(ANSA) – PERUGIA, November 28 – Collaborative Robotics, Digital Twin, Lean Manufacturing 4.0, Virtual and Augmented Reality Systems, Additive Manufacturing, Intelligent Monitoring of Industrial Processes, Big Data Analytics, Intelligent Maintenance and much more: It was a ‘dive into The near future, which now exists every day with increasing doses of impulsive innovation that expands the possibilities and gives new shape to both the economy and society” guided tour organized by the Chambers of Commerce of Umbria and Tuscany at the Made competence center in Milan. One of the eight competency centers recognized by the Ministry of Economic Development, and responsible for supporting manufacturing companies in the path of digital transformation towards Industry 4.0.
An initiative involving about twenty companies (thirty in total) from the two regions, most of which are advanced manufacturing and service companies. The aim of the visit – explains the Chamber of Commerce of Umbria – was to open new horizons for companies, allowing them to touch the many 4.0 technologies present in the six technological fields spread over the 2,500 square meters of the Made demo center. Watch the twenty demonstrators present at the pavilion in action.
The visit was made by Made’s Head of Business Relations, David Bolotto, who also introduced the business and introduced the Competence Center and its various activities in training, planning and as a contributor.
During the visit, Made’s partner, Icopower, also focused on how to save on energy consumption, as the latter patented a smart system that allows companies to save on bills, eliminating on average between 5% and 7% of waste due to leakage. the network.
Made’s visit ended with numerous requests for more information from the participating Umbrian and Tuscan companies. (Dealing).
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