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Gerotto Federico srl exhibits at IFAT 2022

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Gerotto Federico srl will present two innovative solutions that meet the needs of productivity and efficiency for the maintenance of industrial plants at IFAT 2022 in Munich, Germany, which takes place 30 May - 3 June 2022.

The company will be present at the show with two stands: the first one (C4 - 326) will showcase its whole range of robots, while the second external stand (34C.3) will display an innovative trailer, hooked to a normal van, which offers a compact and agile solution.

The trailer: straight to the site

Gerotto Federico srl will exhibit an innovative system, designed and manufactured by the company’s R&D department, that could become part of the fleet of contractors. It is a trailer that can be hooked up to any van, combining in a small space a control room, a radio-controlled robot, power pack and hose reel. The operator can therefore have an agile and portable system that speeds up site set-up operations while maintaining high operating performance and productivity.

Virtual reality for hands-free assistance

Smart Service Kit uses virtual reality to support customers and carry out training activities in an effective and timely manner. Thanks to interactive glasses, it will be possible to visualise and interact in real time with images, save files, and show technical sheets. The operator can have his hands free from other devices and concentrate 100% on his work. All in a fast, intuitive and functional way.

At the heart of industry

At IFAT, Gerotto Federico Srl will exhibit the Lombrico S EX0, a high-performance solution for Atex Zone 0 that, thanks to accessories, cameras and 4.0 equipment, enables full control over all phases of processing. The Bull range consists of underwater ROVs suitable for cleaning underwater environments. It allows continuous work, avoiding plant shutdown. The company will also exhibit a new CCTV system for increasingly accurate control of cleaning operations and an evolved human-machine interface.

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