Bertin, a CNIM Group company, offers high value-added services to industry. Its various missions – providing technical expertise, studies, innovative engineering and consultancy – can also be extended to inclusive the supply of turnkey systems. Its aim is to improve the security and efficiency of complex systems, particularly in the energy sector, by using a rigorous methodology that takes into account areas such as risks, ergonomics, organizational aspects and human factors.
Reduction in greenhouse gases targeted for 2030, compared to 1990
Value of potential energy savings identified during the last 20 energy process audits carried out by Bertin
Of the 12 control rooms of 1300 MW power plants in France were designed by Bertin Ergonomics
Expertise and Innovative processes
Faced with the challenge of the energy transition, industry needs to make its products and production systems more competitive, and optimize their use of energy. Given the trend toward ever more complex environments and systems, coupled with growing security challenges, industry is now looking to disruptive technologies for help. Bertin Expertise & Innovative Processes helps its clients to meet these challenges, providing methods and solutions that are tailored to their individual needs.
“Aside from all the regulations that are prompting industry to deal with the energy and environmental challenges we face today, industrial performance in the future will also be about having a hybrid approach to energy, products and processes”.
Digital transformation, the automation of complex systems, managing human and organizational risk… Bertin Ergonomics helps its clients to deal with all of these issues by providing a comprehensive optimization of their user environments. A pioneer of ergonomics in France since 1978, and backed by the human resources of 70 ergonomists, UX experts and cognitive engineers, Bertin Ergonomics has all the requisite skills in ergonomics.
“The digital transformation is significantly changing the way users work. Success with digital services and applications requires a user-centric technology approach
that makes it easier for people to accept new ways of working and also the development of new tasks that benefit their companies”.
Sandrine Coletti User Experience Manager, Bertin Ergonomics (Saint Aubin, France)