Cogiscan, iTAC to Demonstrate SMT Factory Digitalization Solutions at productronica


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Cogiscan, the leading connectivity and TTC solutions provider for the electronics manufacturing industry, is proud to join iTAC Software AG for Productronica 2021 in hall A3 at booth 161. Since the acquisition, Cogiscan and iTAC have joined forces to offer the best and most comprehensive shopfloor control within the electronics manufacturing industry.

“Productronica 2021 will be special for us in many ways; it’s the first major trade show that we will attend live in 18 months, and we look forward to reconnect in person with our colleagues, partners and customers,” commented François Monette, Chief Business Development Officer at Cogiscan. “It will also be the first trade show for Cogiscan since we joined iTAC and the Dürr Group. Sharing a large common booth area showcasing a full range of smart factory technology will make the experience even more engaging for our partners and customers.”

Beyond showcasing our underlying IIoT technology within iTAC’s latest SMT.Edge product, Cogiscan will also preview a new AI-based solution for optical inspection created in collaboration with Fitech. We are currently recruiting potential demo users for this system, so please be sure to stop by and chat with our technical experts about it.

The entire Cogiscan team is looking forward to the first in-person tradeshow in over 18 months. Additional new products on display will include a new digital PCBA rework application, as well as an advanced planning and scheduling module developed in partnership with Dualis.

Our ultimate goal is to guide clients along their factory data journey – to achieve a smarter factory with our modular platform of advanced connectivity and data management infrastructure and intelligent TTC applications.

“We’re very excited to unveil some of the exciting new Smart Factory products we’re developing in conjunction with iTAC and other partners in the Dürr Digital Factory ecosystem. We look forward to talking with you in person at the booth,” commented Greg Benoit, Director of Sales Enablement at Cogiscan.

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