Groupe renault présente ses métiers de l'usine 4.0

Working in the industry 4.0

Although rooted in the present, employees have their sights firmly set on the future!
Jobs have changed in recent years as a result of the digital transformation. Skills are evolving and new expertise is emerging, but men and women are still at the core of the plant 4.0. revolution, and it is they who will shape the future. Discover what drives them every day!

Allison,
Maintenance analyst
at the curitiba plant, Brazil

Conditional maintenance increases the competitiveness of our industrial sites. This smart monitoring of machinery makes it possible to collect data and anticipate anomalies. My objective is to help build an effective predictive maintenance plan to schedule interventions and prevent downtime.
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My daily priorities include:

  • Collecting information to detect the appearance of machinery anomalies.
  • Putting together an action plan to anticipate breakdowns, repairs or replacements.
  • Sharing information with other plants to make faster progress together.

3 questions to sum up

#01

How would you describe the plant of the future in just three words?

Teamwork
Innovation
Results

#02

Which innovation has changed your life at work?

Innovation is part of our future. In my opinion, all these innovations offer opportunities.

#03

What future are you dreaming of?

We can be proud of everything we’ve accomplished so far, and I think the best future is one in which we continue to be innovative and in which we share our success. Together, we are stronger!

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Luis,
Team manager
AT THE VALLADOLID PLANT, SPAIN

The tablet has changed the way I work and manage, too. In fact, in just a few months, it’s changed everything. It's a bit like my smartphone at home: with it, I can follow the numbers in real time. As a result, we have become ultra-responsive and, more importantly, we make far fewer unnecessary trips.
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My daily priorities include:

  • Supporting the operating teams on the production line and during assembly.
  • Understanding the needs of teams in the field.
  • Dealing with any problems and monitoring production.
  • Ensuring the day’s targets, both qualitative and quantitative, are met.

3 questions to sum up

#01

How would you describe the plant of the future in just three words?

Connected
Dynamic
Ergonomic

#02

Which innovation has changed your life at work?

The tablet for heads of basic work units. It is a pioneer management tool that can be taken anywhere in the field. It allows us to be more responsive, save time, and share issues with the relevant teams and departments.

#03

What future are you dreaming of?

A connected, ergonomic plant at the cutting edge of digital innovation which benefits both people and performance.

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Patrick,
Head of the tooling
France department AT THE CLEON PLANT, FRANCE

Everything is designed to facilitate vehicle customization on the production line. Upstream, we prepare a kit that matches the engine and car of every customer. Full kitting and AGVs (automatically guided vehicles) are the driving force of the system.
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MY DAILY PRIORITIES INCLUDE:

  • Assisting teams in learning these new systems to get the best out of them.
  • Boost deployment of innovations.
  • Sharing best practices and feedback with the group's other plants.

3 questions to sum up

#01

How would you describe the plant of the future in just three words?

Environment
Working conditions
Connected

#02

Which innovation has changed your life at work?

For me, the purpose of innovation is to improve well-being every day. Of course, it is IT in general that has changed the job! Without a network, we wouldn’t be able to work today!

#03

What future are you dreaming of?

A future in which we continue to help our plants develop and in which we combine Artificial Intelligence with Machine Learning –  that's the real dream!

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