The recently held 18th edition of SteelFab 2023, hosted by the Expo Centre Sharjah, provided a unique experience for industry professionals and individuals interested in utilizing artificial intelligence (AI) in the industrial and transformative sectors, it was stated in a press communique.
The four-day exhibition featured a collection of premier companies that use artificial intelligence in the bending and cutting of iron and steel utilizing smart robots. The companies displayed live demonstrations of their cutting-edge robotic arms, which accomplished a quantum jump in steel cutting and soldering, a key pillar in many industries such as the automotive and electronics sectors.
“Our goal is to make this event a valuable addition to the UAE’s economic landscape to support the country’s future vision of making a 100% use of artificial intelligence in the provision of services by 2031, which is a part of the UAE’s AI strategy,” stated HE Saif Mohammed Al Midfa, CEO, Expo Centre Sharjah.
For example, ABB, a leading company in energy and automation technologies, showcased the latest technology in the iron and steel industry at the exhibition, including modern and smart technical products and solutions.
Additionally, Engineer Majed Khalil, Sales Engineer at Dubai-based KAWASAKI Robotics, stressed that the company is committed to participating in every new edition of SteelFab to showcase its latest technologies in the field of artificial intelligence and robotic arms, the press statement concluded.
SteelFab 2023 is the largest commercial event of its kind in the Middle East and North Africa.