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Process Monitoring – from Data Assessment to Visualisation

Cluster Mechatronik & Automation has welcomed 30 participants at Augsburg Technology Center for its first Open Seminar with focus on the analysis of processes and how to make them visible, e.g. through the use of VirtualReality.
Lecturers from Germany, Italy, Austria as well as the Czech Republic gave thrilling insights into the current challenges and possibilities of modern technology in manufacturing processes.
The participants from manufacturing companies and research institutions made good use of the international knowledge transfer and engaged in fruitful conversations discussing new innovation service models on a transnational scale.

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From Process Data Acquisition to Cyber Security

Digitization in the manufacturing industry not only brings challenges but also opportunities. Many companies are busy making existing systems fit for Industry 4.0.

The Mechatronics Cluster visited B&R Industrie 4.0 factory, where attendees of the event got to know a solution for transforming existing facilities into smart factories.

During the factory tour through the Industry 4.0 factory of B & R, the participants of the event immersed themselves in the entrepreneurial practice and learned about the B & R production processes and systems. "At our events, looking at the practice is always very important. B2B discussions, networking and cooperation are an important basis for innovation" says Paireder.

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Elmar Paireder

Cluster Management, Mechatronics Cluster

Most of the existing plants will be in operation for another decade or two, so adopting smart automation solutions can unlock the potential for optimization and save terrific costs.

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Thomas Zirngast

Sales Engineer at B&R

Industrial IoT solutions offer advantages for both new machinery and equipment (greenfields) as well as existing legacy systems (brownfield).

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Laurin Dörr

Research Associate at Deggendorf Institute of Technology

Current threats of cyber attacks on industrial plants

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Additive Manufacturing

Centre for Advanced Manufacturing Technologies - Fraunhofer Project Center CAMT-FPC from Wroclaw University of Science and Technology together with the NUCLEI project team organized Additive Manufacturing Meeting.

There were 140 participants (including representatives of 40 industrial companies), 15 exhibitors and 18 speakers i.e. from Germany and Italy. 28 guests of the event participated also in the special NUCLEI workshop on innovative technologies in industry.

Participants were also provided with information regarding the benefits and goals of the NUCLEI project which seems to have aroused their interest!

28 participants

from research organizations and industrial companies exchanged experiences and discussed their needs and competences

6 thematic fields

Additive Manufacturing, Industry 4.0, Open Innovation, Production Processes, Materials and Robotics

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