SPS Italia | May 28-30 2024 @ Fiere di Parma. Upgrade your ticket with coffee & parking offered by Flexcon

Flexcon is participating as an exhibitor SPS Italia, May 28-30, 2024 at Fiere di Parma.

If you find yourself in the area, please drop by and visit us at our Booth B024 – Hall 7, to explore our advanced solutions in digitization and process simulation.

You can download a free entrance ticket by opening the fair app from the QR code below, or at this web address: https://www.spsitalia.it/en/visit-spsitalia.
Once the ticket is created, by entering our code “BFEGQH“, you will get the upgrade with free parking & espresso coffee.

We look forward to seeing you in Parma!


Flexcon to participate at SPS Parma 2024

What is SPS Italia?

SPS Italia serves as a critical platform for the industrial automation sector, drawing over 800 exhibitors to engage in an extensive program featuring discussions, conferences, and showcases. The event is a vital opportunity for professionals to delve into the latest trends and digital transformations shaping manufacturing.

The 2024 edition promises to captivate attendees with its enriched agenda, including high-profile institutional panel discussions and the introduction of the innovative District 4.0. This new exhibition area will highlight cutting-edge advancements in Industrial IT & AI, Robotics & Mechatronics, Additive Manufacturing, and Sustainable Innovation.

As part of our commitment to advancing industrial automation and digitization, Flexcon is excited to join SPS Italia 2024. This participation allows us to showcase our latest developments and engage with other industry leaders to explore new trends and sustainable technologies. We look forward to sharing our solutions and learning from the collective expertise at the event.


About Flexcon: Flexcon stands at the forefront of industrial automation and digitization, providing forward-thinking and sustainable solutions that propel industry standards. Committed to quality, reliability, and continuous innovation, Flexcon meets the diverse needs of its clients and spearheads progress in the field.

For further information and updates on our participation, please contact:
Marketing Department: marketing@flexcon.it
Visit the official SPS Italia website: www.spsitalia.it



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Flexcon to showcase at SPS Italia 2024 in Parma, Italy.


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Flexcon is thrilled to announce its participation in the upcoming 12th edition of SPS Italia, set to take place from May 28 to 30, 2024. This premier event, organized by Frankfurt Messe Group, will be hosted in the familiar locale of Parma, Italy, spotlighting innovations in industrial automation and sustainability.

SPS Italia serves as a critical platform for the industrial automation sector, drawing over 800 exhibitors to engage in an extensive program featuring discussions, conferences, and showcases. The event is a vital opportunity for professionals to delve into the latest trends and digital transformations shaping manufacturing.

The 2024 edition promises to captivate attendees with its enriched agenda, including high-profile institutional panel discussions and the introduction of the innovative District 4.0. This new exhibition area will highlight cutting-edge advancements in Industrial IT & AI, Robotics & Mechatronics, Additive Manufacturing, and Sustainable Innovation.

Why is Flexcon getting ready to showcase again at SPS Italy 2024?

As part of our commitment to advancing industrial automation and digitization, Flexcon is excited to join SPS Italia 2024. This participation allows us to showcase our latest developments and engage with other industry leaders to explore new trends and sustainable technologies. We look forward to sharing our solutions and learning from the collective expertise at the event.

We invite you to visit us at Booth B024 in Pavilion 7, the heart of District 4.0, where we will demonstrate our pioneering solutions designed for the future of the industry. Join us to explore how Flexcon is driving innovation and meeting the evolving needs of our customers.

Don’t miss this chance to experience the future of industrial automation and digitization firsthand with Flexcon at SPS Italia 2024.

About Flexcon: Flexcon stands at the forefront of industrial automation and digitization, providing forward-thinking and sustainable solutions that propel industry standards. Committed to quality, reliability, and continuous innovation, Flexcon meets the diverse needs of its clients and spearheads progress in the field.

For further information and updates on our participation, please contact:
Marketing Department: marketing@flexcon.it
Visit the official SPS Italia website: www.spsitalia.it




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Leveraging 3D simulation in warehouse optimization and automation for sustainability and Industry 5.0



Moving from the Industry 4.0 to the Industry 5.0 revolution transcends manufacturing and logistics to a completely different pardigm: integration with new advanced digital technologies to become more effective, sustainable and, above all, human-centered systems.
This evolution sees 3D simulation as a pivotal tool in the sustainable evolution of warehouse automation, particularly in the context of Industry 5.0 warehouse operations. It helps reduce waste, lower expenses and smooth the digital transition so that both employers and employees can profit from it.

The role of 3D simulation in optimizing warehouse operations

3D simulation in warehouse settings primarily focuses on optimizing layouts, streamlining operations, and predicting system performance under various scenarios. By creating virtual models of warehouse setups, businesses can test different configurations to find the most efficient arrangement of equipment and storage solutions. This proactive approach minimizes the need for physical prototypes and trial-and-error testing, significantly cutting down on waste and associated costs.

Sustainability through strategic design and resource management

One of the greatest benefits of using 3D simulations is the visualization and optimal utilization of energy efficiency in warehouse operation. For example, simulations can be of use in optimizing the placement of solar panels on the building’s rooftop or even designing a natural ventilation system with minimum demands on artificial cooling. The 3D simulation further reduces energy and machinery wear by optimizing routing and loading for AGVs and robots, respectively, consequently offering equipment life.

Expanding on these applications, 3D simulations also offer several other advantages:

  1. Safety enhancements: By simulating different emergency scenarios, such as fires or equipment failures, simulations help in designing safer evacuation routes and safety measures, which in turn minimize potential risks to human operators.
  2. Workflow optimization: Detailed simulations allow managers to see how new workflows might interact with existing processes. This is particularly useful for integrating IoT devices and automated systems, ensuring they enhance productivity without disrupting ongoing operations.
  3. Inventory management: Simulations can predict how changes in inventory levels affect space utilization and accessibility. This foresight helps in maintaining optimal inventory levels, preventing both overstock and stockouts.

Each of these applications of 3D simulation plays a crucial role in making warehouses more efficient, adaptable, and aligned with the sustainability goals of modern industry.

The strategic value of 3D simulation in automated warehouse forecasting

3D simulation offers a powerful means to predict the behaviors, durability, sustainability, and operational performance of automated warehouses. This technology enables businesses to foresee how automation systems will perform over their lifecycles, identifying potential challenges and optimization opportunities before physical implementation. Durability forecasts help choose robust materials and constructions that last longer and perform better. In terms of sustainability, simulations can evaluate the environmental impact of various configurations, optimizing energy use and reducing carbon footprints.

Performance analysis is particularly crucial as it determines the most efficient ways to move goods, ensuring operations are not only fast but also sustainable. Through such predictive capabilities, businesses can maintain competitive operations and adapt seamlessly to future technological advancements in warehouse management.





Enhanced decision-making and predictive maintenance

The predictive capabilities of 3D simulations enable the warehouse operators to foresee and avoid possible disruptions before they occur. With such foresight, downtime and maintenance costs are significantly reduced, and hence, not only a cut in expenses but an associated reduction in environmental impact from repairs and replacements. Predictive maintenance ensures that equipment always works at its peak efficiency and hence saves excess power consumption of the resources.

Supporting employee well-being in Industry 5.0

With Industry 5.0, the focus shifts towards a more balanced collaboration between humans and machines, aiming to enhance rather than replace human labor. A significant contribution of 3D simulation is through safe and ergonomic work environment design. This technology helps in modeling human interaction with the machine to ensure that the automatons support the human worker without causing unnecessary psychological or physical stress. Employees who feel valued and know their work is meaningful are more productive and engaged, guaranteeing a better workplace culture that initiates change and innovation.

Incorporating 3D simulation into warehouse management not only resonates with the principles of Industry 5.0 but also fosters sustainability through low waste and high efficiency. As industrial evolution continues, such technologies will be key in transitioning towards smarter and more sustainable operations that do not only prioritize the progression of technologies but rather the human factor.








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Simulation: a key strategy for cost reduction and sustainability enhancement.


Cost Reduction Strategie Grazie alla simulazione di processo

In pursuing genuine sustainability, enterprises must recognize the imperative to achieve long-term profitability, rather than mere surface compliance. Accordingly, it is essential to adopt, as part of best corporate practices, a consistent cost reduction and sustainability strategy along with other corporate initiatives. These may include optimizing resource use, implementing environmentally and economically sustainable processes, and adopting waste and energy reduction policies. Only by integrating these practices can we effectively track expenses and make the best use of corporate assets.

With a view to real sustainability (and not just on paper), it is increasingly important for enterprises to identify themselves as long-term sustainable entities.

Amid global market fluctuations, cost volatility has a direct impact on corporate expenses. In such a complex industrial scenario (especially in manufacturing and logistics), success depends on minimizing waste and maximizing profitability. The digital transition is key to mitigating these challenges by integrating smart manufacturing solutions, complicit with incentives for the development of smart factories, influenced by the principles of Industry 4.0 and Industry 5.0.

In all these cases, technology steps in to find possible solutions and improving operational efficiency.

Therefore, to truly lighten their footprint on the environment and society, as well as their own profits, companies must adopt practices that prioritize sustainability. However, it is clear that many European companies have yet to appreciate how technology can facilitate this effort.

Digitizing business practices and minimizing the related physical activities inherently leads to cost savings and progress toward sustainability.

Regarding our case, the Flexcon business case, within decades of working experience, process simulation has proven to be an iconic example of this phenomenon.

Simulation emerges as a powerful tool in the quest for sustainability and cost reduction. By accurately modeling various scenarios, companies can identify inefficiencies and optimize resource utilization without the need for time-consuming physical experimentation, as was the case in the past.



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Cost reduction through simulation la simulazione per la riduzione dei costi con dati


Digitization and key cost reduction strategies: the spotlight on virtual simulation

According to the 2023 Technology Leadership Deloitte study, companies should intensify the use of digital technologies to implement virtuous practices in all business processes.
Partly due to implementations with AI and state-of-the-art technologies, simulation comes to the rescue in many areas, with different goals and operational tactics.
For example, to achieve greater supply chain visibility, improve productivity, monitor and optimize energy costs (including in the context of new Industry 5.0 directives), and strengthen connectivity with stakeholders and consumers.


The following are a few examples.

Supply chain optimization

  • Material flow simulation: Simulation allows the flow of materials throughout the supply chain to be modeled and analyzed in the perspective of a cost reduction strategy. This helps identify potential delays, inefficiencies or trouble spots that could compromise the supply chain.
  • Production planning: Using advanced simulation models, companies can run predictive simulations based on future demand. This allows them to optimize production and supply planning, avoiding situations of overproduction or inventory shortages.
  • Stock management: Logistic simulation enables “what-if” scenarios to be run to determine the optimal stock level. This helps minimize excess inventory while reducing associated costs.


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Enhancement of productivity

  • Production line simulation: by modeling the entire production line, inefficiencies, downtime and bottlenecks can be identified. This allows targeted improvements to be made to optimize workflow, reaching kpi and thus increasing overall productivity.
  • Production planning: simulation allows different production planning strategies to be tested. This includes evaluating optimal shifts, resource allocation and priority management, helping to maximize operational efficiency.

Reducing the impact of energy costs

  • Process optimization: through virtual simulation, the company is able to detect the inefficiencies within the production process. Consequently, it can develop strategies to reduce energy consumption, which helps to contain the impact of energy costs on production and in operations in general.
  • Risk and opportunity Management: companies can use virtual simulation to assess the real-world impacts of energy price fluctuations. They can also develop action plans to both mitigate risks and to capitalize on opportunities in the global energy market.
  • Additional modules to simulate power consumption: in addition to basic functionality, simulation software offers additional modules (add-ons) specifically designed to simulate and optimize energy consumption, enabling companies to further improve energy management and reduce energy-related costs.

Strengthening Connectivity

  • Digital connectivity simulation: simulation models enable the assessment of the impact of technology solutions such as the Internet of Things (IoT) and cloud connectivity on supply chain and operations. This encourages greater interaction between devices and systems.
  • Virtual collaboration: simulation can facilitate collaboration with suppliers, partners and other stakeholders. For instance, by providing hands-on visualization of processes, which facilitates meaningful understanding by all stakeholders. In a participatory session, parties can examine the flow of activities together and discuss specific details with more clarity than a purely speculative description. Simulation also facilitates standardized benchmark conditions, ensuring that all involved parties encounter the same variables and circumstances. This eliminates possible bias in the results and provides a fair basis for comparison.

Reduced footprint

  • Reduction of those costs that are a result of space utilization: reducing the space occupied by facilities can lead to a reduction in costs associated with renting or purchasing land, as well as a reduction in operating costs associated with the management and maintenance of the facilities.
  • Impact on process speed: efficiencies resulting from more compact layouts can lead to higher productivity and reduced production costs. Therefore, integrating footprint reduction as part of a cost reduction strategy can contribute significantly to overall business efficiency improvement.


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Cost reduction obtained by shortening distances in logstics management


In pursuit of cost reduction, it is critical to adopt advanced practices. This will not only enable more efficient operations, but also spur innovation and growth. Among the many best practices available, process simulation emerges as a key enabler for thoroughly understanding each stage of production. This is just the first step toward smarter, quality-driven cost management.


Errors to avoid

People often misunderstand the concept of “cost reduction. It is crucial to be aware of the obstacles that could undermine our efforts. Cost reduction is not synonymous with making indiscriminate cuts, which can instead lead to compromises on quality and efficiency in the long run.

The true essence of cost reduction lies in optimization, not sacrifice. It involves a thorough analysis of business processes. The aim being to identify inefficiencies and waste to improve overall efficiency without compromising quality. A cost reduction strategy, if properly undertaken, becomes a means to achieve smarter resource management. In addition it promotes the long-term sustainability of the company.

We briefly present here an overview of the most common mistakes to avoid. The path to real efficiency must be as smooth as possible.

  1. Linear cuts: making indiscriminate cuts without careful analysis can damage product quality and reduce customer satisfaction. Budget reductions should be strategic, focused on non-vital areas, and supported by a detailed assessment of the impact on critical processes.
  2. Ignoring emerging technologies: resisting the adoption of innovative technologies can lead to a competitive gap. Investing in advanced solutions, such as automation and IoT, not only improves operational efficiency but can generate long-term returns, ensuring competitiveness in the changing industrial landscape.
  3. Underestimating employee engagement: Ignoring the importance of employee engagement can generate a negative work climate. Active staff involvement is essential to implement effective changes, improve productivity and promote a positive work environment.
  4. Failure to analyze risks: Ignoring risk assessment can result in unforeseen costs. Careful planning, including an analysis of potential risks, prevents future problems. It also ensures that we make decisions as a result of accurate up-to-date data.
  5. Failure to update knowledge and technologies: Ignoring the importance of keeping knowledge and technologies up-to-date can have significant consequences. We live in an ever-changing international landscape. Gas and energy costs are rising, and knowing available alternatives is essential. Maintaining a constant focus on calls and opportunities to acquire tax credits or other forms of credit is critical. In addition, knowledge and integration of simulation as a business technology asset can optimize processes and reduce costs efficiently.

Process simulation is a familiar practice for many, a game-changer for everyone in the manufacturing community.

In pursuit of an effective cost reduction strategy, the integration of process simulation is a key requirement. However, it is pivotal to avoid mistakes and adopt a strategic approach to ensure success in achieving cost reduction goals.



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The remarkable future of industrial automation: introducing virtual commissioning.



Commissioning is an enduring methodology that can be based entirely on the use of simulation to test and optimize manufacturing systems prior to their physical construction.
Some insights into a key catalyst for advancing digital transformation in the context of manufacturing and industrial processes.


The notion of virtual commissioning

Virtual commissioning represents a breakthrough in the approach to manufacturing. Its main mission is to simplify the setup process, reduce costs, improve efficiency and enhance factory output through the use of advanced simulations. Not only does this methodology help meet Factory Acceptance Testing (FAT) deadlines in project plans, but it goes further by enabling “virtual FAT” in some cases.

Overcoming traditional challenges

Traditional set-up and start-up challenges, are often the cause of delays and additional costs in industrial projects. They are addressed by modern manufacturing simulations. The historical failure to test control software until the hardware is physically completed is overcome, radically changing the sequence of project implementation.



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The future of manufacturing is virtual commissioning. With tools like FlexSim and the help of Flexcon‘s development and modeling team, companies can simulate and optimize industrial processes before they are even physically implemented, ensuring efficiency, reducing costs and accelerating time-to-market.


Software and commissioning: the heart of the process

With the advent of the programmable logic controller (PLC), software has risen to the driver’s seat in the field of automated machinery and equipment. However, until a few years ago, tests could only be performed on physical machines, inevitably delaying the commissioning process.

Virtual commissioning reorders this sequence, reducing the impact of commissioning on the critical path of the project. Creating a static representation of the machine using 3D CAD data, adding kinematics and a control system, was the first step towards virtual testing of the control software.

Most recently, with the advent of the fourth industrial revolution (Industry 4.0), it became possible to create “smart” manufacturing systems that can alert their status, react to trends and optimize performance with very little human intervention.

The complexity of systems introduced by Industry 4.0 has required new processes to facilitate their implementation and oversee their operation. Two of these processes are digital twin and virtual commissioning.

Digital twin is based on the virtual reconstruction of a physical system. A computer model enables the exchange of data between the virtual and real systems. Digital twins can replicate single machines, cells and production lines or even entire factories.

Virtual commissioning is aimed at simulating the control logic and signals that eventually enable an automation system to run, so as to replicate its operation and complete its controls. In fact it is considered a key element in staying ahead of competitors and maximizing return on investment.

The pressure to rapidly implement new Industry 4.0 technologies also makes this methodology an indispensable strategic tool.

The captivating benefits of virtual commissioning

The benefits of virtual commissioning are numerous and highly visible. Early detection of problems, reduced project execution time, significant financial savings, and increased design flexibility are just some of the positive impacts.



Flexcon ha guidato aziende di diversi settori nell'implementare con successo il virtual commissioning utilizzando ad esempio Visual Components. Attraverso casi studio dettagliati, è emerso chiaramente come questa metodologia possa testare processi di produzione complessi.
With its exceptional rendering and visualization capabilities, Visual Components enables businesses to simulate and optimize complex production processes with ease, enhancing efficiency and reducing costs before physical implementation.


In essence (a step-by-step walkthrough of the virtual commissioning process):

Virtual commissioning is revolutionizing the way manufacturing plants systems are tested and optimized before they go physically into service. Enterprises in every industry can maximize the benefits of this innovative practice with a collaborative operating model developed within the company or by integrating external parties and teams. Some crucial stages for best practices:

Clear understanding is the starting point. A well-informed and knowledgeable team avoids mistakes by ensuring that virtual commissioning provides useful and applicable real-world data.

Analysis and definition of goals and production system functionality should be ensured by gathering essential documentation and requirements. This phase lays the foundation for a virtual model that is true to reality.

Building the 3D model is the next step, which is initiated from CAD data. With tools such as Flexsim and Visual Components, an extremely accurate 3D model can be created. Integration of kinematic data will provide a detailed representation of the designed equipment.

Logics can then be integrated by connecting the PLC and robot controller to the digital model in order to test sequences and system behavior. The connectivity of our simulation software with different manufacturers ensures an cross-compatible approach.

Simulation and testing are the next step. The model should be subjected to diverse operational scenarios, testing performance under both normal and error conditions. This step ensures that the system will effectively handle unexpected events.

After commissioning, it is key to adopt an approach of continuous improvement. Virtual commissioning reduces the need for physical startup. After this stage, feedback can be gathered to further refine the control model and logic. This ensures that processes are dynamic and constantly evolving. This system enables continuous improvement and immediate responses to rapid changes imposed by the markets.





Combining mechanical design and software development for industrial system automation, even the most complex, is a sure path to innovation.

It enables the enhancement of the quality of services and products.

The benefits of virtual commissioning are accordingly numerous. In addition to the shortening of time and costs associated with commissioning, it enables detailed analysis of the system and testing of its effectiveness, while also providing after-sales or follow-up support with the ability to easily verify any changes over time. In addition, the user-friendly visualization promotes communication and collaboration among the various stakeholders involved in the project and the commissioning.

However, virtual commissioning can also be employed for commercial or marketing purposes. If a demonstration presentation of a plant’s operation is needed, virtual simulations can serve as a convenient preview. This provides a clear and engaging overview.

In addition, the creation of a realistic virtual environment for machine operators and maintenance personnel is possible. Thus, through simulations, employees can enjoy optimal and completely safe training, effectively preparing for their tasks. In addition, tools such as Visual Components can integrate virtual reality into the process, further enhancing the training experience.

Virtual commissioning: the future is now.

Virtual commissioning can arguably be considered a cornerstone practice of advanced automation. Anyone already exploring the Digital Twin can’t help but consider implementing virtual commissioning. Our advice is to use the tools offered by innovative tools such as Visual Components and Flexsim.

In an increasingly digitally driven business world, embracing this methodology means not just staying competitive but also leading the way to a more efficient and innovative future within industrial manufacturing.



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Workshop Recap: leveraging Digital Twins for business sustainability


SPS exhibition digital twin with process simulation software

On the last day of SPS in Parma, Italy, Flexcon organized a workshop on the topic of Digital Twin in business sustainability. The workshop was held by our experts Alessio Merlo and Luciano Cavallero.
The workshop provided valuable insights into the use of Digital Twin for sustainable industrial practices through the aid of process simulation.

As a renowned provider of simulation solutions for industrial automation and digitization, Flexcon proudly participated with its own booth as part of the District 4.0. The area specifically dedicated to innovation in industry.
In addition, on the last day of the fair it organized a workshop on the topic of “Digital Twin in business sustainability”.


The agenda was busy and intense, but full of engaging sessions aimed at unveiling the transformational potential of digital twins in promoting sustainable business growth. Here is a summary of its highlights:

3:00 PM Flexcon presents itself: To kick off the workshop, Flexcon showcased its range of innovative products and services, emphasizing its expertise in simulations, programming, and process optimization tailored to the evolving needs of modern industries.

3:10 PMUnlocking sustainability with Visual Components: Visual Components took the stage to illustrate how its advanced 3D simulation platform enables businesses to create dynamic Digital Twin, facilitating virtual commissioning and layout optimization to drive sustainability initiatives.

3:25 PM Sustainability pioneering with FlexSim: Flexcon presented FlexSim, a pioneer in simulation software, with its groundbreaking solutions for virtual commissioning and energy consumption analysis, demonstrating how Digital Twin mitigates risks and optimize resource utilization in industrial operations.

3:40 PMQ&A session: The workshop concluded with an interactive question and answer session, providing participants with the opportunity to delve into the nuances of Digital Twins and gain insights from industry experts and cases.



During this event, we explored how 3D simulation platforms can facilitate the creation of dynamic 3D digital models. Clear intuitive visualization are enriched with charts that explore all variables and what-if analyses, enabling companies to conduct virtual commissioning and optimize layouts to support sustainability initiatives.

Furthermore, we delved into the concept of process virtualization, highlighting how it can reduce resource consumption and accelerate the adoption of sustainable practices. Case studies of energy optimization and supply chain digitalization also demonstrted how these technologies can mitigate risks and optimize resource deployment in industrial operations.

A focal point was the discussion on the role of the digital twin in promoting a corporate culture geared toward responsibility, emphasizing on how the adoption of these technologies can lead to tangible benefits in terms of cost reduction and at the same time of positive environmental impact. In conclusion, the workshop highlighted the transformational potential of the digital twin in shaping the future of industry toward more sustainable and conscious practices.

Flexcon extends its gratitude to all prticipants, partners, and the Messe Frankfurt Group for their contribution in making this event a resounding success. Looking ahead, we continue to harness the power of technology to build a more sustainable and prosperous tomorrow.


See you next year @ SPS in Parma!


About Flexcon: Flexcon is a recognized leader in industrial automation and digitization. We provide innovative and sustainable solutions for the future of industry. Flexcon commits to meeting customer needs and driving progress in automation and digitization. With a focus on quality, reliability and innovation.

Press contacts: for more information contact our marketing department: marketing@flexcon.it

For more updates on the event, visit the official SPS Italy website: www.spsitalia.it






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Flexcon will attend the 11th Edition of the SPS Italy trade show: exploring industrial innovation and sustainability.



Parma, Italy – Flexcon, a leading provider of simulation for industrial automation and digitization, announces its participation. The next edition of SPS Italia, the automation and digital exhibition for smart and sustainable industry, is the venue.

Frankfurt Messe Group is the organizer of this prestigious event in Parma, Italy, May 23-25, 2023.

SPS Italia represents a key event for the industrial sector. In fact, more than 800 exhibitors have joined for a rich program of events and conferences. It’s a unique opportunity to explore enabling technologies for the factory of the future. We will discuss new trends and the digital transformation of the manufacturing sector.

In addition, the 11th edition of SPS Italy will be even more appealing, with a selection of leading institutional panel discussions. The brand new District 4.0 exhibition area will showcase the latest innovations. Focusing on Industrial IT & AI, Robotics & Mechatronics, Additive Manufacturing and Sustainable Innovation.

Flexcon is excited to participate in SPS Italia 2023 and be an active part of this important platform for industrial innovation. Finally, we are ready to present our cutting-edge solutions and share our experiences in the field of advanced automation and sustainability with attendees at the fair.

The Flexcon booth will be located in the heart of District 4.0, offering visitors the opportunity to discover our innovative and sustainable solutions for the future of industry. So, we warmly invite you to visit us at our booth B032 (Hall 7) and attend our demonstrations and presentations.

Don’t miss your chance to be part of this event and explore the future of industrial automation and digitization with Flexcon @ SPS Italia 2023.

About Flexcon: Flexcon is a recognized leader in industrial automation and digitization. We provide innovative and sustainable solutions for the future of industry. Flexcon commits to meeting customer needs and driving progress in automation and digitization. With a focus on quality, reliability and innovation.

Press contacts: for more information contact our marketing department: marketing@flexcon.it

For more updates on the event, visit the official SPS Italy website: www.spsitalia.it






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