• Processledare Catarina Berglund

    IndTech - a somewhat anonymous Swedish speciality

    Chronicle · Catarina Berglund, process manager at Automation Region · 29 April 2021

    Times are changing and development in our area is rapidly progressing. Today we talk less about industry segments – automation and digitization are crucial success strategies regardless of industry. Collaborating across both regional and national boundaries to learn from each other feels natural. Cooperation is a means of competition and a prerequisite for being able to take the lead in digitization and the transition towards a more sustainable production.

    Read the chronicle by Catarina Berglund
  • Exchange of experience helps industrial companies increase servicification

    Article · 29 April 2021

    Automation Region's service business network brings together product-focused companies that want to develop their service operations. Two of the network's participants are Fredrik Gustafsson, Väderstad, and Fredrik Oskarsson at Westermo. They act in different lines of business but in the network, they work towards a common goal – to make everyday life easier for their customers by developing their service portfolio.

    Meet two of the members of the network
  • Ordförande Automation Region Ola Norén

    IndTech shows the way forward

    Chronicle · Ola Norén, ordförande Automation Region · 31 March 2021

    It is with great anticipation that I take on the role of new Chairman of the Board of Automation Region. We have exciting times ahead of us with high goals and ambitions. In five years, we will be Europe's leading innovation environment for automation. It is a bold vision - and to succeed will require a great deal of courage, skill and energy.

    Read the chronicle by Ola Norén
  • New forum for standardization will strengthen the Swedish industry

    Article · 31 March 2021

    As the industry is digitized, the pressure for coordination and cooperation on standards and interoperability between different systems increases. In a joint initiative, RISE, the Royal Institute of Technology, Lund University, the Swedish Institute for Standards and Automation Region are therefore establishing a new knowledge platform for standardization in the digitalized industry.

    Read the article about the new platform

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