Other presentations at LIGNA included the official announcement of the “P&W, Plug & Work” project, which is based on “OPC UA” (Open Platform Communication Unified Architecture) standards and stems from collaboration with Eumabois and VDMA. The project is backed by the OPC Foundation as it aims to establish a standard semantic architecture for the wood sector.
In order to strengthen the perfect synchrony of man and machine, Biesse launched a new institutional campaign at Ligna Ready, it’s tomorrow, whose goal is to accompany customers in a search where a language, known as ALPHABYTE, is the absolute star and the symbol of the perfect harmony of technology and ingenuity.
Three evenings were dedicated to celebrating the company's 50th anniversary with customers and featured the performance of The Hidden Sound. Biesse highlighted the relationship between man and technology, bringing out the hidden side of machines. The study, developed in collaboration with Umanesimo Artificiale and NeuNau, enhanced the internal sound of machines, which is not audible to the human ear, by means of an absolutely unique symphonic composition.
The next chance to learn about automated solutions by Biesse will be the AWFS in Las Vegas, from 17 to 20 July 2019.