Such consolidation, first of all, implies an exchange of expertise with foreign market players. Now, this is especially true: 2050.Additive Technologies creates a digital platform for the development of 3D printing in the industrial complex. Its model is unique to world practice. Ready-Made digital instruments are to be integrated at the site creating a kind of base of 3D-models, which will be the key to the security of the entire business for each manufacturer tomorrow. The knowledge and technology that employees are now accumulating will be transferred to the platform.
"We can say that this is a turning point for the Russian market of additive solutions. It is equally true for our entire industry, which has headed for digitalization. In Europe and the USA, for example, the additive technologies are used in almost any industry. There it is a kind of mainstream. Companies are even willing to overpay for the latest solutions. 3D printing has not been so developed in our country yet. Therefore, deep cooperation with colleagues from other countries aimed at the joint development of innovative products and their effective implementation is especially important today," said Dmitry Kiryanov, CEO of 2050.Additive technologies.
Also, cooperation within the framework of the MOBILITY GOES ADDITIVE association will open up new opportunities for entering international markets. Now the organization has more than eighty participants from around the world from various industries related to additive manufacturing. Their numbers include such world giants as Siemens, Knorr-Bremse, Volkswagen, HP, Desktop Metal, and others. Representatives of the scientific community, as well as professional communities, also take part in the association's activities.
They develop and implement technological solutions, conduct research, form and keep up-to-date the regulatory framework, as well as set up procedural mechanisms for business development in modern economic realities.
Mobility goes Additive is an association that Deutsche Bahn founded in September 2016 to simplify the interaction between companies, institutions, and researchers in the field of additive solutions. Members of the association participate in eight working groups that hold more than twenty-five meetings a year. The main areas of their activities are security and standardization, supply logistics, materials, sustainable development, education, legal issues, change management, and software.
Ctrl2GO Group is developing and implementing digital solutions for various industries as part of the transition to Industry 4.0. In particular, the Ctrl@Maintenance system for risk-oriented management of a fleet of capital-intensive machines based on predictive analytics is already widely used in transport engineering, energy, and the oil sector. Another project is the Digital Plant, a comprehensive digitalization of the enterprises of Transmashholding JSC at the Novocherkassk Electric Locomotive and Tver Carriage Works. Also, Ctrl2GO digital solutions are used in the mining industry, agriculture, and aviation.