Digital technologies are key to optimizing the entire bulk gases supply chain, enabling more efficient, reliable and energy-efficient delivery rounds. Discover the benefits of "Integrated Bulk Operations" in a pilot country, Canada.
As the digital revolution transforms every business sector, including industry 4.0, robotics and artificial intelligence, Air Liquide offers a people-centric approach that places new technology at the heart of its digital transformation. The result is improved performance, along with an enhanced customer and employee experience
Air Liquide ranked 1st in the eCAC40 trophy
This prize rewards the French top 40 companies for their digital maturity.
Air Liquide designs, produces and provides the high purity gases and advanced materials required to manufacture the latest-generation electronics components. They are used to inert the manufacturing environment, or as deposition and etching materials for the manufacturing of chips and flat panels. Discover a few of these applications here.
Efficient, simple, customized: a successful customer experience lies in these three words. It is a core objective of Air Liquide’s strategy, which relies on leveraging the power of digital to offer its customers and patients a first class experience.
Facial recognition is one of the numerous applications of image sensors, which uses images of people captured by video cameras, websites and existing photographs. It has made tremendous improvements over the past years, and its market is expected to grow with the increased demand for the technology involved in payments, social media, targeted advertising, healthcare and enhanced surveillance techniques.
Product traceability, real-time stock tracking, resource optimization... The irresistible worldwide expansion of the Internet of Things (IoT), which makes it possible to gather and transmit data generated by Internet-connected objects, is profoundly changing industrial practice and customer behavior in every sector.
Despite being invisible, gases and molecules are essential to digital mobility and connectivity. They make possible the nanotechnology that has increased devices’ computing power and energy efficiency exponentially in the past decade.