Condition monitoring of machines in practice

Lenze shows at its roundtable at SPS Connect how to generate added value from "naked" data

Condition monitoring of machines in real time is of great interest to the machine building industry. This is because anomalies can be detected at an early and downtimes can thus be prevented.

Condition monitoring enables a more detailed description of the current condition of the machine based on already existing data.

The Roundtable at SPS Connect, on 24 November at 1 p.m., will bring together different perspectives along the supply chain.

Experts at the discussion are:

Christopher Kirsch, Team Lead BG.evolution, Beumer Group GmbH & Co. KG

Stefan Freudenthaler, Head of Automation Technology Digital Automation, REWE Group

Klaas Nebuhr, Head of Digital Portfolie, Lenze.Digital

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