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The Polycut company operates in several sectors such as: upholstered furniture, mattresses, automotive sector, aeronautical sector, nautical sector, packaging, acoustic sector, building sector and vegetable sector.
Mechatronics is a multidisciplinary field of science that includes a combination of mechanics, electronics, computer engineering with the aim of automate the producing system in order to simplify and replace the human work. Its main application areas are robotics and industrial automatization.
In addition to this there are other new mechanic systems to do functions which other conventional machines are not able to do. This technical progress it’s possible only by the synergistic use of technologies which concern the mechanic and electronic sectors and several other products in many other different sectors.
Into the mechanic sector electronic and informatic are used with great success, because they allow to get enormous technical progresses and, specifically, to increase the flexibility of the machines and devices, to reduce the response times, to satisfy particular needs with high qualified performances and to obtain high precisions.
The machines and all the installations produced by Polycut are all realized with the concept of the 4.0 industry, so to the customers can have products highly advanced.
In reality the fourth industrial revolution is starting to develop also in Italy that is the second manufacturing country in Europe with the aim of bringing the industrial production to the highest level of automation and interconnection.
According to a report of the multinational of consulting McKinsey, the new digital technologies will have a deep impact in the area of the four development guidelines:
1. Data using, with the connectivity and an high calculating power the aim is to store securely the information.
2. Analytics, the aim is to make the data already collected valuable with analysis and previsions .
3. Interaction between man and machine
4. Passage from digital to “real”