GEE, first edition closed
Satisfaction among exhibitors
The first edition of GEE, Global Elevator Exhibition, the new trade fair dedicated to lifts, escalators, moving walkways and components, has begun. It will be held in Milan from 15 to 17 November 2023, at the Rho exhibition centre (Italy).
This event was created to be the European meeting hub for the lift, escalator, moving walkway and component industry and aims to represent and promote the highest quality, safety and technical standards and provide design solutions that meet every need to help drive urban mobility and accessibility towards an increasingly sustainable future. In this first edition, 119 companies from 13 countries will be exhibiting their products. Twenty-five per cent of the exhibitors are international and come, for the most part, from Turkey, China, France and Spain. The companies that have chosen to participate in GEE will have the opportunity to meet, in addition to thousands of trade visitors, 100 highly profiled hosted buyers, selected by Fiera Milano and coming from 23 countries from all continents. Particularly relevant are those from the USA, Argentina, Egypt, Australia and the UAE.
The Elevatori Magazine Staff, at booth B51, Padiglione 10
Elevatori Magazine 6/2023
At GEE, Elevatori Magazine presents the new issue, No. 6/2023, which features, among other things, the report on Interlift 2023, an article on the Northampton Lift Symposium, an update on the Lift Maintenance Course and much more.
Discover all the topics in the article below.
‘How it works 6 – Digitalisation’
At Interlift 2023, Elevatori Magazine present for the first time the new volume in the ‘How it works’ collection, the sixth in this series of publications that over the years has met with great success among the trade public.
The Editorial Board, with the support of the Technical Committee (on whose behalf Marco Cogliati has been responsible for the technical supervision of the work), has decided to dedicate this volume to the theme of digitalisation, central to the historical moment we are living through, so rich in changes even in our vertical transport sector.
After the fifth volume of the series had dealt with the subject of modernisation, this time the focus was on the innovations that are leading to an ever-increasing digitalisation of plants. The focus is on the vast world of digital: in this volume, in fact, we discuss all the technologies that can be deployed both on new installations and on already installed systems, to bring them into a new era, made of big data, predictive maintenance, remote access, intelligent and connected lifts, IoT and BIM.
New technologies to make buildings 4.0 more inclusive, safe, digital and sustainable: What are the solutions and future scenarios for evolution in the field of integrated sensing and digitisation of systems?
Thursday 16 November 2023, 4:30 – 5:30 pm – Conference moderator Maddalena Parotelli, Editor-in-Chief of Elevatori Magazine
Vertical mobility is a strategic element for the city of the future. Thanks to the opportunities offered by new technologies ranging from integrated design and digitisation with dedicated apps, to predictive maintenance of systems with IoT devices, this market is constantly expanding and is playing a central role in the innovation of buildings and urban centres, which are thus becoming more accessible, turning into smart, functional and sustainable cores. Devices that communicate online with other devices allowing operations, adjustments, and services to be performed. These opportunities, based on digitisation, have also been seamlessly integrated into the world of elevators and have brought a new and very high level of performance and service.
Presentations by leading experts and researchers in this field will provide an overview of new opportunities on the market.
Moderator: Maddalena Parotelli, Journalist, Elevatori Magazine
Elena Giacomello, Ricercatrice tecnologia dell’Architettura, Iuav University of Venice
Raffaella Lione, Full Professor Faculty of Technical Architecture, University of Messina
Marco Cogliati, Lifts & Vertical Solutions Consultant, EFESME
Antonio Giliberti, vertical transportation facilities manager, ATM
Ciro Ruggiero, vertical transportation facilities manager, ATM