For a vendor of production technology, however, it is not sufficient to accentu-ate his profile on the market solely with high-tech capabilities. The conditions encountered at customers’ facilities are highly disparate. "Quite generally, the requirements that machine operators have to master are becoming progressively more extensive and more complex", says the VDW's Executive Director Schäfer. Quality assurance, documentation, machine monitoring and maintenance or assuring energy-efficient operations: these are just a few of the keywords in this context.
"Intelligence in Production" assists the operator to perform all his assigned tasks with maximised dependability, supported by tools like multimedial elements in the control system, web-based diagnostic systems, teleservice, innovative hotline concepts, and much, much more. In addition, specific training concepts assure the customer of the requisite skills in-house on a long-term basis as well.
Finally, the adaptation of intelligent assistance functions to suit the particular market concerned, alone or in conjunction with local vendors, is an invaluable unique selling point for a vendor. The EMO Hannover 2013 will reveal who is able to offer this.
In the next few days, the registration documents for the EMO Hannover will be sent out to more than 60 different countries.
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