MIPU, a group specializing in predictive maintenance and artificial intelligence, announces the date of the volume presentation event “Predictive Factory Stories”: Thursday 15 April at 9 am http://bitly.ws/cyDF – The most significant experiences of applying AI to the world of the factory will be told through the voices of the protagonists. Among the participants we point out the presence of companies from every sector, including Benetton Group, Unicredit, Edison, Ivar, Cereal Docks Group, Enercom. Data is at the center of the change in today’s transformations of production: through algorithms, machines tell us about their state of health and, if analyzing the enormous flow of information produced is fundamental, using data as predictors of other phenomena is the only one viable way for efficient, sustainable and inclusive production. What is the predictive factory and what advantages can it bring to the quality, sustainability and efficiency of processes?

The predictive power of data

We will hear it directly from the voices of the protagonists, small and large Italian production companies that do not give up on a complex economic period, rather they relaunch: all with the predictive power of data. These voices have been collected in the volume “Stories of Predictive Factory”, created by MIPU, in collaboration with Harvard Business Review, which will be presented online and which will bring together some of the main players in the Italian industrial scene.

Giulia Baccarin

Creating a predictive factory means enhancing the data already collected to predict what will happen in the near future and in doing so better organize the technical, human and financial resources available. In the predictive factory, machines are able to see, memorize and learn, becoming not only smarter, but aware and antifragile“He declares Giulia Baccarin, CEO and Co-founder MIPU.

Giovanni Presti

The predictive factory allows the maximum performance of the existing process in terms of productivity, efficiency and sustainability. Applying this type of model allows, for example, to predict when a machine will break down, what will be the water requirement of a city, or, again, the energy consumption of a plant. Problems can often be solved with extreme simplicity and at low cost, this demonstrates that not only can artificial intelligence be applied to industry but that it is also within everyone’s reach.” conclude Giovanni Presti, Head of Product e Co-founder MIPU.

The book

The book contains more than 10 case histories of large and small companies, numerous interviews and over 60 infographics. A storytelling tool but also a work tool, for those who want to transform their production into connected and predictive. Participants included companies from all sectors, including Benetton Group, Unicredit, Edison, Ivar, Cereal Docks Group, Enercom.


Predictive Factory Stories – Bringing the power of Ai into factories and cities
15.04.2021 – 09:00 – 10:00

• Introduction: Giulia Baccarin, CEO and Co-founder MIPU, TEDx speaker; Enrico Sassoon, Chief Executive Officer of Harvard Business Review.
• Presentation of the case studies in the book “Stories of Predictive Factory” through the voice of the protagonists.
• Round table and questions from the audience.

To register: http://bitly.ws/cyDF


MIPU, founded in 2012 by Giulia Baccarin and Giovanni Presti in Salò, is a group of companies whose common mission is to bring predictive techniques and artificial intelligence into factories and cities to reduce waste and costs and increase sustainability and competitiveness.

MIPU has developed a proprietary technology to rapidly prototype industrial artificial intelligence as well as a portfolio of synthesis solutions with over 10 years of experience in the field of energy optimization, predictive maintenance and reliability engineering.


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