Industry 4.0

The achievement of an increasingly widespread synergy between material and digital systems -by the use of interconnected and networked devices – is currently developing a process considered as a real fourth industrial revolution: the Industry 4.0.

By supporting the company system with the latest innovations in the field of Smart technologies, an intelligent and interactive operating method is so configured, in which the connection of computer-based systems, human resources and information ensures the best results, reducing time wastes. and speeding up answers to market demands.

This innovation process also facilitates the analyses onBig Data, allowing adaptations on production systems and on the on real-time tracking of goods, ensuring a continuous monitoring of activities, not only related to production, but to the entire supply chain.

In this context, the innovation brought to the market by the new Gadamed Solutions and Technologies – precisely with the use of RFID technology (Radio Frequency IDentification) and the IoT system (Internet of Things)– allows to eliminate the storage steps carried out with manual processes, directly sending to the interconnected system all the data of samples and tracking, offering an innovative and safe service. Thanks to RFID technology, by storing all the information in the tags – the great asset of this technology – an immediate storage of thousands of data on a single support is possible.

The acquisition of this system will also provide a tax benefit, defined according to these parameters:

Investments made from 1 January 2022 and until 31 December 2022 (with possible extension until 30 June 2023):

  • 40% of the cost, for share of investment up to EUR 2.5 million;
  • 20% of the cost, for share of investment over EUR 2.5 million and up to EUR 10 million;
  • 10% of the cost, for share of investment over EUR 10 million and up to EUR 20 million.

Investments made from 16 November 2020 and until 31 December 2021 (with possible extension until 30 June 2022):

  • 50% of the cost, for share of investment up to EUR 2.5 million;
  • 30% of the cost, for share of investment over EUR 2.5 million and up to EUR 10 million;
  • 10% of the cost, for share of investment over EUR 10 million and up to EUR 20 million.