Intelligent Industry Partner videos:

The Intelligent Industry Ecosystem is here to harvest the benefits of intelligent industry. Our aim is to turn digital into practical. To look past the buzz and to better understand the change that is subverting different fields of expertise, the Intelligent Industry Ecosystem video series clarifies what “Intelligent Industry” really means and what it can do for business in manufacturing sector.


Part 8. Prima Power

Prima Power is a leading specialist in machines and systems for sheet metal working. The company’s offering in this field is one of the widest and covers all applications: laser processing, punching, shearing, bending, automation.
Watch the video to see how Prima Power develops the manufacturing methods of the future through its own products and in collaboration with its customers.


Part 7. Melkki

Melkki is an agile consulting and advisory partner for lean business development, digital transformation, IT optimization and sourcing. In the video CEO Patrik Felixson and Director of Strategy and Business Director Riikka Tanner from Melkki discuss with DIMECC CEO Harri Kulmala and Digitalization Manager Kai Knuutila from Glaston, what is the role of Melkki in the Intelligent Industry ecosystem.

Part 6. Nokia

Nokia offers digitalization platform with industrial-grade private wireless networks. In the Intelligent Industry Ecosystem Nokia collaborates with companies such as Konecranes and Fastems to ensure a good fit between digitalization technology and customer needs. Learn what some manufacturing customers need and how Nokia Digital Automation Cloud – a platform for value beyond connectivity fulfills the requirements:



Part 5. Raute

Raute is a leading technology and service supplier in the wood products sector. How does data change the production of veneer, plywood and LVL?



Part 4. HT Laser and Elekmerk

What does “Intelligent Industry” mean for our SME partners HT Laser and Elekmerk?



Part 3. Fastems

What does “Intelligent Industry” mean for factory automation? Take a look at how Fastems pushes the limits, explores the unknown and finds the new pathways from discreet to a connected world.



Part 2. Konecranes

What does “Intelligent Industry” mean for lifting business? Take a look at where Konecranes is heading with data and digitalization.



Part 1. SSAB

What does “Intelligent Industry” mean for the steel industry? Take a look at how SSAB’s SmartSteel is making data and instructions available relating to any steel item wherever that item is processed. Each link in the production chain can then utilize and add to this data. This improves the efficiency of SSAB’s customers’ product processes and supply chain management as well as creating a basis for a circular and a platform economy.