2nd in a Series - GPAD Recap - IGE and Turomas

2nd in a Series - GPAD Recap - IGE and Turomas
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Part 2 of 4 from the recent Glass Processing and Automation Days (GPAD) conference held in San Antonio, Texas.

At the end of March the annual Glass Processing and Automation Days (GPAD) event was held and several machinery manufacturers were able to present their products to an audience featuring some of the best glass fabrication operations in the world. In part 2 of this on-going series we’ll share some quick clips of presentations from GPAD with Martin Bracamonte from IGE Glass Technologies talking about the high performance cutting systems from Turomas.

The abstract for this presentation was:

Machinery Data at Disposal for Real-Time Needs, Profitable, & Customized Production

TUROMAS' presentation will analyze how Industry 4.0—conceived as a new way of interpreting the functioning of the industry using data exploitation provided by the machines themselves—can be applied to the glass industry. TUROMAS will address the different technologies with which it is working currently: Smart storage, 4TOOL, and TUROMAS Software, which, when combined, give shape to an integral solution for the interpretation and management of data. TUROMAS’ main goal is to achieve a constant adaptation to the manufacturing needs in real-time and a more profitable, customized production according to the needs of each customer.

For more information please visit www.igesolutions.com/turomas

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