Watch the video 2019 "Connected Factory" !


The 15 days of assembly in "Time Lapse"!


The companies present


The Connected Factory was back in a new, even more impressive form at GLOBAL INDUSTRIE 2019 and for the first time in Lyons with…

+ 9,000 people who attended all stages of manufacturing
+ connectivity
+ interactive demonstrations
+ immersion in the future experience
+ guided tours
+ show…


NEW IN 2019 !

Connected Factory Guided Tours every days at:

  -  10am, 11'30am and 2pm

... for 45min !

There were also engineering students who were in the Factory to inform visitors.




Maximize the benefit by visiting both the real and the virtual Connected Factory 2019!

As part of the second GLOBAL INDUSTRIE, which took place in early March in Lyons, the VISIATIV group, working in partnership with the show and with the support of the ADI, has created a complete 3D digital twin of the 2019 Connected Factory.

Previewed at the 4th Entreprise DU FUTUR conference, which took place on 17th January and which was attended by 3250 directors of small and medium-sized companies, the digital twin of GLOBAL INDUSTRIE’s 2019 Connected Factory has been designed to offer an immersive 3D visit to this new factory and to explain all its elements from its design to production.

It was an utterly unique and immersive experience and the VISIATIV group, ADI and GLOBAL INDUSTRIE couldn’t wait to share it with you at the start of your visit to the Connected Factory throughout the 2019 show.




For those of you who would like to take a look back at the sensation of the 2018 show, step right into the Connected Factory and watch our videos.



One of the flagship events at GLOBAL INDUSTRIE in March 2018 was a world first: a complete 1,000 m2 manufacturing line shown in action producing a medal from start to finish. This technical achievement literally immersed the visitor in the heart of the industry of the future by demonstrating an array of production automation innovations delivered by solutions, know-how and technologies in fields such as:

  • cobotics
  • augmented reality
  • predictive maintenance
  • the digitization of production
  • as well as customization


This full size, pop-up demonstrator allowed the visitor to become a customer for a day and to follow the creation of an individually personalized medal from its design to final delivery.
Brilliantly coordinated by the ADI engineering practice and supported by trade associations such as ARTEMA, GIMELEC, SYMOP and the UITS, its 80 participating companies provided tangible proof of the real synergy generated by the 4 shows making up GLOBAL INDUSTRIE and between them covered virtually all the sectors of industry to be found across the event.

The final results were impressive: over 8,000 visitors visited the factory and each had taken away their customized, engraved medal.