CIP4’s Print Automation Park Draws Enthusiastic Exhibitor Response for drupa 2012
WASHINGTON, DC—Feb. 27, 2012—The International Cooperation for the Integration of the Processes in Prepress, Press and Postpress (CIP4) organization announced that signups by exhibitors for its Print Automation Park at drupa 2012 have exceeded expectations, prompting the need to expand the exhibit area in the drupa innovation park (dip). Presently, there are 20 companies—representing a wide range of print automation solutions—planning to exhibit, with several others expressing interest.
Products to be demonstrated will span from prepress and MIS to printing and finishing, including solutions from leading automation experts such as Metrics, Gamsys, and Lithotechnics. Several new JDF integrations will be highlighted. CIP4 will host a central “information hub” and representatives will be on hand to answer questions on JDF implementation and ROI, with findings from their soon-to-be published worldwide print automation survey.
CIP4 programming for drupa 2012 will also include “Print Automation Live,” highlighting a wide range of JDF interoperability demonstrations throughout the drupa show floor, and the CIPPI Awards, presented on the dip center stage and recognizing those printers who have achieved major milestones in print automation. In keeping with their focus on new integrations/new milestones, CIP4 invites all printers with applications that range from traditional offset to packaging and wide format digital print to visit the Print Automation Park in Hall 7.0.
Here is the Rundown of CIP4 Programming at drupa 2012:
Print Automation Park
As a centerpiece for the drupa innovation park, the Print Automation Park will feature CIP4 members and their workflow partners showing JDF interoperability demonstrations designed to bring a higher level of print production efficiency and profitability to your press room. Printers are increasingly turning to JDF-enabled print automation to improve productivity and profitability with implementations, and JDF-enabled print automation has quickly become a mainstream print imperative for printers in North America, Europe and many other parts of the world.