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#11 Web Visualization | November 4, 2020

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Modern machine visualization in practice: Brink & Lenze

Today's interactions such as wiping, zooming and swiping have long since arrived in the industrial environment. The present design philosophy focuses on user-friendliness and technically driven developments are increasingly becoming a thing of the past.

Machine builders want to offer their customers a modern machine visualization that enables an optimal "user experience" and thus ensures smooth machine operation and safe operation.

How can machine builders implement this in concrete terms? When are web-based visualization solutions the tool of choice? And what does it actually look like, the "perfect" user interface?

This is exactly what we talk about in this webcast with the machine manufacturer Brink and the web visualization experts from Lenze. The Dutch-based manufacturer of automation systems for the injection moulding industry has completely rethought its operating concept and implemented it with Lenze.

Talking to you: 

Henrie Meijer
Manager Automation Department at Brink

Dr. Julia Jürgens
Software Developer​ at Lenze

Jannis Pille
Product Manager Automation Systems​ at Lenze

#10 Decentralized drive technology | October 28, 2020

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Decentralized frequency inverters - the perfect supplement

Who does not know, rough environmental conditions like dust and wetness, but nevertheless the machine must function reliably and perfectly.

Under such conditions, decentralized installed drive technology can be a decisive advantage. This webcast will show how increasing customer requirements can be realized quickly and efficiently with a customized machine, and explain the trend towards a growing, decentralized installed base.

On October 28, our experts explained to you what effects this will have on existing and new machine generations to be planned, and what recommendations for action can be derived from them.

Talking to you: 

Ueli Allenspach
Productmanager Industrial Drives, Lenze Switzerland

Wolfgang Krauss
Sales representative, Lenze Vertrieb GmbH, Germany

#9 Virtual Commissioning | Webcast from June 24, 2020

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From the simulation to the production of machines and systems

Implementing customer-specific machines with ever-increasing software complexity in less time and avoiding cost-intensive rework during commissioning – how can this be achieved?

In this webcast, Lenze shows how virtual commissioning enables interdisciplinary development and, above all, how control and IOT software can be tested and validated on a virtual machine in early concept and development phases. In future, this will provide OEMs with extended possibilities of digital engineering in the design, development and production of machines and systems – and can thus reduce costs and time-to-market.

This session will focus on which options and tools are available for this, what concrete support Lenze offers here and how small and medium-sized companies can also integrate them advantageously into existing processes.

Talking to you: 

Dr. Heiko Stichweh
Head of R&D Innovation at Lenze

Thibault Herrmann
System Engineer at Lenze​

#8 Condition Monitoring | Webcast from June 17, 2020

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Real-time monitoring of machines today and in the future

Collecting and interpreting the available data is already a sound way of monitoring the condition of machines. This requires a deeper understanding of the machines and processes so as to generate meaningful information from the "bare" data. Analyses based on Machine Learning (ML) and AI can help identify anomalies faster.

In our webcast, we also explain the model and data-based approach to analyzing the condition of machines, or the question of where the data can be evaluated – in the controller or cloud.

We also present how the drive can become a sensor and how you can easily implement condition monitoring and obtain comprehensive information on the "state of health" of your machines and systems without additional, cost-increasing sensor technology.

Or, why not take the opportunity now to optimize your machines and plants sustainably?

Talking to you: 

Klaas Nebuhr​

Senior Vice President Sales and Marketing at encoway GmbH

Patrick bruder ​
Business Development Manager Automation at Lenze ​

#7 Digital Engineering | Webcast from June 10, 2020

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Efficient end-to-end processes – from the initial idea to the commissioning and operation of the machine

In the age of Industry 4.0, machine builders and producers are facing great challenges: digitization efforts of companies often do not ignite properly and often do not get beyond a pilot phase. At the same time, many companies are experiencing a shortage of skilled workers in key disciplines, which is why there is often a lack of software developers in the engineering departments of machine manufacturers.

Digital transformation depends on the closer linkage of available data – not only during ongoing production, but already during the development of machines and systems.

This live webcast focuses on the options and tools available for this and how they can be integrated advantageously into existing processes.

Or, why not take the opportunity now to optimize your machines and plants sustainably?

Talking to you:  Burkhard Balz​
                            Senior Vice President Automation Systems at Lenze

                            Olaf Götz ​
                            Head of R&D Solution ​Tools at Lenze​

#6 Energy efficiency –​ Ecodesign Directive | Webcast from June 3, 2020

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Another challenge for mechanical engineering

Energy efficiency is becoming an increasingly important topic in mechanical engineering and is currently gaining additional relevance due to global developments and concrete legal requirements. In our live webcast we will illuminate and discuss this topics:​

How do global climate agreements influence legislation and how do they actually affect everyday life?​

Which framework conditions apply where and what do they mean, for example, in an international context? ​

How can you efficiently meet the new challenges of the ErP Directive by the July 2021 deadline and, above all, what can you do to remain competitive? ​

Or, why not take the opportunity now to optimize your machines and plants sustainably?

Talking to you:  Florian Breker​
                            Product Manager Mechatronic at Lenze

                            Konstantin Wagner ​
                            Key Account Manager at Lenze

#5 Asset Administration Shell |Webcast from May 27, 2020

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Heading towards Industry 4.0

The Asset Administration Shell (AAS): theoretical concept or genuine support in industrial automation? ​

Our experts say: Industry 4.0 is only made possible with AAS and discuss this in detail in our live webcast.​

The AAS collects the relevant data for each asset, e.g. descriptions of the mechanical-electrical properties, documentation and certificates, software, behavioral description. This information pool serves as a basis for applications within the framework of Industry 4.0 and must follow standards to enable cross-manufacturer cooperation and communication.​

So there is no Industry 4.0 without AAS! The webcast also discusses a concrete example of the consistent use of data, which is made possible by using Lenze EASY System Designer, for example. ​

Talking to you:  Falk Vespermann
                          Global Segment Manager​ at Lenze

                          Denis Göllner​
                          Expert Digital Twin at Lenze

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#4 Digital Services | Webcast from May 20, 2020

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From digital inventory to the sustainably secure operation of machines and systems

This talk is interesting for operators of production facilities and plants as well as for machine builder.​

Because the avoidance of unplanned machine downtimes and production losses is a critical point in order to counteract ever increasing cost pressure. ​How can data on the installed equipment base contribute to overall cost reduction?

How do digital services of a machine manufacturer optimize the added value of its customers and what should be considered? ​

Our live webcast focuses on possible solutions and options for action to sustainably improve your competitiveness by using or offering digital service solutions.

Talking to you:  André Luhmann
                          Product Manager ​Service​ at Lenze

                          Thomas Johnsen
                          Head of Sales at logicline GmbH

#3 Future-proof automation systems | Webcast from May 13, 2020

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Tailored to your machine.

​Individualization, digitalization and resource gaps characterize the market environment in the mechanical engineering sector. How can you as a mechanical engineering company master these challenges and secure your competitive advantages in the long term? How can future-proof system solutions for your machine or plant support you in this?

Talking to you:  Roland Dunker
                          Product Manager Automation Systems at Lenze

                          Michael Vogtherr
                          Head of System Project Support at Lenze

#2 Plug & Produce | Webcast from May 6, 2020

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The Smart Factory is getting closer.

Industry 4.0, digitalization, IIoT have been on everyone's lips for years - the only thing missing so far is the implementation of concrete and integrated solutions that really enable more flexible and productive manufacturing. But the pressure is increasing: More individualization, smaller batch sizes, more frequent configuration changes, the production line should be as cost efficient as possible.

A great challenge, no question!

This talk will focus on the solution: Plug & Produce.

Talking to you:

Patrick Bruder
Business Development Manager Automation at Lenze

Markus Kiele-Dunsche
Global Expert Engineering and Automation/ Innovation at Lenze

You can also find more detailed information on this topic in our whitepaper 

Plug & Produce for the Smart Factory
Lenze Knowledge #9

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#1 Digital challenge in mechanical engineering | Webcast from April 29, 2020

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The digital transformation: Long known, ​ but do you act accordingly?

What are the decisive preconditions for the effective use of this enormous potential? And: What are the consequences for machine manufacturers? This talk will focus on the most important success factors and pragmatic steps for decision makers in mechanical engineering.

Talking to you:  Dr. Hans Egermeier
                          Management Consultant​ in automation technology

                          Martijn Theunissen​
                          Global Head of Application & Support at Lenze

​ You can also find more detailed information on this topic in our whitepaper

The digital challenge
Lenze Knowledge #1

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