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Comau opens a new office in Bari, dedicated to innovation for Industry 4.0

Turin, October 28th, 2019 -  Comau has opened a new office in Bari to work on projects in the field of software automation and digital manufacturing. The new office will offer customers advanced services developed thanks to Comau's 45-plus years of experience in industrial automation and constant commitment to innovation.

Comau strengthens its presence in Italy thanks to the new office, complementing its headquarters in Grugliasco (Turin), which includes 2 production plants and an innovation center. The group's HUMANufacturing Innovation Center in Pontedera (Pisa) opened in 2016.

The Bari office will house some newly hired engineers and focus mainly on two areas of competency. The first area is the development of platforms for collecting and analyzing production data using sophisticated heuristics and revolutionary Artificial Neural Networks (ANN). The second concerns the development of vision systems and digital image processing software for use in robot guidance, production monitoring, and quality analysis.

Starting from an analysis of production processes, Comau's engineering team in this new office will help identify optimal industrial automation solutions for customers throughout the world and develop the most suitable hardware and software platforms for collecting, analyzing, and storing corporate big data.

Giovanni Di Stefano, Head of Process Technologies of Comau, explains: "Comau has a long-standing reputation for its commitment to innovation and has made investments all over the world, starting, of course, here in Italy where we have our roots. For the opening of this new office dedicated to the development of industrial digitalization technologies, we have chosen an area with a flourishing academic and business community. Our team of engineers is proof that human competency is really the only way to leverage today's digital transformation to the fullest, which is in line with our vision of 'HUMANufacturing' (Human Manufacturing)."

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