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ready for smart – does that make sense in offshore applications?

Richard Habering | 26. May 2020

Offshore – where service work costs millions: is that really necessary? Energy supply at drilling rigs, construction machines and shore power applications – cold, wet, dirty and heavy. Real stress for thick cables, hard hoses, but also for sensitive bus and data cables. Too much stress leads to breakages – which usually cost a lot […]

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ready for smart – does that make sense in offshore applications?

Richard Habering | 19. May 2020

Offshore – where service work costs millions: is that really necessary? Energy supply at drilling rigs, construction machines and shore power applications – cold, wet, dirty and heavy. Real stress for thick cables and hard hoses, but also for sensitive bus and data cables. Too much stress leads to breakages – which usually cost a […]

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Industry 4.0 and the energy chain.

Richard Habering | 24. April 2020

How does a 50-year-old energy chain fit into Industry 4.0, the future-oriented project of comprehensively digitalising industrial production? To hold your own in international business competition, it is necessary to be intimately familiar with what your customers want. Technologies Production for individual customers at low prices with short delivery times can often be achieved only […]

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Intelligent machine tools and linear robots prevent expensive downtime

Lukas Czaja | 1. April 2020

Reliability is top priority in the automotive industry. This is especially true of engine production, which is highly automated. The production system is like a complex gearbox. With countless intermeshed gears. Tool machines are connected via linear robots to create linked production lines. Technologies such as milling, turning, and drilling give the engine block its […]

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