itsme at Advanced Factories 2023
itsme inaugurates its presence in Advanced Factories
Advanced Factories opens its doors one more year, but this time in Fira de Barcelona - Gran Via on April 18, 19 and 20. Three days of fair where you can discover the most innovative and disruptive technological solutions in the industrial sector.
We inaugurate the presence of itsme at the fair through its subsidiaries in Spain, Elektres (founded 10 years ago) and Robotplus (recently acquired).
At itsme group we believe that there are three factors that condition companies to reach their maximum potential: flexibility, efficiency and productivity.
Through itsme brands; Elektres, Robotplus, Cobotica and DAP, we will present the specific solutions that allow companies to be more efficient, flexible and productive to adapt to the current market.
Come by any of the three days to our booth E528 and you will see:
- Edge Computing and Digital Twin, with Siemens systems.
- Cobots from Universal Robots working on CNC feeding, painting and palletizing processes.
- The redesign of production lines with the Prolynk platform.
- Systems for predictive maintenance (FactoryScan) and energy saving (EnergyScan) from itsme.
Fill in the form to request your Business Pass ticket and get free access to the show for all three days.
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