7 categories representing the richness of the world of industry
It is only right that France’s first major event devoted to industry in its entirety should present a series of awards honouring the most innovative companies.
And that’s precisely what the GLOBAL INDUSTRIE Awards do by providing a 360° survey of innovation. They are a key tool for visitors, 66% of whom state that monitoring technology is their prime reason for visiting.
The 6 totally new categories are open to all exhibitors and reflect the cutting-edge diversity of the sector:
Production performance provides recognition for innovations delivering a significant improvement through gains in productivity, key ratios or performance.
New technology highlights new products resulting from technology transfer or a major technological innovation
Successful collaboration is the award for a project, product or service brought to fruition through the collaboration of several different manufacturers or service providers.
Outstanding project rewards exceptional know-how devoted to the delivery of parts, services, sub-assemblies and other systems.
Industrial transition shines the spotlight on service and technology providers working with companies embarking on transition or those that have succeeded in making changes.
Responsible solution honours innovations that promote energy efficiency, the circular economy, CSR, ergonomics, eco-design…
It is an initiative that guarantees its participants media exposure and tremendous benefits both in terms of profile and business.
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All GLOBAL INDUSTRIE exhibitors can enter free of charge by completing the entry form via their exhibitor portal
The bar is set high. Every entry is examined by a jury of manufacturers and trade journalists and a shortlist drawn up. Shortlisted entries are then presented in person to the jury in Paris.
Review of the 2018 Awards
The first GLOBAL INDUSTRIE Awards were presented at a prestigious reception on 27th March 2018 in front of the press and the world of industry.
180 entries were submitted by exhibitors and the awards were presented in front of an audience of 1,500 participants:
Industrial transition: MESHROOM, for its MESHROOM VR Studio virtual reality software
New technology: AUTODESK FRANCE, for the hybrid, on-demand manufacture of the Waampeller propeller, avec RAMLAB
Production performance: CATALCAD-BRICSCAD, for its BRICSCAD V18 software, combining parametric CAD and direct modelling technology
Outstanding project: FONDEX, for producing parts by stamping blanks to improve the performance of an automobile electronic assembly
Successful collaboration: EDEIS, for the construction of an open-air test bench for the development, testing and approval of new generation engines for civil aircraft
Responsible solution: INOSPRAY, for DITYSPRAY, an alternative to aerosols and cartridges using compressed air instead of propellants
The Innovations 2018 Information Pack provides further details of these projects and all the entries.