With an export ratio of 97 per cent, it is clear in which direction this development is heading. The industry is becoming more international, as was also demonstrated by the approx. 150 participants at the industry meeting, which takes place every year at the Zollverein.
The VDW, together with its project partners, has developed the standardized umati (universal machine tool interface) interface for simple, secure data exchange between machines and IT systems. It is particularly important in the implementation of industry 4.0 in the factory. At the EMO Hannover 2019 trade visitors could experience live for the first time how umati machine data can be made usable. In this video you can hear voices about the implementation and future of umati.
The Belarusian metal industry must modernize in order to remain internationally competitive. From 6 to 10 July 2020, German technology providers will have the opportunity to make new business contacts. Registration deadline: 31 January 2020
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