MAIN Industry (Dutch)

Dates: Mar 30 - 31, 2022
Location: Groningen, Nederland
Venue: MartiniPlaza (Leonard Springerlaan 2, 9627 KB)
Website: https://mainindustry.nl/

Yokogawa is represented with a booth at MAIN Industry in the Netherlands. During these two exhibition days, you will get a deeper insight into the latest trends in the field of Industry 4.0, technology and innovation, engineering and installation, materials, parts and tools, software, and energy management. An inspiring and informative meeting place where knowledge is exchanged, new contacts are made, and all sector-related developments and innovations can be shared.

Why should you attend?
A lot of attention will be paid in exchanging and gaining knowledge. There will be special rooms where various topics will be discussed. Take a look at the knowledge program on the MAIN Industry website.
Visit our booth and discover the factory of the future! How do you stay ahead in a world where new technologies emerge every day? And how do you know which technology will make the difference for you? What are other organisations doing in the same sector and what are the next steps for you to become a real 'Smart Factory'? Our specialists are ready to answer these questions for you.

- Preventive maintenance with smart sensors
Smart Industry is about the integration of OT, IT and advanced technologies in the industrial production chain. Smart Factory, Smart Home and Smart Sensors: smart devices are on the rise. But what are smart sensors and what makes them so 'smart'? What advantages can your company gain from smart sensors? Meet the Sushi Sensor at our booth and discover how you can use these sensors to achieve preventive maintenance.

- The role of Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT)
IoT is making our manufacturing industry more efficient - better working conditions, better processes, better products and ultimately more efficient operations. Discover JOIN - the open IIoT platform that offers a total solution of consultancy, cloud, network and sensors.

- Safety & Security
Many large companies in the manufacturing industry are targeted hundreds of thousands of times by cybercriminals. Organisations are often not aware of how vulnerable they are when it comes to cyber security. This vulnerability is increasing, because more and more systems are connected to each other and more data is used in the cloud. Digitalisation is becoming more important and this brings many advantages, but by connecting multiple systems, the door is open for malicious parties who want to disrupt processes. Discover our plant security solutions.

For whom?
Anyone active in the manufacturing industry.

Opening hours
Wednesday, 30 March 2022 from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Thursday 31 March 2022 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Registration
Book your free entrance ticket here and use the code main-rc-yokog-2020

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