Lamberprom is a Spanish company providing Advanced Technology Solutions to the manufacturing industry. Having
executed several projects in the manufacturing industry, we know the market and the companies’ needs. We see a business
opportunity in addressing the niche market of manufacturing SMEs in the pharmaceutical, fine chemists and food&beverage
sector that has – out of financial aspects – no access to existing sophisticated Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES).
These systems at the moment are tailored to the needs of large enterprises.
We aim at developing and commercializing Industrial FW 4.0, which is an open 4.0 Industrial Internet Framework that
enables communication between industrial systems (MES) and the Internet (cloud). This solution integrates production
systems with Internet (B2B, Social Media, and Digital Marketing) in real-time and allows context aware automated decision
making. Our prototype and the first pilot tests have delivered promising technological results. Bringing the solution to the
market would provide SMEs with a marketplace, where they can acquire a set of functional modules according to their MES
needs, thus keeping the system complexity and the associated costs at the level of their financial capabilities. Furthermore,
Industrial FW 4.0 is an open system that allows interoperability between heterogeneous systems, thus giving Independence
from developers and integrators.
Our concept fits very well in the concept of “Industry 4.0”, a project promotes the computerization of traditional industries
such as manufacturing. This has now become a world-wide trend, because the industry could save billions of euros if the
Industrial Internet achieved an increase of only 1% annual productivity growth over the next 15 years.
We expect that this phase 1 project will bring us closer to commercialization of Industrial FW 4.0 through assessing its
feasibility and commercialization potential.
Field of science
- /social sciences/economics and business/business and management/commerce
- /social sciences/economics and business
- /natural sciences/computer and information sciences/internet
- /social sciences/economics and business/economics/production economics/productivity
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