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Sought-after partner in automation and digitization

Published 05.10.2017

At Schweissen & Schneiden 2017 in Düsseldorf, the focus was on products for the automation and digitization of production. Numerous members of Industry Business Network 4.0 presented innovative solutions and became sought-after contacts for trade visitors and the media. In particular, the association presented a new brochure that links print products and the digital world using Augmented Reality.

 

Approximately 50,000 visitors took advantage of the four-yearly trade fair in Düsseldorf to find out more from 1,000 exhibitors from more than 40 countries about innovations along the entire production chain of the joining, separating and coating industry.

 

Special focus on: New solutions for automation and digitization of production in the spirit of Industry 4.0. Numerous members of the association also presented innovations to make production even more flexible and to further increase production speed but also to better monitor and control processes.

 

The following member companies were also present: Kemppi Oy, Kemper GmbH, Kjellberg Finsterwalde GmbH, SigmaNEST Systems GmbH, Böckelt GmbH Lagersysteme, TEKA Absaug- und Entsorgungstechnologie GmbH, Lissmac Maschinenbau GmbH, IBEDA Sicherheitsgeräte und Gastechnik GmbH & Co. KG and MicroStep Europa GmbH.

Expert discussion on the topic Industry 4.0 at DVS-TV Messetalk  
With Erwin Telöken (left, TEKA) and Konstantin Kernschmidt (2nd from left, MicroStep Europa), two members were part of the panel of experts at DVS-TV Messetalk on "Industry 4.0 - What's really in it?"

 

The representatives of the member companies were sought-after contacts: Numerous visitors took the opportunity to inform themselves about the association at the individual stands. In addition, the media also showed a great deal of interest in the association, its individual members and its representatives as experts. Erwin Telöken (Managing Director TEKA Absaug- und Entsorgungstechnologie GmbH) and Konstantin Kernschmidt (Project Manager Industry 4.0 MicroStep Europa GmbH) were two members of the DVS-TV Messetalk expert panel. Together with Jens Schleicher (Abicor Binzel) and Roland Schick (Fronius), the two were interviewed by moderator Nadine Pungs on the topic "Industry 4.0 - What does it really mean?''

 

A completely new brochure was presented to trade visitors at the member stands. Thanks to Augmented Reality and the "Industry Business Network App", the brochure makes the goals of the association and the added value to be generated tangible for customers and links the print product with the digital world.

 

For more information see video below or contact any of the member companies