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RFID in industrial automation – the experience of a Ukrainian integrator

We are pleased to present a new interview with Serhii Salata, co-founder and RFID specialist of Smart Card Ukraine (ARDIX) conducted by Oleksandr Pupena, associated professor of the department of automation control, National university of food technologies, member I4U. Oleksandr Pupena: Good afternoon, Sergii! Since I come from an industrial automation background,

Ukrainian business discovers its broader capabilities thanks to the crisis: Ivan Kun, Interproject GmbH, integrator of municipal and agrotechnical projects 

Today we present an interview with Ivan Kun, Director of Interproject GmbH. Interproject GmbH is a Ukrainian design and technology company that has extensive experience in the fields of agriculture, water supply and heat supply and provides services in design, 3D design, automation, energy management, general contractor. L4D: How has your


Resilience of Ukrainian business to power outages – first-hand experience

Ukrainian companies have become more flexible and resilient during the war. They have learned to respond quickly to challenges, reconfigure processes and adapt them to new conditions. Some Ukrainian businesses prepared for emergency shutdowns in advance, anticipating the enemy’s actions. Today, the main challenge for Ukrainian business is emergency power

How Ukrainian Integrators and Developers survive during wartime. System integrator SAS Ltd supports the operation of critical infrastructure.

Today we present an interview with Andriy Gumennyy, chief engineer of SAS Ltd., leader in the creation of automated systems for operational management of production. Ltd. “System Automation Service” is an engineering company operating in the field of industrial automation of critical and hazardous technological processes. The company has extensive experience in

Space front of war: How Western friends help Kyiv – Yevhen Rokytskyi

We publish the translation of the interview given by Yevhen Rokytskyi to the Czech edition Blesk Zprávy. Ukraine has had a strong space industry since Soviet times, working closely with Russian industry until the annexation of Crimea. The invasion disrupted production, but paradoxically brought new opportunities for cooperation with Western

How Ukrainian Integrators and Developers survive during wartime. Indusoft – Ukraine: ready for cooperation in MES segment.

Today we present an interview with Sergey Yevtushenko, CEO of INDUSOFT-UKRAINE, leader in the creation of automated systems for operational management of production. INDUSOFT-UKRAINE has been on the market since 2003. The company implements innovative technologies of Internet-oriented IIoT/IICS automation systems and hybrid local-cloud MOM/MES architectures to improve production efficiency based on