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Vito Noto to present industrial design solutions at ITMA
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Nov '15
Vito Noto interface pictograms for textile machinery
Vito Noto interface pictograms for textile machinery
Vito Noto Industrial Design, a Switzerland based company that designs machinery with workstations, will be displaying its industrial design solutions for textile and allied industries at the upcoming international textile machinery fair ITMA, to be held from November 12-19 in Italian city of Milan.
 
Vito Noto will present industrial design solutions that facilitate communication between operators and machines in hall 7, booth F 104 at ITMA, the company said in a press release.
 
Over the last quarter of a century, Vito Noto has developed a specific design methodology to optimise the quality of work and therfore of the product for various industries, including the textile industry. Its skills range from the setting-up of new corporate images or optimising the existing ones with the desing of products, the definition of the interactive elements of medium and high complexity up to the development of pictographic alphabets to set machining programs and/or follow the production.
 
Together with its customers, Vito Noto has changed the traditional sectors by introducing, taking into consideration the operators, new colours and new forms through the development and application of new production techniques. The individuality of distinctive level and the increased interactive awareness of the operator are of key focus for the company.
 
Vito Noto works at improving the user experience by designing ergonomic and functional workstations. “It is indeed of decisive importance to make an intuitive and comfortable approach of the operator with the machines, which is the result of long and careful planning. It starts with sketches and takes life in a process of modifying and adapting until reaching the form, material and colour most suitable to their function,” according to the company.
 
“The continuous collaboration between engineering and design results in a constructive dialogue and a quality of development otherwise unattainable. The design also aims to guide companies in the creation of new and innovative products, assisting in all project phases, from the idea to engineering until handover to production,” it adds.
 
By implementing visual languages in its studio, the company facilitates communication between operators and machines, which the operator's life easier when using different machines through a consistent interface that includes textile-specific families of pictograms.
 
This benefits the employers, as it improves productivity as well as the quality of work, safety and therefore the well-being of the operator.  The design guides the operator and improves and facilitates his every day work. Structured languages allow, for example, to prevent from errors and help the operator in critical situations.
 
“I find it very important that the aesthetics materialises in the optimal usability at the workplace. Interactivity, ergonomics, efficiency, and safety are today indispensable values in the world of industrial products and production,” says Vito Noto. (RKS)
 

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