Guanajuato Cradle of Industry 4.0 in Mexico and Latin America. – Dependencies Newsletters

  • The Governor, Diego Sinhue Rodríguez Vallejo, signs the Decree that establishes the State Day of the Mindbill.
  • They deliver the Awards to the Information and Communication Technology Industry.

Leon, Gto. October 05, 2021.- Within the framework of the Industrial Transformation Mexico -ITM- Industrial Night, the Governor, Diego Sinhue Rodríguez Vallejo, said that Guanajuato is consolidated as the Cradle of Industry 4.0 in Mexico and Latin America.

“Bringing this great industrial fair to Hannover Messe is bringing more world to Guanajuato and Mexico, because our country needs today more than ever, to go to the next level and Guanajuato is doing it.”

“We are moving from manufacturing to mind-invoicing, we want to be leaders in innovation and we have the ideal conditions to achieve it, because we have built a suitable ecosystem for it,” he said.

This ecosystem, said the Executive, has been called the Valley of the Mind, which is the threshold of Guanajuato for the next 50 or 100 years, a vision that bets on innovation, knowledge, technological development and industry 4.0.

The President pointed out that Guanajuato is a state that dialogues with the world, to build a better future, a future of innovation, creativity and talent; a philosophy of More Guanajuato in the World and More World in Guanajuato is promoted.

To highlight the importance of this public policy, the Governor, Diego Sinhue Rodríguez Vallejo, signed the Official Decree to institute April 21 as the State Day of the Mind, a date that coincides with the World Day of Creativity and Innovation instituted by The United Nations.

“This year, it is also celebrating 10 years of industry 4.0 in the world, and for this reason, I want to invite you to continue working together, so that Guanajuato consolidates itself as the epicenter of this industry in Mexico and Latin America.”

“For Guanajuato to maintain the business leadership that it has earned, so that a movement of prosperity for Mexicans may emerge from Guanajuato again, so that on the world scene, our country takes advantage of the great opportunity it has to be a lead actor in the concert of nations, ”he said.

With these strategies, Guanajuato will detonate the talent and creativity of young entrepreneurs, making the state the great launching pad for the future.

“Guanajuato is today a land of industrialists, a land of innovation and entrepreneurship, a land of the present and the future, welcome and welcome to the Valley of the Mind, the epicenter of Industry 4.0 in Mexico and Latin America,” he said.

Rodríguez Vallejo, highlighted the alliances that Guanajuato has built with the promotion of public policies of innovation and generation of knowledge.

“We want our students to be citizens of the world, to get to know other cultures and have the opportunity to learn from the best, and that is also why we forge alliances with the best in the world, such as Deutsche Messe. Today the relationship is getting closer and more productive every day between Hannover Messe and Guanajuato ”, he said.

At this event, the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Industry Awards of the National Chamber of the Electronics, Telecommunications and Information Technology Industry (CANIETI) were also presented.

In the Inclusion category, the winner was the Center for Attention for Children with Brain Injury AC; The winner of the Star Up category was the project called “Bedside XR”, an Augmented Reality Platform and Integrated Systems in the Cloud that assists doctors in making decisions within the operating room.

In the Global Positioning category, the award went to the project called “Vox Point”, a digital platform that allows a virtual guide to listen to relevant content from points of interest in different cities.

In the Digital Transformation category, the winner was the project called “Electronic Court in Family Matters”, an Online Family Court of the Judicial Power of the State of Mexico; In the Cybersecurity category, the winner was the project called “Digital Citizenship for All”, a project carried out between AT&T and the Federal Education Authority in Mexico City to include in the curricula of more than 2 million girls and children from first grade to third year of secondary school, content that allows them to better promote their digital rights.

In the Innovation category that achieved the Itzamná Award, it was the project called “Perfect Corp’s advanced smart beauty technology”, a digital platform dedicated to transforming the way consumers, content creators and beauty brands interact together through of Artificial Intelligence and Augmented Reality. Jochen Köckler, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Deutsche Messe; the German Ambassador to Mexico, Peter Temple; the National President of CONCAMIN, José Abugaber Andonie; Carlos Antonio Funes Garay, National President of CANIETI; the President of the Supreme Court of Justice, Héctor Tinajero Muñoz; and the Deputy, Armando Rangel Hernández, President of the State Congress.

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