Developing training and technology for the industry of tomorrow
Created in 2015, the Alliance for Industry of the Future aims to support French companies and particularly SMEs in modernizing their industrial tools and transforming their business models through new digital and non-digital technologies.
IMT is one of the Alliance’s founding members.
IMT is involved in working groups on the themes of the technological offering, the issues of training and anticipation of needs, the development of innovation and support for SMEs and mid-tier companies and on standardization.
IMT is participating in 4 working groups established by the AIF
Technological development of the industry of the future
7 key technologies
IMT is particularly involved in the working group on the technological offering. One of the objectives it to develop the winning technologies of tomorrow based on 7 key areas defined by the AIF:
- Digitalization of the value chain;
- Automation/Workflow/Process robotics;
- Additive Manufacturing;
- Monitoring and control;
- Composites and new materials, assemblies;
- The role of humans in the factory;
- Energy Efficiency and Companies’ Environmental Footprint and Integration in the ecosystem.
Humans and the industry of the future The “Dare to Enter the Industry of the Future” project
The industrial metamorphosis driven by digital and new technologies will lead to profound changes in professions and qualifications.
The Dare to Enter the Industry of the Future project is aimed at supporting these changes:
- By improving the image of industry and its professions in the employment market,
- By promoting access to industrial professions to all,
- By strengthening exchanges between young people/companies.
Dare to Enter the Industry of the Future was created in March 2016 in the framework of the New Industrial France program. It is led by the Alliance for Industry of the Future.
The Alliance’s priority actions
11 founding members
- The IMT (Institut Mines-Télécom)
- TECH IN FRANCE
- Arts & Métiers ParisTech
- CEA (French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission)
- CETIM (French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission)
- FIEEC (Federation of Electrical and Electronic Engineering and Communications)
- FIM (Federation of Mechanical Industry)
- Gimélec (Trade association for electrical equipment, control systems and associated services)
- SYMOP (Union for Machines and Production Technologies)
- Syntec Numérique (Professional Union of developers, Digital Services Enterprises and Companies for Advice in Technologies)
- UIMM (Union of Metalworking industries and professions).