Successfully transition your model to Industry 4.0

Climate changes affecting our local areas

Increasing climatic and environmental upheavals have made us brutally aware of the effects of the way we live on the delicate balance of our planet. Industrial production is one of the first human activities to be singled out for its environmental impact. It’s true that to meet their economic needs, industrial actors consume water, energy and raw materials to transform and produce goods and services to meet their economic needs. Today, there is no such thing as a non-polluting industrial activity, nevertheless, all industries are examining their production model to ensure that it is part of an approach that protects ecosystems.


The new industrial revolution: producing whilst protecting ecosystems

For manufacturers, finding the balance between production and limiting environmental impacts, while maintaining a good level of economic competitiveness, is the major challenge for the future. Among other things, it is a question of monitoring the consumption of natural resources more closely, whilst limiting waste and reducing costs. The challenge facing manufacturers is to optimise their overall productivity, while improving their environmental footprint.


Manufacturing in a more virtuous way thanks to new technologies

Birdz supports manufacturers in the transition of their model to Industry 4.0. The transformation of industrial uses through new digital services allows them to see, understand and optimise their energy and environmental footprint. It meets the needs of consumers and local areas, while protecting a sustainable economic balance. Connected sensors, IoT, artificial intelligence, digital management of the data collected… Our solutions meet all the challenges facing manufacturers, from controlling consumption (measurement of fluids, water, electricity and gas) to optimising waste collection, and including the protection of biodiversity and health issues (air and water quality, etc.).

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Our solutions

Management of the environmental consumption of buildings

Buildings are now the biggest consumers of energy. We have designed a package to reduce and better manage the energy expenses of buildings.   Buildings at the crossroads of ecological challenges In France, buildings are the largest consumers of energy. They account for 44% of energy consumption, compared to 31% for transport. This consumption generates more than 123 million tonnes of greenhouse gases. Moreover, natural resources are running out. However, the scarcer fossil fuels become, the more the decrease in supply will lead to higher costs, particularly for the heating of buildings. In this context, French Law No. 2015-992 of 17 August 2015 aims to ensure that all buildings in the French building inventory reach low energy consumption levels at a rate of 500,000 energy renovations per year.   Solving the environment-comfort-economy equation As the guardian of one or more buildings, you are at the intersection of these challenges. You must work to improve the well-being of occupants by ensuring the correct functioning and maintenance of the water, gas and electricity systems. At the same time, you need to ensure the energy performance of these buildings, complying with current regulations and maintaining an affordable energy bill.   Measuring and monitoring to control the energy consumption of buildings Birdz has designed a package to control the energy consumption of your buildings. This consumption monitoring system (water, gas and electricity) provides continuous information on activity from meters and so enables an alert to be triggered in the event of abnormal consumption. Birdz equips meters, ensures the installation of the IoT network and the provision of data visualisation software. The wide range of sensors and technologies that we use means we can adapt to any physical building configuration, from public buildings to hotels and small businesses. Contact us

Measurement and monitoring of biodiversity

Every 20 minutes, a species disappears.   Biodiversity is threatened In the face of an ever-developing society, increasingly massive urbanisation and growing pollution, it is becoming more and more difficult to protect biodiversity. It is in under threat and to protect it, we need to combat: Pollution Reduction of natural environments Overexploitation of wildlife Invasive non-native species Climate change Lengthy and costly monitoring Today, inventories are carried out manually and require the mobilisation of resources (people, equipment, time). The average duration of an inventory is 2 to 3 years for a municipality, and varies according to the size, the degree of thoroughness required and the ecological complexity of the area. The results must then be analysed and formalised internally before an action plan can be prepared. An inventory can cost up to €38,000 which is a very significant investment.   All this results in fragmented analyses over time, species counts carried out at intervals of several years and a risk of being unaware of the decline of a species due to a lack of regular inventories.   Our solution: Use technology to listen to and protect nature Birdz has teamed up with the French Natural History Museum to put all its expertise into a comprehensive and accessible solution: a sensor to listen to nature and a portal allowing you to access biodiversity data from your local area. PLEASE CONTACT US FOR MORE INFORMATION

More than technology: real expertise

While we believe that technology and tools are fundamental to meeting the challenges of Industry 4.0, we are convinced that your experience in the industrial sector, your knowledge of the field and of the economic challenges of your markets are determining factors in the choice of the solutions we propose to implement.

Our wealth is our teams: technicians, engineers, project managers, all of whom put their expertise and experience at the service of your challenges.

They make our solutions simple to implement, flexible, modern and efficient, but also strong, committed and responsible community actions.

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