Vi TECHNOLOGY to Present at InnovationsFORUM Germany


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Vi TECHNOLOGY's Tarak Charfi will present “Preservation of the quality seal ‘Made in Germany’ through optimized processes in smart factories” during the 6th annual InnovationsFORUM Germany on Wednesday, March 7, 2018 at the Kongresshall in Böblingen, Germany.

As Vi TECHNOLOGY’s European Sales Director, Charfi will discuss how German production is synonymous with quality and know-how. We all know keywords such as: Industry 4.0, Smart Factory and Zero Defect Line. Today, only few companies have concrete approaches to the implementation of these topics, but this is essential for the preservation of the production in Germany.

Charfi will discuss approaches that companies can easily implement in their production processes to optimize quality and start the way to Industry 4.0.

About Vi TECHNOLOGY

Vi TECHNOLOGY is a global designer, manufacturer and supplier of a wide range of innovative inspection equipment and software solutions for PCB assembly. Vi TECHNOLOGY serves very demanding market segments including telecoms, consumer, computer, automotive, infrastructure, industrial and medical.

Vi TECHNOLOGY is a member of the Mycronic Group. Mycronic AB is a leading and innovative global high-tech company developing and manufacturing a range of high-precision production equipment and advanced software for the electronics industry.

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