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Comau Talks the Future of Automation at the "Opening & Graduation Ceremony" of the Polytechnic High School

​Turin, February 15, 2019 – Today, the new academic year of the Polytechnic High School (Alta Scuola Politecnica), launched in 2005 by the Polytechnics of Milan and Turin, was inaugurated in the Great Hall "G. Agnelli "of the Politecnico di Torino.  The school includes some of the most promising students of both universities.

Intervening with the authorities of the two Polytechnics, Mauro Fenzi, CEO of Comau – who holds a degree in Mechanical Engineering from the Milan Polytechnic -  gave a keynote speech illustrating perspectives and developments of automation to students and the public. Mauro Fenzi focused on the main innovation trends that characterize the fourth industrial revolution and the importance of a highly specialized academic training, suited to respond to the technological and market challenges that characterize Industry 4.0. "The world of manufacturing is changing to meet the new production needs of companies, which require greater flexibility and customization. In this scenario, Comau is committed to providing its customers with increasingly innovative products and systems and the development of industrial automation that is easy to use and understand" - explained Mauro Fenzi, CEO of Comau. "HUMANufacturing is the expression with which we describe our approach to Factory 4.0, where man is at the center of the production system and works with robots, in conditions of complete safety."

During the speech, the CEO of Comau presented some of the most recent technologies developed by the company. Among these, the MATE exoskeleton, which supports operators by relieving their effort and improving the quality of production activities; the collaborative industrial robot with high payload AURA (Advanced Use Robotic Arm) and the AGV (Automated Guided Vehicle) platform Agile1500 realized for logistics 4.0. In the educational field, among the various programs of the Comau Academy, he illustrated the e.DO ™ Experience project, which uses the e.DO robot for teaching and learning STEM and robotics subjects, promoting a non-conventional approach to education.

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