- September 06, 2017
The event is the first of its kind from the CTAQ and is an opportunity for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and large companies to learn about the government‚Äôs plans for ensuring sustainability of the Canadian food industry.
September 6, 2017 - ABB will be at the National Food Technology Event in Montreal, from September 13-14, 2017. Organized by the Canadian government and the Food Processing Council of Quebec (Conseil de la transformation alimentaire du Québec (CTAQ)), Markus Brettschneider, group senior vice president and general manager of global food and beverage applications at ABB, will be presenting on the first day of the event.
The event is the first of its kind from the CTAQ and is an opportunity for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and large companies to learn about the government’s plans for ensuring sustainability of the Canadian food industry. Focusing on key industry topics, such as automation, Industry 4.0 and artificial intelligence, the two-day event will provide businesses with knowledge on how to reach out to international markets.
In addition to presenting at the conference, key leaders of the food and beverage team of ABB Canada will be hosting a technology immersion tour of the new ABB campus and Customer Innovation Centre in Montreal, which opened in May 2017. The primary focus of the tour is to show guests how ABB’s Ability digitalization platform can be used by businesses to develop key performance indicators (KPIs) around cost, safety, quality and sustainability, with a series of presentations and workshops.
ABB launched its ABB Ability solutions earlier in 2017. The platform brings together a selection of digital technologies that food and beverage plant engineers can integrate into their systems to improve process and plant safety. The offering includes technologies such as ABB’s smart sensors for motors, which bring connectivity to existing industrial motors, as well as automation systems and manufacturing execution systems (MES) to maximize production efficiency and traceability.
“The food and beverage industry alone brought in 32.3 billion dollars in exports to Canada in 2016. With ABB’s technologies, more businesses can optimize their current strategies and compete with businesses on a global scale,” explained Daniel Vielfaure, president of CTAQ. “The National Food Technology Event is the first of its kind in Canada and is an opportunity for businesses and those working in the industry to see first-hand how the technologies work in food applications.”
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