The Maker Faire Rome 2020 is over, but we have stories to share. On December 13th, during the third day of the fair, we tuned in on a live television studio in Rome.

Luigi Cerfeda, our Head of Sales was one of those experts. Of course, where industrial innovation is a topic, the Zerynth Platform is the main star. Luigi explained what our industrial IoT enabling platform has to offer, and what its features are. He also shared use cases and demonstrated how the 4ZeroBox and the Zerynth Device Manager helped numerous companies join the Industry 4.0 age. During the event, we were a guest of our partner, Arrow Electronics.

During the Maker Faire Rome, in a dedicated digital channel, Arrow had a chance to present a series of Italian companies, who are dedicated to creating tools and solutions that facilitate innovation. As you can see, Zerynth is one of those forward-thinking and innovation-driving companies.

You can watch Luigi’s whole talk in the video below. We would just like to point out that it’s in Italian. Luigi’s section starts at about 07:40:25, but you can just click play here in the post for it to start there.

More about the 4ZeroBox

4ZeroBox is a versatile data acquisition unit, designed to be plugged into both old and modern industrial machines, as a machine-to-cloud interface. It is powered by Zerynth OS, a multithreaded real-time OS that supports Python and C programming.

Zerynth Device Manager, our device, and data management service works harmoniously with the 4ZeroBox. Together they form a platform designed to easily enable machinery to join Industry 4.0.

Key benefits of the platform:

  • Real-time production monitoring and quality control to reduce waste and rework;
  • Real-time energy consumption monitoring to save cost and reduce environmental impact;
  • Predictive maintenance to prevent costly repairs and unplanned downtime.

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About the Author: Lana Vukovic

Lana Vukovic
Lana is a Classics graduate who got bored of ancient Greek and Roman texts and got into new technology instead.

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