MECSPE 2020 CONNECT

On December 3 the meeting: “Robotica e Macchine Intelligenti: il ruolo dei Competence Center“.

I-RIM organizes at MECSPE CONNECT the Workshop “Robotics and Intelligent Machines: the role of Competence Centers”.
With this event, the Institute presents itself to the corporate public of the MECSPE fair, proposing itself as a national interlocutor on research and technology transfer in robotics and intelligent machines.
I-RIM also offers Industry 4.0 Competence Centers the opportunity to discuss the progress of their respective projects, the services offered to companies and the relevance of robotics and intelligent machines in the manufacturing industry.

Program

Thursday 3 December 2020 09: 45-11: 15

Introduction
Paolo Rocco (member of the CD of I-RIM)

Panel discussion
Moderates:
Alessandro Garnero, New Techniques

Participants:
Lorna Vatta, Executive Director – ARTES 4.0
Stefano Cattorini, General Manager – BI-REX
Enrico Pisino, Chief Executive Officer – CIM 4.0
Augusto De Castro, General Manager – MADE
Leopoldo Angrisani, Coordinator of the technical / scientific committee – Meditech
Matteo Faggin, General Manager – SMACT
Cristina Battaglia, Executive Manager – START4.0

To participate in the event, you must register on the MECSPE CONNECT platform:
https://www.mecspe.com/it/mecspe-connect-2020/

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