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Ocrim displays its immersive reality project,
which allows users to virtually experience the
inside of a roller mill. The technology earned
Ocrim the Best Product Showcase Award at
"Culturally, the companies are the
same and we have the same goals and
There's a big opportunity to modernize and update the grain and milling industries' aging infrastructure,
"There are a lot of requirements
that are driving modernization in the
mills," he said. "It's a great time to be
starting a partnership like this."
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products. There is also demand from
niche markets for products that answer
allergy issues, and ancient grains.
"We're using some of the current
technology to mill the ancient grains
into new old products," Marriott said.
New innovations are being introduced for remote access, he said. With
that technology, Satake's engineers
can tap into a machine and help with
issues an operator is having.
"Rather than jumping on a plane,
we can give advice from a distance,"
Marriott said. "It's about getting machines up and running."
OCRIM RECEIVES HONOR
Ocrim received the IAOM 2018 Best
Product Showcase Award for its immersive reality project that allows
users to virtually experience the inside of a roller mill. The Ocrim team
showed the immersive reality project
to millers who visited their booth and
let them experience the virtual experience of being inside an Ocrim roller
mill and interact with the machine.
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