Komori at virtual.drupa – 20 to 23 April 2021

Komori’s Digital transformation and Connected Automation to be demonstrated virtually

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Komori Connected Automation
Komori plans to virtually demonstrate and explain its Connected Automation concept at the forthcoming virtual.drupa

On 6 April Komori announced its support and participation in the virtual.drupa to take place at virtual.drupa.com from April 20-23. drupa postponed a couple of times and now scheduled to take place in 2024 in Dusseldorf is attempting to keep its seminal place in the industry by shifting to an online format. Komori is a part of the virtual.drupa effort as a gold partner.

Komori will speak about its connected and automated solutions at the virtual.drupa. The company speaks about the digital transformation of the entire printing process and uses the expression Connected Automation to describe its approach to seamlessly connecting individual processes to create smart printing factories.

The central piece of software, KP-Connect Pro integrates and manages management information systems (MIS), prepress, press, postpress, which are divided among individual systems. With more and more customers adopting Connected Automation, both in Japan and overseas, the digital transformation (DX) of printing companies is already underway.

KP-Connect Pro is an open platform system that allows customers to connect to various manufacturers and vendors. In other words, customers can freely combine not only existing but also new devices.

Experience the innovative solutions made possible by Connected Automation for creation of smart factories, at the virtual.drupa Komori booth.

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