Get Connected By using GED robotics, automation and software
Glenwillow, Ohio – July 22, 2019 | Now in its 17th year, GlassBuild America will hold the highly anticipated glass, window and door industry tradeshow in Atlanta, GA September 17 to 19, 2019. As leaders in glass and window fabrication systems and software solutions, GED Integrated Solutions (GED) is proud to be exhibiting new products within the 10,400 square feet of booth space at booth #1935.
With the largest booth at the show, GED plans to make a big impact in Atlanta.
“We are excited to have so much space this year at GlassBuild. The extra space will give us plenty of room for all the equipment and software we will be showing, including the robotic systems—totaling nine robots—our software pavilion and our value-added services kiosk,” says John Moore, Vice President of Marketing at GED. “The face-to-face connection to our customers and suppliers is so important,” continues Moore. “This is an opportunity for GED to share with our customers how automation, robotics and software will help them achieve improved profits, quality and productivity while satisfying customers of their own.”
“A major theme we are introducing at the show is our ‘Get Connected’ Theme,” states Moore. “We want to help our customers get their production facilities connected from top to bottom with equipment and software. Today’s manufacturing environment requires more production controls and analytics. GED Software can provide this connection,” continues Moore. “We hope you come to booth 1935 to get connected to: new robotic systems, MES software, value-added services, intelligence logistics and more!”
As you approach the booth from the main entrance, you will see both familiar and new products. In-booth experiences, like interactive robotic stations and augmented reality glasses, will engage visitors through automation and technology. In addition, show-goers can learn how GED’s value-added services and new eCommerce site for ordering parts online expand their company’s capabilities.
The center of the booth will be dedicated to GED Software, which debuts its new visual brand identity, connecting GED machinery and providing valuable data feedback on production processes. Demonstrations will show how GED Software connects window and glass systems on a manufacturing floor, adding tremendous value to a window production facility.
With attendance projected to reach over 7,000 from across the manufacturing, distributing, fabricating, retailing and dealing of flat glass and residential windows and doors businesses, GlassBuild America attracts participants from all facets of the glass, window, and door industries, many of whom make final purchasing decisions for their company. Those attending include GED sales representatives who will be meeting face-to-face with existing customers and utilize the show’s networking events to help potential customer make informed decisions about equipment investments that will affect long-term success for a company.
GED is also proud to be a show sponsor. Stay tuned for upcoming releases of new product launches being taken to GlassBuild America 2019. Visit www.GlassBuildAmerica.com for registration and important show information.