23RD SAMOTER INNOVATION AWARD. THE FUTURE OF CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY TAKES THE STAGE
winners in the competition’s various categories, plus three special mentions
and a special prize for design.
or electric machinery developed for earth moving and various applications in
the world of hoisting/lifting. Technologies that improve operator safety and
comfort are aspects that can make all the difference on construction sites all
over the world. New IT systems and software ensuring better production process
are some of the solutions in the limelight at the 23rd SaMoTer Innovation
Awards organised by Italy’s most important exhibition dedicated to earthmoving,
site and construction machinery, scheduled 21-25 March at Veronafiere
winners of the competition received their awards during the SaMoTer B2Press
networking event involving exhibiting companies and the trade press, part of
the run-up to the 31st edition of the show.
SaMoTer Innovation Award has the dual objective of acknowledging investments by
companies to develop cutting-edge machinery and technologies at the same time
as providing sector operators and the technical press an opportunity to keep abreast
of innovations and stay up to date with the technical-construction developments
involving site machinery.
was delighted to see that the SaMoTer Innovation Award attracted impressive
participation even by leading global manufacturers, who are always keen to gain
ground in terms of competitiveness,” said Costantino Radis, sector
journalist and Chairman of the Jury for the SaMoTer Innovation Award. “This
once again confirms SaMoTer’s vocation as a platform for international
promotion capable of accompanying and supporting progress in the sector. The
success of the 2020 Awards is the result of teamwork involving not only the
organisers of SaMoTer but also all the members of the jury who, thanks to their
skills and authority, helped keep interest among machinery builders very much
jury comprised university professors, researchers, technicians and experts in
the sector of proven experience: Costantino Radis (specialist journalist and
Chairman), Massimo Bardissone (mechanical engineer), Elena Lovera
(entrepreneur), Michela Magnanimo (nuclear engineer), Jean Noël Onfield
(technical journalist), Sebastiano Pelizza (emeritus professor), Marco Prosperi
(specialist in the rental sector), Massimiliano Ruggeri (researcher) Alberto
Seco (industrial designer) and Lucas Manuel Varas Vilachàn (technical
jury announced thirteen winners this year in the following categories:
hydraulic excavators, wheel loaders, telehandlers, attachments, software
applications, plant, cranes and industrial applications. In addition, three
special mentions and a Design Prize were also awarded.
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