The Open Industry 4.0 Alliance will be showcasing current cooperation projects from the field of Industry 4.0 in Hall 5/160
Reinach, Switzerland / SPS Nuremberg, October 21, 2021 – The Open Industry 4.0 Alliance, founded at Hannover Messe in 2019, will present current cooperation projects from the field of Industry 4.0 at SPS in Nuremberg, the largest international trade fair for electrical automation technology, from November 23-25, 2021 under the motto "Connect to the Open Industry 4.0 Alliance." The trade fair audience will learn in Hall 5/160 how companies can benefit from the Open Industry 4.0 Alliance and how digitization projects are successfully implemented.
"The Alliance continues to enjoy very strong growth. Last year, we grew from 43 to around 90 members, including well-known companies such as Microsoft and Siemens," says Nils Herzberg, Spokesman of the Executive Board Open Industry 4.0 Alliance and Global Head Strategic Partnerships for Digital Supply Chain and Industry 4.0 at SAP. "The Corona pandemic has also put the focus on digitalization in industry. The Open Industry 4.0 Alliance is therefore exactly the right partner when it comes to smart connected production and support for digital transformation."
"We are also setting new records for collaborations among alliance members," explains Ekrem Yigitdoel, Managing Director of the Open Industry 4.0 Alliance. "We will present some exciting and collaboratively initiated digitization projects to the public for the first time at SPS 2021. In doing so, we also want to showcase our members' broad and innovative portfolio of offerings and their practical implementation to trade fair visitors in an exemplary manner."