In addition to Daniel Cruz, director of Government Affairs of Schneider Electric, Mexico and Central America, and Felipe Rivera, general director of Mitsubishi Electric Automation, companies that will participate in the Hannover Messe of Mexico, and all agreed on the strengthening of digitization, cybersecurity and reduce the carbon footprint.
Rock recalled that one of the objectives of Zoom at Hannover Messe is to focus on big users.
“We are focusing on large companies because they learned that with the pandemic the hybrid model is here to stay,” mainly to optimize the production processes and value chains of companies, explained the manager.
For his part, Cruz reported that Schneider Electric estimates to invest 100 million dollars in Mexico in different generation projects, electrical storage and reconfiguration of some plants.
In addition, he rejected that the change in public policies by the current government in energy matters modifies its investment plans committed to Mexico.
Meanwhile, Rivera, CEO of Mitsubishi Electric, stressed that despite the pandemic they achieved growth during 2020 and 202130% in the digital transformation segment and 60% in cybersecurity.
“Now, we must make production processes more efficient, because if we want to achieve digital transformation, we must rethink the way we consume, the pandemic changed the forms of production processes and their optimization,” said Rivera.