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Industry Automation and Robotization Conference – 5th edition

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This year, the Automation and Robotization of Industry Conference will have its fifth edition. There will be no shortage of technological curiosities, innovations and instruments to support manufacturing enterprises.

This year’s A&R conference in a new version:

– a full two exhibition days on October 5-6, plus:

– 5.10 – Open Day Say Hello to the Robot

– Student Automation Championship – e-sport in PLC programming

– 6.10 – Conference with the participation of partner companies

– festive banquet

As usual, we plan demonstrations, interviews, lectures and promotion of partner companies on our websites, social media and friendly portals – including the Industrial Portal.


Conference publication


This year we would like to add a conference publication – in cooperation with Gazeta Olsztynska, we want to create a paper version of the newspaper. It would contain articles on industry from the perspective of partners – how we support Polish companies in digital transformation. It would be distributed throughout the country and abroad as well.

There are many plans, but what really counts in the Conference is the knowledge and experience shared by partner companies.



A&R Conference


The A&R conference is primarily about:

– promotion among companies of the region

– promotion on the Internet – and, YouTube

– the opportunity to present solutions in the field of technology, IT, support for companies

– the possibility of starting cooperation with other enterprises.

We provide knowledge on how Polish companies can automate themselves to build a competitive advantage on the market.


Student Automation Championship


At the same time, we support students who choose technical sciences. This year, for the first time, we are organizing the Student Automation Championships.

The competition will be organized in the form of e-sports, i.e. the finalists will program PLCs live in streaming.

We would like to talk about the work of an automation engineer on the air and encourage young people to choose the professions of the future.

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Automatica Munich

Pozostałe wpisy:

The world is changing at a dizzying pace. The last hundred years, from the Henry Ford first production line to the present day, have been an unimaginable leap in the idea of ​​managing and producing goods. The constant expansion of the market, evolution, dying and the emergence of new products and services forces us to improve the tools and improve production. Automatica Munich is a kind of litmus test of the development of companies towards automation.


Better production


Robotics solutions reigned supreme at the trade fair in Munich. Applications for machine tending, robotic painting, welding, soldering, vision inspection are just some of the robotic packages presented by the exhibitors. Nevertheless, cobots and their accessories – quickchangers and grippers – took the place. Of course, there were also mobile robots that support logistics, but can also be an integral part of collaborating robots.

And like automation


Alnea starts with “A”, “A” Like automation, that is Automatica. We have always appreciated these fairs because they particularly touch upon problems related to modern production and technologies supporting companies in the field of new production lines, machines and robotic stations. We offer our partners comprehensive support in the field of process robotization.


Support levels


Cooperation with Alnea can take place on different principles, which include different levels of support. We encourage our clients to design activities – we create a concept in VR, and then we can implement it with the certainty that the assumptions are feasible. More and more companies are also asking about the possibility of modernizing machines and improving safety, so we also operate in this field. We invite you to our position – we are happy to share our knowledge and experience.

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Hannover Messe – fair of the future

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Hannover Messe is a fair of the future, perhaps not about metaverse or dystopian visions of the world. Thousands of exhibitors, hundreds of lectures, meetings and presentations aim to indicate trends in the industry and industry of the future. One event, four days is a huge dose of knowledge about how we will produce, what we will create, how to protect our world and influence society. At the Fair, you can see new technological solutions, follow the evolution of trends and create plans for the future.


Alnea at the Hannover Messe


Alnea has exhibited at the Hannover Messe many times. In 2018, Poland was the leading country, and Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki himself took part in our position. In 2019, we used the PAIH hospitality and we were present at the national stand, right next to Sweden, which perfectly honored the host. We were extremely proud to be able to stand under the white and red flag.


Inspiration 4.0


We have industry 4.0, we have factories 4.0, maybe we will add the Inspiration 4.0 option? There is no single recipe for the industry of the future, but you can get inspired by various solutions and adapt them to the needs of your own company. The goals of sustainable development are development on many levels, and thanks to it, we can achieve more in optimal conditions.


Innovation in Alnea


At our stand at the Hannover Messe, we present products that are the result of our many years of experience in system integration. Robotic soldering and robot eye are patented solutions for production and process improvement. We invite you to our stand for talks on automation and robotization.

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Global Industrie

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Global Industrie is a trade fair thathas been held for 4 years alternately in two cities – Lyon, and this year in Paris. It is an exhibition dedicated to industry, both in the automation, robotics, energy and logistics. The event gathers companies not only from Europe, but also from around the world – from start-ups, machine manufacturers, distributors, to clusters and scientific institutions.


Alnea on Global Industrie


Alnea is exhibiting at Global Industrie for the first time. At our stand, you could see solutions in the field of robotic soldering, production offset and solutions for automation of assembly processes, palletizing and broadly understood production.  You can also see for yourself how our eye works for a robot – i.e. Horus Vision System 3D.

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Alnea on fairs

Pozostałe wpisy:

17-20.05 welcome to Global Industrie Paris Hall 5 R154



30.05-02.06 we will see you at Hannover Messe Hall 6 B16/1




21-24.06 you will be able to meet us at the Automatica fair  in Munich Hall A4.121





What new at the fair on the Alnea stand?

  1. Horus 3D vision system – an eye for a robot
  2. Zeus – soldering set on a robot
  3. Offsett production
  4. Positioning of elements and pick&place
  5. Our latest implementations for the furniture, electronics and construction industries.


Our Alnea team will answer your questions and share their knowledge and experience in the automation and robotics industry.

We hope that we will be able to meet in a relaxed atmosphere over coffee and talk about Industry 4.0.

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News from Alnea

The beginning of the year we have in Alnea very busy. The activities planned by us have not changed. The calendar of activities for the first six months is already quite substantial, mainly due to the various initiatives in which we will participate.


V Conference Automation and Robotization 5-6 October Ostróda

The next edition of the conference will take place in October, but we are already waiting for applications from Partners, Exhibitors and Sponsors. As usual, we are working to make the V Conference Automation and Robotization on October 5-6 Ostróda even more interesting:

– 2 exhibition days

– Open Day Say hello to the robot

– PLC programming competition for students

– #A&R Conference



ELEKTRON SHOW is an event organized by the Electronic and Telecommunications Schools in Olsztyn. Alnea as a partner company attends job fairs and other events. We also accept apprentices and interns from Elektronic. It is also a partner school as part of the planned EDIH.


Alnea jako the consortium leader  has already submitted an application for the creation of EDIH (European Digital Innovation Hub).  The North-Eastern Technology Center (NETC) brings together companies such as Alnea, Erko, DIH4AI, 4NETWORKERS in cooperation with Elektronik, the University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn and  the Ełk Science and Technology Park.



Alena, as a member of the FAIRP Forum for Automation and Polish Robotics, works for the popularization of technological changes. We invite you to visit the Association’s website – there you can find the latest information on the relief for robotization.


Global Kom Fair in Paris – 17-20.05

We are going to several different trade fairs this year. The Internationalization project, in which we participate thanks to the cooperation of the Metalworking Cluster, starts with Global Kom in Paris.  On May 17-20 you will be able to visit us in Hall 5.


Hannover Messe  30.05-02.06

We will also be present at the Hanover Tarach on 30.05-02.06. You can find us in Hall 6.


Automatica Fair in Munich 21-24.06

At all foreign fairs we will present our solutions in the field of vision systems used in robotics. In Munich, our stand will be in Hall A4.


Conference in Bialystok 23-24.06

Also at the end of June, the International Scientific Conference Challenges in Management of Economy 4.0 will be held, in which Alnea is a Technology Partner. During the two-day event, it will be possible to participate in lectures, study visits and an exhibition of technologies in the field of Industry 4.0. smart city, digital transformation and innovation.

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5 levels of automation

The last few years have brought us an incredible increase in automation in the service sector. Digital transformation has also strongly affected some industries – especially food. Manufactured products must be of good quality, be diverse and tailored to the needs of the customer, and the fact that these change quickly so we need for flexibility. The 5 levels of automation present the perspective of the company’s development, from manual processes through the gradual increase of robotization, to the harmonious autonomy of all systems.



Company diagnosis

To start the transformation towards Industry 4.0, it is first necessary to make a diagnosis of the company in terms of process advancement and digital maturity. You can also create the entire Roadmap to Industry 4.0, i.e. the entire strategy of the company’s development towards the implementation of an appropriate business model and new technologies.

5 levels of automation

  1. Manual production

Manual production is characterized by companies in which the machine of automation. The processes take place without integration, the data is collected in paper form and then entered into a spreadsheet.

Actions are based on strict procedures, manual actions.

  1. The beginnings of automation

Machines appear, simple conveyors, but they are unitary. Implementation of new devices is difficult because it requires greater qualifications from operators and new procedures. The data is still collected in paper form.  This level is often characterized by randomness – purchases of new machines are not dictated by the development strategy.

  1. Process development

More machines mean more advanced procedures, faster product manufacturing and greater repeatability. Automated value chains are emerging. At this stage, the company should already have a whole development and transformation strategy in place to avoid unnecessary or unsuccessful investments.

  1. Advanced automation

Processes and machines are arranged in specific cycles, are measurable, standardized and repeatable. The data is collected digitally and processed in such a way as to improve production. Employees mainly deal with processes that are difficult to automate, but their main task is to supervise the work of machines.

  1. Full integration of machines, processes and people

Full integration of  machines, processes and people is Industry 4.0. Machines and robots as well as automated production lines cover almost 100% of processes. The integration also includes production data collected in BigData and processed in the cloud. Scalability of production is possible at the highest level of quality.  Humans continue to control machines and processes and create new quality in value chains.


Other determinants of modern automation

The history of automation is over 100 years old. Since then, business models, technologies and supply chains have changed. What are the determinants of modern automation?

– Closed circulation of raw materials (water, energy, etc.)

– Energy efficiency

– Intelligent production

– Digitization of production, administrative and office processes

– Cybersecurity

– Leadership, project management and development strategy

– Employee education

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Production processes – factory automation

Production processes are all activities related to the production of products. These include the gradual completion or creation of the expected product in accordance with the design or process assumptions.


Types of production

The production of products is linked to a value chain that includes supply, technological processes, transport and storage. Types of production can be differentiated by nature, location or volume.

Production lines

The organization of processes is arranged sequentially,where subsequent stages follow each other, finally giving the finished product. Production lines can be manual, semi-automatic or fully automated and robotic. Highly efficient lines are usually geared towards the production of one or several different products. Efficiency comes from the speed of individual processes, and the transformation of tools to different products affects volumes. Lines that are adapted to the production of different products must be equipped with additional equipment that will allow them to handle products that differ, for example, in size.

                                Production is flexible

An example of such a solution is a line for the installation of lighting lamps. On a conveyor with several different stations, you can put one of the many types of positioning trolleys, which are adapted to specific lamp sizes. In this way, production is flexible and more products can be added – all you have to do is design and manufacture a new typeofproduct.

                               Nest production

Nest production is a more flexible variant of a traditional production line. Individual workstations or process stations are not permanently bound by the flow of the product. This means that we can produce different types and types of products by changing the order of the stations. This type of production is possible if some technological processes do not have to follow each other.


Our nest production concept has been applied to a factory in the furniture industry. We have unified all robotic stations, so they can be rearranged according to your needs. The most common products are manufactured on thehi-runnerline. On the other hand, all the others can be produced flexibly  by making  sockets in individual technological lines.

                                 Diffuse generation

Distributed production proved itself in the era of the pandemic, when various industries suffered from lockdown  or lack of raw materials. This type of manufacturing is not tied to a specific place. Based on 3D models, production can be subcontracted depending on the availability of human and material resources. This is where 3D printing and, for example, laser cutting work great. Distributed production allows you to save your own resources and make the customer independent of suppliers. New technologies  help to produce more and faster, but in this case the emphasis should be on the security of our data – i.e. digital libraries and data transfer, for example.


Production processes

Production processes

– mechanical – completing and assembling, twisting, assembly, cleaning, labeling

– chemical – gluing, dispensing  liquids and gaskets, UV curing, painting

– permanent joining of elements – welding, soldering

– machining – CNC, grinding

– testing – mechanical,pneumatic, electrical, EOL

– natural – resulting from the natural action of the forces of nature – drying, cooling, etc.

Production processes – preparation of raw materials, transport, packaging and palletizing.

How do we do it at Alnea? We have extensive experience in implementing production processes on automatic lines. The Horus 3D vision system developed by us allows for offsetting of production processes and additionally image analysis and control, which allows you to maintain the highest standards and key performance indicators – KPIs (Key Performance Indicators).

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News from Alnea

In recent months, we could not complain about the excess  of free time. Apart from the IV Conference Automation and Robotics in Industry, there was a lot going on.


Top Industry Diamonds

October 27

Alnea was nominated for Top Industry Diamonds. It is a great distinction to be among such companies as Balluff  or  Fanuc.


Warsaw Industry  Week


8th-10th November

Warsaw Industry Week is a very fast-growing trade fair in Poland. We could not miss them. Our stand could be visited in the zone of the Metalworking Cluster, of which Alnea is a member.

At the same time, the fair is accompanied by various conferences. Krzysztof Kamiński – CEO of Alnea had the opportunity to present the presentation”Virtual modeling of production processes as the first step to creating a digital twin”during the IV Edition of the Conference  “INSTRUMENTS OF INDUSTRY 4.0”.



Congress of the Future

The Congress of the Future is one of the most interesting initiatives of Jarosław Tokarczyk from the WM Group. It brings together activists, activists, local government officials, business people and local associations. The congress discusses topics related to health, personal development, technologies and the region.

Alnea participated on November 18 in the fifth edition of the Congress. We arrived with our mobile robot to the robotics zone, where our partners from ERKO and KUKA were also located.




Krzysztof Kamiński as the president of Alnea, but also the initiator of the Association for the Support of Entrepreneurship in Warmia, Mazury and Powiśle – Inceptum, together with Vice President Patryk Jabłoński led a discussion panel Green Automation and Digitization.




VII Congress of KUKA Integrators

As a partner of KUKA, we visited the headquarters of the orange robot supplier in Tychy. On November 25, we took part in a conference dominated by topics related to robotics, safety and control.  In the evening, a ceremonial banquet was held, at which the best integrators of the year were honored. Alnea has already stood on the podium twice – in 2016 and in 2019.  The performance was graced by Rafał Rutkowski’s standup, so it was really fun.

The way to success

In 2020, we received an award in the “Chance for success” competition, and along with the award, congratulations from the President of the Republic of Poland – Andrzej Duda. On December 14, Krzysztof Kamiński will take part in a discussion panel at the conference “Factors and barriers to success on examples of projects awarded over a period of 20 years in the nationwide competition “A way to success”.

Alnea on 1st place “Way to success” – Congratulations from President of Poland



We are constantly working with consortium members – WM Group, UWM, Erko in creating documentation for the application for the creation of EDIH. The European  Digital  Innvation  Hub has a chance to be created in our province, so you keep your fingers crossed.



That’s not all. Alnea became a member of the Forum of Automation and Polish Robotics. Together with such companies as Astor, AIUT, under the leadership of Marek Gabryś, Tomasz Haiduk  and Stefan Życzkowski, we want to work to popularize robotics. And the entry of the New Deal with relief for robotization will only help us in this.


Alnea always at full speed.

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The 4th Conference Automation and Robotics of Industry

The 4th Conference Automation and Robotization of Industry is the largest event of this type in North-Eastern Poland. Targeted at manufacturing companies and integrators, it offers a high substantive level of knowledge about implementing innovations in factories. Automation and robotization are an important direction of changes that are so important for regional companies that want to remain competitive on the Polish and global market.


Our Mission

We want to bring the knowledge of A&R closer to the entrepreneurs of our region and neighboring voivodeships so that more and more companies gain knowledge on how to adapt their production to the requirements of the modern market. We focus on the practical aspects of development towards automation and digitization as well as specific, already implemented technological solutions.

Main topics

Managing competences in Industry 4.0. Janusz Jakiela KUKA

Monitoring the condition of machines, Daniel Oszczeda Balluff

Feeding systems in the production process – flex feeding. Mateusz Gierczak, GM Automatyka

Internationalisation of companiec. Sebastian Rynkiewicz, Metalprocessing Cluster

This year we propose two conference days. October 13 will be an open day for children, parents, automation and robotics enthusiasts and hobbyists. October 14 will be a day of lectures and screenings that will be streamed live by Gazeta Olsztynska on Social Media. All materials will be later available on the website in the knowledge base and on YouTube.


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