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IDEKO, a benchmark in Connected Industry 4.0

IDEKO, a benchmark in Connected Industry 4.0
  • The General Manager of the research centre, Nerea Aranguren, sits on the jury of the National Connected Industry 4.0 Awards, given by the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Tourism.
  • The awards ceremony is held today in Madrid , within the framework of the 4th Congress of Connected Industry 4.0.

IDEKO research centre has a firm commitment to innovation and technology transfer to the industry, and as such it is a benchmark in the implementation of digital solutions and artificial intelligence in the production fabric.

In this context, the entity, a member of the Basque Research and Technology Alliance (BRTA), is actively participating in the third edition of the National Connected Industry 4.0 Awards, given by the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Tourism to organisations and companies that have left a mark in digital transformation.

Specifically, the General Manager of IDEKO, Nerea Aranguren, sits on the jury for the awards, presented today, October 13, as part of the 4th Connected Industry 4.0 Congress, an event being held at the La Nave innovation space in Madrid.

"IDEKO's participation in these awards is part of our commitment to the digitalisation of the industry, an area in which we are a benchmark company. Our collaboration is in line with our commitment to innovation and the transfer of digital technologies and solutions to the industrial fabric, in order to improve the production capacities and competitiveness of companies. For IDEKO, it is key to contribute to initiatives that support digitalisation of the industry", assures Aranguren.

These awards aim to increase the awareness of the Spanish industrial fabric regarding digital transformation and are an excellent way for the identification, dissemination and recognition of successful Industry 4.0 projects.

In addition to hosting the awards ceremony, the 4th Connected Industry 4.0 Congress, which runs until tomorrow, will serve to discuss the leading role that industry has gained in the economic recovery, the state of the art of industrial companies and the latest developments in the aid and funding programmes of the National Connected Industry 4.0 Strategy, deployed by the General Secretariat for Industry and SMEs.

Under the slogan "Revitalising digitisation in the post-covid industry", this year’s guest country of the event is France. Also, there is a large corporate and institutional delegation led by the Spanish Minister of Industry, Trade and Tourism, Reyes Maroto, and the Secretary General for Industry and SMEs, Raül Blanco.

The event aims to provide first-hand knowledge of the success stories of several companies. The latter will also participate in the round tables dealing with entrepreneurship, project financing and industrial digitalisation programmes.

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