SPS Automation Middle East will gather experts from the design, manufacturing and construction sectors to highlight showcase the latest in automation technology for these fields.
The show will run at the Dubai World Trade Centre from 3rd to 4th September 2019.
The event will see participants unveil automation, IoT and artificial intelligence (AI) technologies which could dictate the global relevance and competitiveness of the region which has manufacturing high on its economic diversification agenda.
“Visitors will get the keenest of insights into the region’s design houses, factories and construction sites of the future,” explained Andreas Rex, Show Director of SPS Automation Middle East, which is organised by Messe Frankfurt Middle East.
“No aspect of the sectors will remain untouched – everything from initial planning, to purchasing, quality control, logistics delivery, manufacturing, design and build will be impacted. This will extend across Aerospace, Food Processing, Pharmaceuticals, Energy & Utilities, Building Automation, Oil & Gas, and FMCG industries.
SPS Automation Middle East covers 14 product groups so visitors can speedily reach their areas of interest. The groups cover drive systems and components; mechanical infrastructure; sensor technology; control technology; IPCs; software & IT in manufacturing; interface technology and power supplies; low voltage switching devices; human-machine interface devices; industrial communication; building automation; future factory system integrators as well as training and consulting.
The show’s profile includes some of the world’s biggest digital and automation names from the USA, Europe, the Middle East and Sub-continent. “These are the guys in the vanguard of making Manufacturing 4.0 a reality,” explained Rex.
Italian industrial automation software provider PROGEA plans to use the show for the release of its SCADA Movicon.NExT, an enterprise-wide information software with ground-breaking features such as Augmented Reality through wearable devices. Spokesperson Sergio Somaschini, the Export Manager of PROGEA said the Middle East is ready for manufacturing advancement with huge business potential ensuing.
“Over the past few years we have noticed that Industry 4.0 concepts are evolving in the Middle East and industries are acquiring them. We hope to meet new business opportunities and potential partners such as OEM, System Integrators and infrastructure manufacturers with whom we would like to establish commercial relationships,” he said.
Germany’s SICK Sensor Intelligence says they will live demo 2D & 3D vision, safety scanner and LiDAR sensors at the show. The Market Product Manager Vikrant Kulkarni said the sensor technology will form the cornerstone of the region’s Manufacturing 4.0 progress.
“Simply put, without sensor technology, there would be no Industry 4.0. In contrast to conventional, non-networked sensors, Industry 4.0 sensors deliver more than just measurement data. Their integrated decentralised computing power and flexible programmability are important characteristics for making production more flexible, dynamic, and efficient,” he said.
SPS Automation Middle East will also feature one of the most expansive knowledge forums seen at a regional trade show. The SPS Automation Middle East Conference will include 28 sessions and more than 30 expert speakers who will provide over 20 hours of intense learning.