EIT DIGITAL – Hall: 13 – Stand: A58
With digital manufacturing and enabling technologies being at the core of this year’s edition of BI-MU, no player is better fit for participating than EIT Digital, the leading organization tasked with driving the digital transformation in Europe.
EIT Digital will showcase a wide range of solutions for industrial performance and energy consumption monitoring, data communication, analysis and processing and 3D printing, developed by six highly innovative scaleups belonging to the EIT Digital Accelerator.
Italian scaleup Creactives uses a unique combination of “deep learning” and knowledge engineering, to make sense of unstructured supply-chain data. French company Metron, through machine learning algorithms and dedicated knowledge bases, allows companies to predict and proactively reduce energy consumption and also enables more advanced optimisation strategies.
German scaleup Trinkle3d’s 3D printing service enables the customer-specific adaptation of any product, streamlining the design process and eliminating the need for CAD know-how.
Other three accelerated companies coming from France will bring their top-level expertise to the fair. CopSonic enables highly-secured communication and interaction between devices through a unique system of ultrasound waves. Data transfers are achieved through a device’s existing microphones and speakers, therefore making the technology hardware agnostic.
A low-cost and easy to set up solution for connecting industrial facilities and monitoring machines’ performance is provided by TeepTrack by using the latest technologies (Android-based tablet, sensors, Bluetooth), to make performance information available in real time.
Indexima allows users to drill the entire set of Big Data coming from connected machine and sensors with instant dashboard display, searching tens of billions of rows in just a few milliseconds.
EIT Digital’s array of cutting-edge solutions will be visible at booth A58 in Pavilion 13. Come visit us!
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