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Whether for reasons of convenience or environmental awareness, paper has become less and less important over the last decade. With the large amount of information handled on a daily basis and the constant need to share content, the tangible format is no longer an attractive option.

The new way of working is digital, with technologies that allow us to access relevant content with a few clicks and to be interconnected with the rest of the workforce.

However, not everyone has embraced this new reality. While computers are already an essential tangible in any office, in places such as production plants and industrial areas there is less of a trace of the technological wave. In these environments, the routine involves searching through heavy manuals for information, reliance on other workers and, given the frequency of rotating tasks, an accumulated loss of tacit knowledge.

Impact of digitalization on sustainability

Containing critical knowledge digitally is a commitment to environmental sustainability, as the paper savings it entails are very important in the fight against deforestation, CO2 emissions and climate change.

At Innovae, we want to promote the definitive change to ‘zero paper’ and maximum efficiency. In this sense, our SAAM tool allows you to visualise work processes step by step on assets from different devices such as smartphones, tablets or Augmented Reality glasses.

Industrial digitalization for a 'zero paper' environment

As an organisation, the opportunity is provided for our own benefit, but also globally, and we can play an important role in sustainability. In this sense, we also seek to maximise environmental benefits through projects such as Innovae Forest, a forest that supports the leap to digitalization.

Competitive advantages of digitalization

No more dependence on experts and tacit knowledge, no more busy hands sifting through physical manuals and no more unnecessary production stoppages causing inefficiencies.

The benefits of digitalization in Industry go beyond ‘zero paper’, being a key factor in ensuring competitiveness, as it allows the workspace to become an interconnected and communicated sphere where technicians can perform their tasks with maximum efficiency.

In this context, digitalization avoids the clutter of paperwork and provides concrete instructions to each operator, who can carry out his or her tasks through step-by-step instructions. In short, it empowers the workforce with all the content that is needed and when it is needed.

Industrial digitalization for a 'zero paper' environment

Our SAAM tool does just that. Thanks to the digitalization of processes fed with 3D models, photographs and videos, it puts in the hand of every technician the information needed to carry out their daily tasks as efficiently as possible.

On the other hand, the agile access to information drastically speeds up the execution of these tasks, allowing significant cost savings. Furthermore, monitoring and control can be performed centrally thanks to access to the specific data of each workflow, allowing for greater organisation and supervision.

In conclusion, through digital workflows, the technical team can be more autonomous and efficient in the execution of operations, being a key element to ensure industrial competitiveness, and, in turn, to safeguard the intangible heritage of companies.

If you would like to learn more about the benefits of digitalizating operations with SAAM, please do not hesitate to contact us.