All past events where 32.BI-MU was promoted …
Focus Automotive: the evolution of the car, between road and racing
Venue: Dallara Factory, Varano Melegari (PR)
By: 32.BI-MU and UCIMU-SISTEMI PER PRODURRE
Thursday 20 February 2020, at the Dallara headquarters, Giampaolo Dallara, the company’s founder, spoke about “The evolution of the car”, at the event organised by 32.BI-MU with the aim of investigating how digitalization is transforming the Automotive sector both in terms of company production and in terms of products and services that revolve around the entire industrial chain. The event included a visit to the Dallara Academy and the Dallara Factory. During the event there was an information desk of 32.BI-MU where the sales team illustrated, in detail, news and contents related to the event.
PiùAdditive. Design, implement and test for the additive
Venue: Unione Industriali Napoli, Napoli
By: AITA-ASSOCIAZIONE ITALIANA TECNOLOGIE ADDITIVE (Italian Association of Additive Technologies), FONDAZIONE UCIMU and 32.BI-MU
The Unione Industriali Napoli (Naples Industrialists Union) hosted the conference “PiuAdditive. Design, implement and test for the additive “, organised by AITA-ASSOCIAZIONE ITALIANA TECNOLOGIE ADDITIVE (Italian Association of Additive Technologies) in collaboration with the Campania Digital Innovation Hub and sponsored by FONDAZIONE UCIMU and 32.BI-MU. The initiative was given a more dynamic cut, coming out of the logic of the “pure conference” to get closer to that of networking, with short practical business cases and a “B2B coffee”. During the event there was an information desk of 32.BI-MU where the sales team illustrated, in detail, news and contents related to the event.
The future of industrial communication from Time Sensitive Networking to 5G
Venue: UCIMU-SISTEMI PER PRODURRE, Cinisello Balsamo (MI)
By: ANIPLA, l’Associazione Nazionale Italiana per L’Automazione
The main topics of the day were the evolution of the TSN (Time Sensitive Networking) and 5G infrastructure networks. The morning was dedicated to physical networks. Peter Lutz, director of the OPC UA FLC initiative of the OPC Foundation, spoke about the subject at the work of Federico Tramarin, a researcher at the University of Padua. Following the representatives of the main consortia that support the most widespread industrial protocols (CLPA, Ethernet Powerlink Standardization Group and Profibus Profinet Italia) have explained in which direction their development developments are moving. He closed the morning with a round table with experts from Analog Devices, B&R Industrial Automation, Mitsubishi Electric, Qualcomm, Rexroth and Siemens. In the afternoon we talk about 5G with interventions by the Department of Electrotechnics, Information and Bioengineering of the Politecnico di Milano, Qualcomm and Vodafone. The news of the Milan Polytechnic, ABB, Vodafone, Tim and Comau have been illustrated the first experimental applications in the industrial field. During the event there was an information desk of 32.BI-MU where the sales team illustrated, in detail, news and contents related to the event.
Connected Manufacturing Forum
Venue: Grand Visconti Palace, Milano, Italy
By: Business International
The new generation of robots, the interaction between them, people, the use of simulation systems in production processes, the integration of data, the cloud in production processes, 3D printing and additive manufacturing, the reality systems increased technologies are able to generate value for Italian SMEs. Experts, representatives of institutions, companies belonging to a wide spectrum of manufacturing sectors, have been compared during the day of work sponsored by 32.BI-MU.