Metal cutting and metal forming machine tools, robots, automation, digital manufacturing, auxiliary technologies, enabling technologies, additive manufacturing, fluid-power systems, mechatronics, finishing treatments, tools, components, equipment and accessories, metrology, welding, IoT, big data, analytics, cyber security, cloud computing, augmented reality, system integrators, vision systems, software … these are only a few of the technologies on show at 31.BI-MU.
With over 60,000 visits registered every edition, during its 60 years of history BI-MU has been able to assert its importance as an unmissable event for the operators of the manufacturing industry, who may here find any solutions for their needs.
To be able to rely on an extremely specialised and competent public that is also directly involved in the purchasing processes is the real added value offered by BI-MU to its exhibitors, also ensuring qualified visits by foreign operators.
Industrial machinery, mechanical industry, automotive, aerospace and energy are the most represented sectors along the aisles of the exhibition halls, also because these sectors are “large consumers of manufacturing technologies”. In addition, there are players of “niche” sectors, such as food, design, home furnishings, watch-making, jewellery and biotech, which are strongly developing today and look for specially-made solutions.