Advanced Factories, the leading event in automation and industrial robotics in southern Europe, will celebrate its sixth edition from March 29 to 31, 2022 at the CCIB in Barcelona.
During three days, it will bring together more than 17,000 industry professionals who are looking for an industrial and technological partner to promote automation in their factories, thus increasing productivity and improving the competitiveness of the industry. Four months after its celebration, the main leading firms in automation and robotics have already confirmed their participation in this unique event for the industrial sector, which now practically reaches the 90% of occupation of your exhibition area .
More than 350 exhibiting firms will present their latest solutions in industrial automation systems, robotics, additive manufacturing, software, production integration systems, artificial intelligence, Digital Twin, artificial vision, data analytics, IoT, 5G or cybersecurity. “The pandemic has revealed that there is a great dependence on the logistics chain in foreign markets. That is why we must bet on automation and digitization as tools to reduce the risks associated with offshoring, while allowing us to achieve more efficient production and cost savings essential for industrial competitiveness", highlights Albert Planas, Managing Director of Advanced Factories. "After almost two years of limitations imposed by many multinationals, in 2022 we will once again recover 100% of the exhibition area and we cannot be more satisfied with having recovered all the firms", he adds.
The Industry 4.0 Congress is looking for experts to share their success stories in digitization of production centers and industrial transformation
One more year, Advanced Factories will host the Industry 4.0 Congress , the largest congress in Europe in which to discover the latest trends for the industrial sector. More than 100 conferences led by 280 experts who will share their knowledge and experience to increase the competitiveness of different industry segments: Automotive, Aeronautics, Pharma, Food, Electronics, Textile, Rail, Metal and Steel. In addition, as novelties, the congress will feature two new summits, the Plant Managers Summit , dedicated to all plant managers of industrial factories, and the Artificial Intelligence Forum, focused on publicizing the opportunities offered by this technology to the industrial sector.
All those experts, technicians, entrepreneurs, universities and research and innovation centers who want to share their vision of the industry and innovation can present until December 13 your projects, ideas, success stories or solutions as candidates to participate in the Industry 4.0 Congress .