Thanks you all for your visit. We are looking forward to see you next year at Hanover Fair 2020!
The motto of this year's Hannover Messe - Home of Industrial Pioneers - has long been a maxim that inspires the way our company works. We know that the development, construction and management of machines are becoming ever more complex and challenging. That is why we are providing advanced solutions now, today, with INTUITIVE AUTOMATION.
Here you can see once again what exciting topics were discussed at the trade fair:
The right system solution for any machine
Martin Kluge and Roland Dunker are your experts on this subject at our stand, and they can explain, for example, how our system can be flexibly adapted to your machine.
Modularisation and connectivity in software and hardware creates flexible solutions for tomorrow’s production lines
Patrick Bruder and Konrad Cop are your experts on this subject at our stand, and they can explain, for example, how our comprehensive domain knowledge of applications, software and hardware comes together in this solution.
Efficient end-to-end processes – from the initial idea to the commissioning and operation of the machine
Olaf Götz and Michael May are your experts on this subject at our stand, and they can explain, for example, how we can speed up your entire engineering process.
Complete solution with the Lenze automation system
Detlef Stork is your expert on this topic at our stand, and he can explain, for example, how the digital twin is used in commissioning a machine.
The new servo inverter i950: more than just a servo.
The new i950 combines modern servo technology with the automation of the system.
In addition to outstanding servo characteristics, the i950 implements six technology applications (TA):
This not only saves time, it also saves effort and costs.
Daniel Lindemann is your expert on this topic at our stand. He is the one to explain how Lenze opens a new chapter in automation.
Creating a detailed digital record of devices and components and managing them digitally – the basis for the sustainably secure operation of machines and systems
André Luhmann is your expert on this subject at our stand, and he can explain, for example, how you can quickly inventorise your assets with a smartphone app.
We drive your digital business
For machine manufacturers, machine operators and component
manufacturers: our digital portfolio and our solutions support the
entire product lifecycle, from engineering and product development
to variant management, variant sales and marketing, production, operation and service.
Other answers relating to digitalisation
Klaas Nebuhr and Edgar Schüber are your experts on this subject at our stand, and they can explain, for example, how your company too can successfully achieve digital transformation.
We are looking forward to your visit to our stand. Come and experience the latest innovations and enjoy the most delicious barista coffee on offer at the Hannover Messe.
Your Lenze Team
Here we use a model system to show you why direct current (DC) is seen as a key technology for the integration of energy storage systems and sources of regenerative energy in production processes, and what benefits there are for you as a machine manufacturer and plant operator in the open approach that we support.
DC-INDUSTRIE is a joint project funded by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy, and its aim is to reshape the energy supply of industrial plants by using a smart, open DC network and to digitalise the industrial energy supply architecture. Along with Lenze, 20 other industrial companies, four research institutes and the ZVEI are jointly working on this energy system of the future.
Using materials-handling applications from intralogistics, we show how cloud-based services and machine learning processes can make machine maintenance easier, increase machine availability, and minimise the cost of maintenance and repair.
The "it's OWL" (Intelligent Technical Systems OstWestfalen-Lippe) technology network consists of over 180 collaborating companies, universities, scientific competence centres, and companies with business links in the Ostwestfalen-Lippe region in Germany. The network has already implemented more than 50 projects as part of the German Federal Ministry for Education and Research clusters of excellence competition. Lenze is currently participating as a core company in 3 research projects relating to the digital twin, the interoperable digital infrastructure, and machine learning.
Lenze has been participating in a joint project to create new business models with a range of services and solutions to ensure the availability of industrial machines. The results conference will show what a systems provider like Lenze can contribute to the value-added network in order to organise the machine maintenance of the future efficiently.
InnoServPro is a joint project funded by the German Federal Ministry for Education and Research. Lenze subsidiary bhn is one of 13 industrial companies working with four research institutes on the development of innovative service products and new availability-oriented business models.