Danobatgroup takes part in the National Awards of Connected Industry 4.0
- Nerea Aranguren, Director of Innovation of the industrial group, is a member of the awards jury and will attend the presentation ceremony to be held on 27 January in Madrid
- The involvement of Danobatgroup in these awards ties in with its firm commitment to human capital, excellence and the digitalisation of industry
Danobatgroup will have a prominent presence at the second edition of the National Awards Connected Industry 4.0, given by the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Tourism with the aim of recognizing outstanding projects and initiatives in the field of digitalisation and Industry 4.0, in which sector the business group is a bench mark.
Nerea Aranguren, Director of Innovation of Danobatgroup, will join the awards jury and as such will attend the presentation ceremony to be held on 27 January in Madrid. The event will take place in the Assembly Hall of the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Tourism.
“Our participation in these awards ties in perfectly with our commitment to innovation applied to the industry. We are pioneers in the implementation of digital technologies and artificial intelligence solutions in manufacturing processes. For this reason, it is key for us to contribute to initiatives that support digitalisation of the industry", assures Aranguren.
Before the ceremony of the awards in the two different categories, namely Large Industrial Enterprise and Industrial SME, a round table discussion will be held with the four finalists. The objective of these awards is to give greater social prestige to the industrial sector, presenting it in an environment of quality and excellence, recognizing the merits of industrial companies that stand out for their projects and efforts undertaken in digitalisation.
The event will be attended by the Minister of Industry, Trade and Tourism, Reyes Maroto; the Secretary-General of Industry and SMEs, Raül Blanco, the Director-General of Industry and SMEs, Galo Gutiérrez, the CEO of ENISA, José Bayón López, and the Director-General of the School of Industrial Organisation (EOI), Nieves Olivera.
The event will also be attended by Pedro Mier, president of Ametic, senior management of the companies sponsoring the Congress of Connected Industry 4.0 and the French ambassador, Jean-Michel Casa.
The participation of Danobatgroup in these awards is part of its commitment to human capital training, excellence and the development of advanced technologies for the digitalisation of industry.