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Your weekly Lenze Live Webcast on the exciting topics in mechanical engineering.

​Discover. Discuss. Do.

The trends in mechanical engineering are challenging you more and more. For us, this is the basis for developing the right solutions for you.

No matter whether it's digitalization in the engineering process, securing and optimizing the ongoing operation of plants and machines or the requirements for future-proof and energy-efficient machines - get to know our innovations.

Use the live webcast for concrete questions and discussions.

Your next Lenze Live Webcast dates

Starting April 29, 2020. Every Wednesday.​
In the morning in German & in the afternoon in English: ​
30 minutes talk & 30 minutes chat. 

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Your Lenze Team

June 3, 2020

​#6 Energy efficiency –​ Ecodesign Directive

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?

Available sessions:

  • German: 11:30-12:30 (CEST)
  • English: 13:30-14:30 (CEST)

Talking to you:

Florian Breker
Product Manager Mechatronic at Lenze

Konstantin Wagner
​Key Account Manager at Lenze

June 10, 2020

#7 Digital Engineering

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.

Available sessions:

  • German: 11:30-12:30 (CEST)​
  • English: 13:30-14:30 (CEST)

Talking to you:

Burkhard Balz​
Senior Vice President Automation Systems ​ at Lenze

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