From March 5 to 8 at the Global Industrie show, the Federation of Mechanical Industries receives the support of major players in the fight against counterfeiting and manufacturers to organize, with Cetim and GL Events, a series of actions: the exhibition "False Let's Run away!" ", The conference" Additive manufacturing and industrial property "and the destruction of counterfeit parts.
Faux Fuyons ! – Stand A56 Hall 2
For the 3rd consecutive year, the exhibition "False Flee! »Will present, through concrete mechanical examples, the risks incurred by the use of a counterfeit part. The rapid industrial development of additive manufacturing and its impact on industrial property will also be discussed. Labeled Industry Week 2019, this event is organized by Fim, 4 member unions (Artema, Cisma, Syneg, Unitam), Cetim and GL Events in partnership with major players in the fight against counterfeiting and car manufacturers .
In order to mark the spirits, operations of destruction of headlights, bumpers and other mechanical and automobile parts, using a chainsaw and masses will take place daily, every 2 hours.
Additive manufacturing and industrial property - March 7 - 4:45 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. - conference area 1
By its nature, additive manufacturing facilitates the reproduction of an object. The acceleration of the development of this promising technology is shaking up the themes of copyright, that of patents, or even that of designs. Companies whose products have a known brand or label may be particularly at risk, particularly due to counterfeiting. Fim and Symop are working together to adapt the legal, regulatory and normative frameworks in order to support the deployment of this technology while protecting the rights of manufacturers.
A conference dedicated to this theme will give the floor to:
- Patrick Gaillard, Director of Legal Affairs at Fim
- Nicolas Parascandolo, in charge of the Additive Manufacturing group at Symop
- Mélina Hervet-Henry, intellectual property engineer for the Addup group
- Eric Baustert, Head of R&D at Volum-e