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TIMTOS 2019, record-high exhibition scale highlighting smart manufacturing
 
Taipei International Machine Tool Show, known as TIMTOS will open its grand doors March 4-9, 2019. Among the world's largest machine tool trade shows, the show will cover four exhibition halls -- TWTC Hall 1 and Hall 3, Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center, Hall 1 and Hall 2.

With the new addition of the Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center, Hall 2 venue, which will officially open in March 2019, TIMTOS will become the world's 3rd largest machine tool trade show in 2019, housing a record total of 1,230 exhibitors from 26 countries across 7,000 booths.

TIMTOS is an important platform and springboard for companies to expand their businesses to the Asian and global markets. This year's major exhibitors will include DMG MORI, MAZAK, FANUC, Mitsubishi, Heidenhain, Siemens, Bosh, Schunk, Universal Robots and Haas Automation. The U.S., Denmark and Turkey will also hold national pavilions at the show for the first time, alongside Germany, Switzerland, and China.

TIMTOS 2019 will highlight 'Industry 4.0 & Smart Manufacturing' and 'AI Technology' by showcasing digitalized solutions that integrate machine tools, industrial robots, sensors, IoT, big data analysis, machine learning and AI technology to help manufacturers achieve 'human-machine collaboration' and make automated production lines more efficient and resilient.

The TIMTOS Summit will also return this year, where industry experts and top executives from firms such as AWS, SAP, DMG MORI, Optomec, Dassault, Heidenhain, Siemens and ABB will offer their insights on future trends in four topics --'Machine Intelligence and AIoT', 'Additive Manufacturing', 'Automotive Manufacturing Revolution' and 'Innovation in Aerospace Manufacturing'.

The Summit will undoubtedly inspire industry players. For more information about TIMTOS 2019, visit: www.timtos.com.tw

TIMTOS is jointly organized by Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA) and Taiwan Association of Machinery Industry (TAMI).

Source: Taitra
Rachel Shen (stj2377@taitra.org.tw)



 
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