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Ubudu was present in FIM’s first forum "Start-ups & mechanical companies''

The FIM (Fédération des Industries Mécaniques) held its first "Start-ups & mechanical companies'' forum on December 14th in partnership with Cetim (Technical Center for Mechanical Industries).

The FIM and Cetim host a forum for start-ups and mechanical companies, where innovative start-ups including Ubudu present new technologies for Industry 4.0. Victor Bogey, sales director of Ubudu, presents the company's hybrid RTLS solution for optimizing production and logistics flow in various industries using a combination of technologies for real-time location tracking of people, assets, and equipment.

The event brought together innovative start-ups from the FIM start-up club, including Ubudu, to share new technologies that could help improve the competitiveness of French industry through Industry 4.0.

Victor Bogey, sales director of Ubudu, presented the company's RTLS (Real-Time Location System) hybrid location tracking solution, which is designed to optimize production and logistics flows in different industries. The solution uses a combination of technologies, including BLE, UWB, LoRa, GPS, and Wi-Fi, to accurately track the location of people, assets, and equipment in real time. This data can be used to improve efficiency, reduce waste, and increase productivity in manufacturing and logistics operations but also in Healthcare, and construction.

Overall, the forum provided a valuable opportunity for start-ups and established companies to exchange about the latest technologies and best practices for Industry 4.0, and to explore ways to collaborate and innovate in the French mechanical industry.

Here is a recap of the day through a post made by the FIM