring robotics competition.

Looking to the future and thinking of new skilled professionals in the field of automation and robotics, Lyte Automation is sponsoring the BAHTECH 16041 team created to participate in the FTC Stude

KNOW MORE [+]

Lyte Automation Technology is a company that operates in the industrial automation segment, specializing in industry 4.0. Through its technology research department, it develops differentiated solutions meeting the needs of any process.

The company founded in 2010, with headquarters in the states of RS and SP, aiming to serve the national and international territory.
 

   Contact

Unity RS: +55 51 3043.5436 / 3424.5436

Unity SP: +55 11 4318.7450

lyte@lyte.com.br
comercial@lyte.com.br

Unity RS: Cincinato Jardim do Vale, 357 - Parque dos Anjos - Gravataí/RS - Zip code 94190-330

Unity SP: Alameda São Caetano, 366 - Santa Paula - São Caetano/SP - Zip code 09560-500

(2019) © Lyte - Automation Technology - Todos os direitos reservados.