The key to digital production

Zyfra
Industrial
Framework

First step in preparing an enterprise for going
digital and for the use of artificial intelligence
industrial framework
What is ZIF?
A tool built to combine the digital elements of the industrial production process as well as business processes. It provides 
the possibility for basic automation of technology based processes in support of uninterrupted, continuous production, the creation of applied applications and data preparation for machine learning and artificial intelligence.
Reduced production costs
by merging application services, creating a single digital production space and optimizing business processes.
Achieving maximum production potential
through the construction of cyber-physical systems (industry 4.0).
  • Creating a single digital layer within the production

  • Creating digital copies and predictive models using AI

  • Combining dissimilar information and automated systems into units

  • The collection, storage and analysis of both production and technical data

  • Monitoring the technical process as well as notifications of personnel events

cost reduction
cost reduction
6%
More than 421 billion USD* — the annual benefit of cost optimization and increased efficiency due to the transition to Industry 4.0
PWC data
Who is ZIF for?
  • IT integrators

  • Dispatchers

  • Technical plant operators

  • Heads of Production Units

  • Technical engineers

  • IT departments

It allows for the combination of various, different technologies and tools in order to create solutions that meet modern business requirements, in a short time and at minimal cost.
Cases
The calculation of the technological
cost for a batch of Product
  • Goal
    • To solve the problem
      of cost analysis.
  • Effects
    • A cost reduction
      of 4-6%
  • ZIF functions
    • Collecting and archiving data at all stages of production.
    • Integrating with systems of a lower (process control system) and upper (ERP) level.
    • Providing data to the calculation module (a model of our own design).
    • The visualization and gradation of cost sources.
The calculation of&nbsp;the technological <br> cost for a&nbsp;batch of&nbsp;Product
technological Monitoring
  • Goal
    • To reduce violations of technological regimes.
  • Effects
    • Reducing unplanned downtime
    • Increasing production output
    • An overall increase of production, while
      maintaining quality (there is a separate module
      for quality control — ZQA), by up to 12%
  • ZIF functions
    • Data collection, violation monitoring as well as the visualization of the production process (for dispatcher control).
    • Alarming (signalization) at abnormal activities — parameter deviations.
    • Predicting interruptions due to control of abnormal activities.
technological Monitoring
Technological process stabilization
  • Goal
    • To reduce consumption of useful component, while maintaining quality.
  • Effects
    • Reducing useful component consumption
    • Reducing production costs by 3-6%
  • ZIF functions
    • Collecting and archiving data at all stages of production.
    • Integrating with systems of a lower (process control system) and upper (ERP) level.
    • Providing data to the calculation module (a model of our own design).
    • The visualization and gradation of cost sources.
Technological process stabilization