According to DMG Mori in Germany, an adaptive Celos planning tool for decentralized production control will be highlighted in Hannover for the first time. An integral workflow for tool management from the cloud to CAM and simulation procedures along with CNC control will be presented by the company with Celos Digital Tooling. A new mobile user interface will be unveiled in the form of the new Pro Tab, which is said to open up the Celos world for the first time for both competitor products and machines from other fields of technology as well as for manual workplaces within the process chain. The new Net Box allows the seamless integration of the machines in higher-level network structures up to secure data interaction via cloud platforms and the Internet of Things. Celos is claimed to be developing from what was an app-based control and operation interface into a data-based, high-performance planning and control platform for the digital production of the future. In the words of the developers, in combination with digital software and service solutions, it is gradually being configured to become a comprehensive ecosystem with which customers can shape their futures both individually and holistically.
The "Highlights" are a small selection from the Technical Press Information (TPI) for EMO Hannover 2017 that has been compiled for you by scientific staff at the VDW.