MTA Vietnam 2019 catches up with worldwide industrial innovation

July 02, 2019 | 23:38
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The Vietnamese mechanical industry has the potential to catch up with the sustainable development of the worldwide industry in the Fourth Industrial Revolution. A close partner to this industry throughout the years, MTA Vietnam 2019 will help catch up with global industrial innovation.
mta vietnam 2019 catches up with worldwide industrial innovation
MTA Vietnam 2019 is taking place at SECC from July 2 to 5

While the world is progressing to the Fourth Industrial Revolution, the Vietnamese manufacturing industry is still at the nascent stages, constrained by the lack of new technologies, information, skill, and infrastructure. In Industry 4.0, enterprises should know how to take advantage of opportunities to keep up with the sustainable development of the global industry.

Besides, mechanical enterprises should actively upgrade their technologies and collaborate with partners to maximise the efficiency of their operations. With strong supporting policies from the government and associations, the new industrial era would be far easier to reach.

MTA Vietnam returns for its 17th edition as the premier precision engineering, machine tools, and metalworking exhibition in Vietnam, meeting the innovative demand set by global trends. The event showcases a number of industrial products for precision engineering, machine tools, and metalworking industry provided by different suppliers from around the world.

This year’s event attracted more than 514 exhibitors from 22 nations and regions with popular labels such as Amada, Bystronic, Cybertech, Dine Vina, Hypertherm, Trumpf, and Yamada, among others.

MTA Vietnam 2019 welcomed 14 international group pavilions from countries with strong technological foundations such as the United Kingdom, Taiwan, Germany, Korea, Japan, Singapore, and Thailand. The Taiwanese pavilion has the biggest exhibition area with over 60 exhibitors in attendance.

Within the framework of the expo, technical seminars and conferences have attracted plenty of visitors. A highlight seminar titled “New trends of metal forming technology” features top-notch speakers and experts in the field has drawn great interest, while another seminar conducted by Multi Engineering Solution Laboratory shares the interesting points of the product design and development process via new technology.

In addition, MTA Vietnam also opened a new booth with the aim to introduce exhibitors' products reaching Industry 4.0 standards. The booth presents “Nine Pillars of Technological Advancement that forms the basis of Industry 4.0” including big data and analytics, autonomous robots, simulation, horizontal and vertical system integration, the Industrial Internet of Things, cybersecurity, the cloud, additive manufacturing, and augmented reality.

By Thanh Van

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