The International Fair of Techniques and Technical achievements focuses on digitalization
The 63rd International Fair of Technique and Technical Achievements (UFI) will be held in Belgrade, Serbia on May 21-24, 2019. The prominent exhibition, organized by the Belgrade fair, will once again demonstrate the newest products, technologies and services in the fields of industrial automation, power and energy infrastructure.
The large-scale event, established in 1937, has a long-term tradition in providing a meeting and business contact platform for exhibitors, visitors and professionals from all industrial sectors. This year a special emphasis will be put on the topic of digitalization and the way it changes industry.
“The International Fair of Techniques and Technical achievements is the right place for the promotion of the Fourth Industrial Revolution – Industry 4.0. It is about digitalization that has given rise to revolutionary changes in company’s development and the way of doing business, increasing productivity and improving competitiveness. This concept points to new opportunities and challenges, focuses on recognizing new impacts and the consequences of accelerated technical-technological events”, organizers explained.
Together with focusing on innovations and new technologies for the “factories of the future”, the trade fair will present novelties in: Electrical Engineering; Computer Integrated Factory; Electronics; Lighting; Measuring equipment and instruments; Process management; Ventilation and air conditioning devices and equipment; Welding, etc.
Among the exhibitors will be around 850 domestic and foreign companies including key global promoters of technological and technical achievements trends. The organizers expect near 26 000 visitors to participate in the event.
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