Lithium batteries for electric vehicles, collaborative robots, cars pulled by self-guided autonomous vehicles, apps for any mobile device, software oriented to the management of intelligent and sustainable mobility in cities; and also industrial parts for all types of vehicles will star today in Smart Mobility Valencia, the mobility event held at Feria Valencia and organized by Mobility Innovation Valencia.
Up to 21 presentations on technological capabilities in the field of smart and sustainable mobility will be presented today within the framework of the first edition of Smart Mobility Valencia, the event organized by Mobility Innovation Valencia that is held at Feria Valencia and which has the support of the Department of Sustainable Economy, Productive Sectors, Commerce and Employment.
With an Elevator Pitch format, that is to say, agile and dynamic five-minute presentations, the representatives of the companies will be able to offer an overview of their technological, innovative and industrial capacities related to mobility.
Agfra, AIMPLAS, VRAIN-UPV, IBV, ITI and SGS will participate in the first block. In this first section, improvements in production processes will be presented, how to reduce CO2 emissions from reducing the weight of materials, or Artificial Intelligence projects applied to mobility, among others.
In the second section of interventions, the representatives of Xpander, Alegre Design, Compark Mobility, Met Tecno 2000, Industrias Alegre, Logopost, Nutai and the ITE will participate. In this case, interventions will focus on the improvement of assemblies and mobility in industries, the use of blockchain, micromobility and digitization, or the value chain of optimal battery management.
The afternoon session is aimed at learning about success stories in terms of mobility. This is how the representatives of Myrentgo Mobility, Nunsys, Fivecomm, Sinfiny, Las Naves, the gvSIG Association and the Official Drones Commission of the Polytechnic University of Valencia will intervene.
In addition, Feria Valencia will host an exhibition area where part of these innovative projects can be seen. Among them, the Industrial Automation and Robotics division of the IDF Institute of the Polytechnic University of Valencia is developing a new project for sanding and polishing car body surfaces. This system will be present at the first edition of Smart Mobility Valencia that will be held next Thursday, October 14 at Feria Valencia.
The main objective of this system is to develop an efficient industrial application using robots to take another step towards the total automation of the production process in the context of Industry 4.0. The IDF Institute is in charge of developing the research, but the design, manufacture and implementation are carried out by Lãberit and Proemisa.