PCN Europe spoke to Hubertus von Monschaw, Global Director Trade Fair and Product Management HANNOVER MESSE at Deutsche Messe AG, about the current challenges facing the industry and HANNOVER MESSE 2024.
As a pillar of the global economy, the process industry is facing major challenges: high energy consumption and high use of fossil fuels, rising energy costs and stricter legal regulations make the decarbonization of the industry increasingly urgent. In order to achieve CO2 reductions and higher energy efficiency in their own operations, it is essential that companies drive the digitalization and automation of their entire production process. Author: Axel Lorenz, CEO Process Automation, Siemens
With the intrinsically safe Smart-Ex® 03, Pepperl+Fuchs presented a 5G and Wi-Fi 6 ready smartphone at Hannover Messe 2023. In the 6-inch Android smartphone, Pepperl+Fuchs combines its global, customer-oriented support with the know-how of its subsidiaries ECOM Instruments as a pioneer in intrinsically safe mobile devices and Aava Mobile as an expert in industrial tablets and wireless technology....
Even under normal conditions it is not simple to always have the right motor on hand to address a wide range of applications. It is all that much more difficult in large chemical companies if several thousand drives have to be kept running around the clock in harsh explosive environments. In the future, one of the largest chemical companies in the world will be depending on a team of external specialists and the comprehensive range of Simotics XP explosion-protected motors from Siemens.
The new joint venture company, created by Haver & Boecker and Windmöller & Hölscher to officially seal their historical collaboration, will include both companies' porfolio of filling technology, palletizing and load securing technology
Shorter product cycles, a changing raw material base, more individualized customer demands – the process industry is facing a range of challenges. Modularization is one approach that helps move the process industry into the “4.0” age
For a service provider in Düren, Germany, an automation retrofit includes secured remote access to ensure high equipment availability. To that end, the firm relies on Security Modules and a new Network Management Platform