Advanced Factories will host a new edition of the Industry Startup Forum, a competition between startups with the most disruptive projects and solutions for the industrial sector.

Advanced Factories, the leading event in industrial automation and robotics in southern Europe, will bring, once again, together the most innovative startups with the most disruptive projects capable of transforming the industrial sector. From March 29 to 31, Advanced Factories will host a new edition of the Industry Startup Forum, a competition in which entrepreneurs can present their projects and solutions to business leaders in the sector, potential partners and investors.

The industrial sector faces the challenge of automating its production processes and betting on new technologies to reduce the risks associated with relocation and achieve more efficient production. In addition to promoting the production of km 0 to move towards a more sustainable industry. Faced with this situation, large companies need sources of disruptive innovation that come from startups to be able to offer new value propositions and face the challenges that lie ahead.

That is why the Industry Startup Forum looks for startups with solutions and technologies that can help meet the challenges that the industry faces. “We have before us the great challenge of converting our traditional factories into digital, automated, competitive and sustainable factories. At Advanced Factories we will bring together business leaders from the sector, potential partners, investors and entrepreneurs so that they can share their innovative solutions, establish synergies and develop those projects applied to the smart and connected factory”, said Albert Planas, Advanced Factories director.

Any start-up, entrepreneur or technology center with innovative solutions in automation, connectivity, data analytics or industrial symbiosis, can submit their application to the Industry Startup Forum until next February 25th. Those selected will have the opportunity to pitch and present their project at Advanced Factories on March 30. In the last edition, startups such as Prenomics, Hedyla and Zerintia Technologies were proclaimed winners from more than 137 participants.

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