Created in 2018, the Global Industry Awards (GIA) reward the exhibitors of the show for the development of an innovative product, service or know-how intended for manufacturers who wish to improve their performance and optimize their tool. production or develop the CSR values of their company.
Despite the fact that Global Industrie Paris 2020 is not taking place, the organizers have decided to promote the creativity of the exhibiting companies and the time devoted by the members of the jury by communicating on the seven winners. An award ceremony will take place in Paris in the fall of 2020.
The Digitalizr ERP platform developed by Sikiwis wins the prize in the Digital Mutation category. The all new generation of digital ERP developed by Sikiwis makes it possible to efficiently manage in real time, both on the Web and on smartphones, 100% of the operational and financial processes of companies.
Presented as a world premiere, the new range of liquid paints “Signature Cybernetics” presented by Dscolor is an effective solution and a process intended to make tamper-proof and secure products subject to counterfeiting. Dscolor Signature Cybernetic paint stands out in the New Technology category.
Boulland DPM is the winner in the Productive Performance category with EWA, a motorized, intelligent and 100% automatic boring head. Presented in a French preview, EWA communicates with the CN and the control probes to eliminate human intervention.
Hebeco Plastic won the prize in the Exemplary achievement category, with Vertyko, presented in a French preview. The Vertyko is a 100% French innovation intended for roofing / zinc workers, allowing tools to be stored and secured when working on roofs.
Mecanolav is a winner in the Collaborative success category with CNp - Acting directly between surface and pollution. Launched in January 2020, CNp, a nucleation cleaning technology that achieves heretofore unparalleled cleaning results on complex geometries such as blind holes and narrow channels that were previously difficult to achieve.
Developed by Inuse and launched at the end of 2019, Pure Cleaning, an AI solution dedicated to optimizing cleaning of industrial equipment that significantly reduces the consumption of water and chemicals in factories, stands out in the Responsible Solution category.
Wavely wins the Special start-up prize with Wavely Predict, an improvement presented as a French preview. Wavely Predict is a ready-to-use sensor that monitors rotating machinery by analyzing vibrations and acoustics to detect anomalies and alert users.
The two special prizes, the Ecological Transition Prize rewarding a company that has carried out a remarkable action in the context of ecological transition, and the Female Industry Prize, in partnership with Alliancy magazine, awarded to a woman entrepreneur or Intrapreneure, who, thanks to a relevant development strategy, has been able to inject the energy necessary for the success of her company, which is more focused than ever on the industry of the future, will be awarded on the occasion of Global Industrie Lyon 2021.