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Sensors and antennas are best when integrated

In a project by the cluster of excellence it´s OWL, steute is currently testing the integration of sensors and antennas in the enclosures of control systems and user interfaces for industrial, as well as medical applications. A combination of laser-direct structuring and additive manufacturing is being used. The results are extremely promising.

Source: etz (11/2022)
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Digitalisation of safety technologies

As digitalisation progresses, cybersecurity is a major topic of discussion, and rightly so. Safety technologies have also moved on considerably in the course of this development. Dipl.-Ing. Rainer Lumme, Product Manager Extreme at steute Technologies, explains the changes in an interview with Andreas Mühlbauer.

Source: INDUSTRIAL Production (10/2022)
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Emergency pull-wire switch passes test in gravel plant

At a gravel plant in Vennebeck, gravel freshly extracted from the River Weser has to travel a considerable distance on conveyor belts from the floating-grab excavator to the processing and grading machinery. The responsible persons at the gravel plant are currently testing a new series of emergency pull-wire switches.

Source: GESTEINS Perspektiven (6/2022)
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Stock monitoring: remote materials requisition for efficient intralogistics

Uninterrupted monitoring of stock within the in-house material flow is a prerequisite if replenishments are to be needs-based. The usual enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems have some gaps which can be closed by opting for a remote automated materials requisition system.

Source: FUTURE MANUFACTURING (10/2022)
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Remotely controlled transparency - Towards the digital shop floor

When optimising in-house processes, a remotely controlled shop floor information system can be the solution to improving inventory management, e.g. of assembly components. It enables the complete inventory within eKanban systems and the "supermarkets" supplying the factory to be digitally visualised. The system is very versatile, not least due to its wide variety of available wireless sensors.

Source: MY FACTORY (09/2022)
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