Roboze, supplier of accurate 3D printers for metal replacement with super polymers and composite materials, was selected among hundreds of candidates as one of the World Economic Forum’s “Technology Pioneers”.
Technology Pioneers have been selected based on the community’s selection criteria, which includes innovation, impact and leadership as well as the company’s relevance with the World Economic Forum’s Platforms.
Roboze designs and manufactures accurate 3D printers for producing parts with super polymers and composite materials to replace metals in industries with extreme working conditions.
The main goal is to shape a new paradigm in digital manufacturing: Roboze Distributed Manufacturing that connects demand with supply, creating a distributed production model, which allows to produce avoiding waste, reducing shipments and CO2 emissions, bringing production back to the point of use.
The World Economic Forum’s Technology Pioneers are early to growth-stage companies from around the world that are involved in the use of new technologies and innovation that are poised to have a significant impact on business and society.
“We’re excited to welcome Roboze to our 2022 cohort of Technology Pioneers,” says Saemoon Yoon, Community Lead, Technology Pioneers, World Economic Forum. “Roboze and its fellow pioneers are at the forefront of industries that are critical to solving some of our world’s most complex issues today. We look forward to their contribution to the World Economic Forum in its commitment to improving the state of the world.”
With Roboze’s selection as Technology Pioneer, Alessio Lorusso, Founder&CEO, will be invited to participate at World Economic Forum activities, events and discussions throughout the year. Roboze will also contribute to Forum initiatives over the next two years, working with global leaders to help address key industry and societal issues.
“It’s great to be recognized as a pioneer by the World Economic Forum,” said Alessio Lorusso. “This new recognition is a confirmation that our R&D efforts and vision of a new way of manufacturing can improve the lives of many people, not only companies but also the whole society. We look forward to contributing to the Forum’s discussions on this challenge.”