Robots and connected technology unveiled for ISSA/Interclean Amsterdam 2016

Robots, applications and connected technology are set to star at the 26th edition of the ISSA/Interclean Amsterdam show on 10 May 2016.

Robots, applications and connected technology are set to star at the 26th edition of the ISSA/Interclean Amsterdam show on 10 May 2016.

ISSA Interclean Amsterdam's Rob den Hertog
ISSA Interclean Amsterdam’s Rob Den Hertog

The show is set to feature over 800 exhibitors from around 45 countries and host more live demonstrations than ever before, with visitors being able to ‘try out products’ with the many products on display.

“Ever since its first edition in 1967, ISSA/Interclean Amsterdam has sought to break new ground and create an inspiring environment where pioneering products and revolutionary ideas are brought together for the whole world to see,” stated Rob Den Hertog, exhibition director ISSA/Interclean Amsterdam.

Hygiene products and solutions will be showcased on floor approximately 60,0000 sq m. The closer interaction provided between exhibitors and visitors will also provide greater opportunity for networking and learning.

Among the hottest topics and trends to influence the show are the developing fields of robotics, cleaning applications and connected cleaning. Experts and exhibitors will be providing information on how robotic solutions work, where they should be used and how they can be integrated in everyday cleaning processes.

Sealed Air Diversey Care, Cleanfix and Adlatus are just three of the exhibitors set to be providing live product demonstrations of their robotic products.

The increasing interest in and popularity of the Management & Mobility Solutions Pavilion has resulted in it more than doubling its size; visitors will now have no trouble finding it occupying prime position on the show floor.

InnovationLAB will also be hosting a series of 15 minute presentations on industry trend updates and issues that will run each day between 12 pm and 4 pm.

“The InnovationLAB will offer unique and actionable insights into the disruptive innovation that the cleaning tech of today and tomorrow is bringing to our industry,” explained Mr Hertog.

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