Industrial Transformation MEXICO
October 5 - 7, 2022, Poliforum León - Guanajuato
12 - 20 hrs. (Wednesday and Thursday) / 12 - 18 hrs. (Friday)

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  • As regards the Digital Agenda, I believe Industrial Transformation MEXICO will help familiarize our entrepreneurs, company owners, students, academics and citizens in general with the most advanced digital tools on the market by providing them with first-hand information on the latest applications related to the Internet of Things, cybersecurity, e-commerce, the automation of industrial processes (digital manufacturing) and the like.

    Diego Sinhue Rodríguez Vallejo
    Governor of Guanajuato
  • It is new technologies, like the ones we find at a vanguard fair like ITM, that can help us overcome this crisis. This is how we have promoted digitalization in Germany to interconnect employees remotely. In view of the enormous changes in our working and private lives, digital solutions are taking on greater relevance in Mexico. Digitalization and Industry 4.0 are part of the solution as we adapt to a new reality after the coronavirus, reason why ITM is a very important forum, especially now.

    Peter Tempel
    German Ambassador to Mexico
  • CONCAMIN promotes events that generate industrial know-how and build on the sector’s strengths so it can take a more decisive lead in innovation. The decision to hold the ITM fair and the Annual Industrialists Meeting (RAI) at the same time goes to prove just how important industrial transformation is becoming in Mexico.

    José Abugaber
    CONCAMIN President
  • Industry 4.0, digitalization and new technologies like the Internet of Things, augmented reIts broad educational program will establish Industrial Transformation MEXICO as an important forum for disseminating information on the Mexican dual education model, helping attract more young people to this ambitious training program.

    Johannes Hauser
    CAMEXA Director-General
  • The impact that COVID has had on the world will be with us for a long time to come. In this extraordinary situation, private industry, government, academia and society are called to work collaboratively to build a resilient Mexican industry that can continue on the path of competitiveness that has positioned Mexico as the industrial muscle of the Americas. Mexico’s digital transformation is a priority and Siemens is committed to continue leading its implementation in the country to ensure a privileged place in the post-COVID19 world.

    Alejandro Preinfalk
    President and CEO of Siemens Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean
  • ITM got off to a great start in 2019 and we expect the event to be even more successful at educating existing and potential users on automation technologies in 2020 and beyond. A3 México will be supporting ITM by organizing conferences with key industry leaders.

    Jeff Burnstein
    A3 President

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