Helsinki, February 15, 2018 – Katriina Valli has been appointed as managing director for Zyfra Europe, headquartered in Helsinki, Finland. Zyfra is an international IT company focusing on machine learning based predictive maintenance and decision making support solutions.
ZYFRA, a company specializing in IIoT and AI solutions, has established its European headquarters in Helsinki, Finland. The company is expected to break the news on November 30 at Slush 2017, Europe’s major IT event.
At the Effective Manufacturing 4.0 conference at Skolkovo, the ZYFRA company, a leading Artificial Intelligence developer for the industrial and healthcare sectors, announced a collaboration with the largest producers of industrial machinery - FANUC and LLC NPP Machine Tool Plant TULAMASH.
Upwards of 450 participants attended the Effective Manufacturing 4.0 conference, held at the Skolkovo Innovation Center on November 16-17, aimed at boosting the efficiency of Russia’s industrial companies and the transition to digital production.
As part of the Open Innovations forum, the Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology has signed a landmark agreement with ZYFRA, a leading Artificial Intelligence developer for the industrial and healthcare sectors, on the establishment of a collaborative laboratory to conduct research into Artificial Intelligence and the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT).
The laboratory is designed to be an international university competence centre for the research and development of new AI technology for capital-intensive industries; manufacturing in particular.
ZYFRA intends to be a leading force in the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) market in Russia and beyond, and has selected Europe and Asia as its launch platforms in the international arena.
As well as bringing its own innovative products to the marketplace, ZYFRA will develop existing solutions within the Renova Group and invest in promising new IIoT and Artificial Intelligence technology both at home and abroad.
The total investment volume is expected to exceed USD 100 million.