Air Liquide is participating in the Viva Technology show this week in Paris, exhibiting six projects co-developed with start-ups around Industry 4.0.
Industrial IoT, connected glasses, knowledge sharing platform, virtual reality safety training: in the Hall of Tech, visitors will be able to test several solutions that have been co-developed by Air Liquide in partnership with start-ups, and are already implemented. Air Liquide’s immersive booth will enable to discover how digital technologies change the daily lives of operators in plants.
Air Liquide said in a press release, “Thanks to a game developed by the Group’s employees, visitors will also be able to be immersed in the heart of Industry 4.0 by supervising the production of an Air Liquide plant, with the objective of meeting customers’ satisfaction while minimising consumption of electrical energy.”
“During the three days of the show, numerous talks of experts from Air Liquide and its start-up partners will be taking place on Air Liquide’s booth. In addition, Olivier Delabroy, Vice-President of Digital Transformation at Air Liquide, will be speaking at the VivaTech Impact Summit ‘Cleaning up Our mess’ on Friday. He will address the impact of digital and scientific innovation as a game-changer for the protection of our environment.”
The participation of Air Liquide in this major tech event, which brings together start-ups and large companies, is also an illustration of the acceleration of innovation and the digital transformation of the company, especially in regard to its open innovation strategy. Air Liquide is reinforcing its external partnerships, notably with start-ups, to further improve customer experience.
The Viva Technology show is being held from today (24th May) until Saturday (26th May) at Porte de Versailles in Paris.