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Industrial Automation Beijing 2015

13 mayo 2015 - 15 mayo 2015

As Wibu-Systems surges to be the primary beacon for protection, licensing and security of automation devices and embedded systems, and expands its business on a global scale, we would not miss exhibiting at IA Beijing 2015, the largest industrial automation show in Northern China with the highest degree of internationalism.

With the coming of Smart Factories, not only are robotics, sensors and connectors, motion control and 3D printing gaining additional exposure, they are also becoming inter-connected over the Internet to remote centers in order to achieve greater cost optimization and quality performance. However, with the new benefits come new vulnerabilities and threats as well. This is an additional reason why data security and system integrity cannot be further postponed, but rather need to be imperatively addressed in a professional fashion.

The event showcases a complete automated production platform for the enterprises in the industry. And through CodeMeter®, the all-in-one solution against counterfeiting, tampering and sabotaging malpractices, Wibu-Systems will contribute with specific know-how and product protection guidelines, integrity protection best practices, and ready-to-use security development kits, all aimed at safeguarding the intellectual property of software, machinery and plants, regulating users’ access rights, and enabling new business models.

Our exhibit is located in the German Pavilion. Feel free to download the complete brochure where the German exhibitors, the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy, the Association of the German Trade Fair Industry (AUMA) and the German Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers’ Association (ZVEI) welcome you to the official German presentation at the Industrial Automation Show in Beijing.

Industrial Automation Beijing - Wibu-Systems' Booth

Industrial Automation Beijing - Oliver Winzenried with the Chinese Staff

Industrial Automation Beijing

Industrial Automation Beijing