Two Loccioni’s projects, selected among national design excellences, show how the world of design holds innovation in all its shapes.
Milan, Monday, October 9th, National Museum of Science and Technology.
This time, the context is different, and this is a sign that time is changing: for the first time, the National Museum of Science and Technology welcomes the introduction of the 2017 ADI Index, the national selection of the best projects of the Italian Industry.
We can state there is no boundaries between arts, technology and social dimension; the excellence project contains all the several aspects of the good Italian industry.
Among the 204 works selected from the over seven hundred candidates, which together with those of last year will compete for the next Compasso d’Oro (The Golden Compass), there are two Loccioni’s projects that properly represents this innovation inside the design concept.
Conceived for the 4.0 Industry, Mel-O (Modular Extended Lightweight robot) is a modular robot able to autonomously execute measurement analysis, quality control and high precision manufacturing activities. An interconnected system, with sensors and calculating devices, Mel-O represents the concrete transition towards the company of the future.
A jobplace for all ages is something that goes beyond the learning-working project. It involves students from elementary and secondary schools, graduates, doctoral candidates, teachers and managers, entrepreneurs, technicians and humanists. The joint organization with the schools of the territory has assumed an innovative dimension with the involvement, by the company, of teachers in a training course on the new technologies and the digital wisdom.
The prestigious recognition by ADI, both from the high technology and social commitment point of views, is a further demonstration that the true value of a company consists in creating a community: with clients, suppliers, partners, students, teachers; with people who share a future project with the company.