Ligna Preview: Biesse leads the Industrial Revolution 4.0
Smart machines, more complex but easy to use. This is the concept emphasized by Jurgen Jasperneite, director of Frunhofer Application Center, explained during Ligna Preview 2015, the traditional meeting between exhibitors and international trade press held last January 29 in Hanover.
A concept centered on the fourth industrial revolution, "a revolution that aims to bring together the high output numbers seen in the assembly chain with the tailor-made value of artisan production" said Raphael Prati, the Director of Marketing and Communications for Biesse Group, meeting more than 60 German and international journalists (from 25 countries such as Australia, Brazil, Canada, the Netherlands, Norway, Austria, Poland, Russia, Sweden, Switzerland and many more). Now machines communicate amongst themselves via automation systems and dialogue software and they are able to make "digital factories 4.0": Biesse is at the service of this revolution, right away.
In over 3700 square meters of exhibition area (+ 59% compared to Ligna 2013), Biesse will consolidate its presence to the important German trade fair scheduled from next 11st to 15th May: automation will be the undisputed core concept of the show. Large integrated systems, 30 machines for working panels and solid and new software modules able to simplify the management of even the most complex and advanced technological solutions are the Biesse answer to the growing need - of both large industries and also small and medium-sized woodworking companies - to multiply performance and increase competitiveness, allowing ptofuction of customized goods and improving the production process.