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A job for ROBOCHOP

Four interactive robot installations provide internet users with direct access to industrial production facilities during CeBIT 2015.

15 Feb. 2015

Industry 4.0 is all about how the ever-present force of digitalization is bringing traditionally disparate parts of the economy closer and closer together. Up till now, Industry 4.0 has been more at home at HANNOVER MESSE, but there are many exhibitors this year who have recognized that CeBIT is also an excellent opportunity to showcase innovations and establish themselves on the market. One of these forward-thinking companies is the GFT Group from Stuttgart.

For 2015, the Group’s CODE_n global innovation platform for digital pioneers and leading companies – originally launched in 2011 – is training the spotlight on the Internet of Things. The major CODE_n15 highlight in Hall 16 at this year’s CeBIT is provided by four spectacular industrial robots, which internet users all over the world can access at and use to design small items of furniture via a 3D web app. These are then produced by the robots during the fair and shipped to the users.

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