The Verona Event is More and More Vertical

SAVE, the traditional appointment in Verona dedicated to automation, instruments and sensors, will be back on October 23rd and 24th with an innovation: the Smart Conferences, vertical sessions organized to satisfy the demands of increasingly specialized targets

by Noemi Sala

It is just a matter of weeks and the Verona trade show will open its doors for the thirteenth edition of SAVE, the Congress-Show for Solutions and Vertical Applications of Automation, Instruments, Sensors. As usual, this represents one of the most appointment events for this segment.
Scheduled from October 23rd to the 24th, it intends replicating the figures for 2018, when it hosted over 7,400 operators visiting to discover the solutions showcased by 213 exhibitors. Besides, there were 175 speakers who took part in congresses, workshops, seminars, debates and in-depth analyses on the hottest topics, from IoT to Industry 4.0, from augmented reality to digitization, from blockchains to sensors right up to vision systems and more. But this edition of SAVE looks likely to be even more vertical than previous ones, and can cont on an important novelty which concerns high-profile ongoing professional training.

New Smart Conferences for increasingly specialized targets about to begin
The consolidated format of the Verona event, which adds to the exhibition part a rich and exhaustive training program, subdivided among congress sessions and technical-applicative analytical workshops managed by participating companies, this year will also be able to count on Smart Conferences. These are vertical sessions whose aim is to meet the demands of increasingly specialized targets.
The technical updates available for operators, which have always been a fundamental pillar of SAVE, will thus be further enriched. In Verona there will therefore be increasingly vertical and specific sessions. The number of themes dealt with will be increased and topics will be grouped in targeted focuses, something which all those interested will benefit from.
These vertical sessions will also enable a better profiling of operators’ interests, so as to allow a closer matching between the themes being dealt with and business opportunities.

A synergetic event at the same time as other shows in the same industry
Expectations are therefore mounting for SAVE, organized by EIOM along with important associations and institutions, which represents a valid occasion for professional updates by the industry’s players, and of direct discussion with experts. The idea is to provide a showcase of all-round technologies and solutions within the instrument and automation range, as well as, of course, a strategic meeting place to create interesting contacts. In order to exploit the opportunity to the fullest extent, the two-day Verona event will be held, as is by now traditional, at the same time as other vertical shows: MCM (Industrial Maintenance and Asset Management), Home & Building (building automation), Acquaria (Air and water treatment), mcT Alimentare/Visione e Tracciabilità (Food & Beverage, logistics and industrial traceability): EIOM will therefore endeavour to organize, as always, a synergetic event rich in solutions for all the professionals who will decide to participate.