Excellence in engineering with ITQ and partners at IT2Industry
In the age of the Internet of Things and Industry 4.0, the networking of technologies, systems and persons is a central prerequisite. What suitable ‘excellent engineering’ should look like is shown by the company ITQ and partners at IT2Industry. The International Trade Fair and Open Conference takes place on June 21– 24, 2016 in Munich.
The keywords of the Industrial Internet of Things also include engineering. Here the development of mechatronic products must take place fast and in high quality in order for companes to stay competitive under increased innovation and cost pressure. As to what measures they should take and which solutions are most suitable for ‘excellent engineering’, this is shown by ITQ at its joint stand at IT2Industry@AUTOMATICA.
On an area of 100m², famous companies from various sectors like IT and automation present their products for the Industrial Internet of Things. Already sure to take part are:
Consultancy and support for companies in machinery and plant engineering during all phases of the software development: analysis, design, implementation, testing and commissioning. Specializes in systems and software engineering.
The AMK Group, a family-owned company with headquarters in Kirchheim/Teck, Germany, has been one of the market and technology leaders in the electric drive technology, control technology, industrial automation engineering, and automotive areas for more than five decades.
For more than 45 years Bachmann has been accelerating the progress in automation technology. Our leading position in the area of renewable energies, including no. 1 in wind automation, and our presence in the machine tool and marine industries are the visible result of consistent development work.
Beckhoff implements open automation systems by means of PC-based control engineering. Its range of products comprise the principal areas of industrial PC, I/O and fieldbus components, drive engineering and automation software.
Bosch Rexroth is one of the leading specialists worldwide in drive and control technologies. Bosch Rexroth is a partner for Mobile Applications, Machinery Applications and Engineering, Factory Automation and Renewable Energies.
B&R combines CNC, robotics and motion control on a software platform (GMC), thus increasing the efficiency of machinery and plant. In addition, GMC integrates seamlessly into the machine application so that it allows individual adaptation to the respective case use.
For more than 10 years Centigrade has been committed to excellence in usability engineering, user interface design and user interface engineering. The company supports its clients in creating software products of high usability, visual attractiveness and technical elegance.
MathWorks is the leading developer of mathematical computing software for engineers and scientists. Founded in 1984, MathWorks employs over 3000 people in 15 countries, with headquarters in Natick, Massachusetts, U.S.A.
Mitsubishi Electric is one of the world leaders in production and distribution of electrical and electronic products and systems for the most diverse areas and applications.
From A to Z, Siemens is the world’s single-source leader of automation technology products engineered and manufactured for all industrial sectors. Our best-in-class automation technology products are designed to perfectly match all of your requirements — and are enhanced by extensive training, service and support.
Software Factory develops customized and efficient software solutions and products that meet the requirements of big companies and larger SMEs. Among its customers are enterprises from the industrial sectors of automotive, machinery and plant engineering.
Xcelgo provides virtual automation software and consulting services for 3D modeling along the life cycle of automated material handling systems. We cover several industries including manufacturing & assembly, baggage handling, distribution centers and robotics.
Also at the joint stand, ITQ presents the ‘Showcase Mi5’ project. Beginning with an order from a food products group, students of mechanical engineering, electrical engineering and informatics at TU Munich constructed a modular demonstration plant that produces cocktails and biscuit sandwiches in different process steps. Visitors to the trade fair have the possibility of interacting with the plant ‘live’ at the exhibition stand.