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Industrial Shields to participate in the next edition of Advanced Factories

PLCs and Touch Screens for industrial automation are some of the technology company’s solutions to be shown from March 3rd to 5th at stand E523 of the International Convention Center of Barcelona (CCIB)

Being for the first time in the Advanced Factories exhibition, Industrial Shields will present to the public its range of current products -Open Motes, PLCsTouch Screens, based on open source hardware such as industrial Arduino and Raspberry Pi- and also some new developments.

This annual fair is the meeting point for the most innovative companies from Industrial Automation, Robotics, Machine Tool and Digital Manufacturing sectors. At this event, visitors will be able to learn more about the main innovations in automation equipment, software and solutions of Industry 4.0, together with the technologies that allow to boost industrial competitiveness thanks to new business models, new production processes and implementation of Industry 4.0.

About Industrial Shields

Industrial Shields -based in Barcelona and founded in October 2012- is the trademark of Boot and Work Corp S.L. Currently, it is present in over ninety countries worldwide and has a fully expanding distribution network. Industrial Shields designs, produces and sells industrial automation products (Programmable Logic Controllers, touch screens and OpenMotes) based on Open Source hardware such as Arduino or Raspberry Pi.

It is a fast growing company that wants to become the largest manufacturer of equipment for industrial use based on Open Source technology. Through the use of its manufactured solutions, Industrial Shields aims to facilitate customers the reach of a high level of competitiveness and technological innovation and it is already a benchmark in its sector.

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