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Automation Technologies 2/2015

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Automation Technologies 2/2015

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EDITORIAL Impetus for global growth Dear readers, new products and innovative technologies are prerequisites for optimising future industrial production. This includes the development of sensor and communication networks, systems that ensure high data transparency, trackability and safety, as well as developments that permit well-structured visualisation of plant conditions as well as across the entire value-added process. In short: Digitalisation will bring with it further noticeable changes to processes and also for people and their working environments. We need to face these changes to keep up with competition. At the same time, it offers opportunities for sustainable growth. According to a study (2014) of German high-tech association Bitkom, an additional value-added potential of 78 Bn Euro is expected for Germany alone in the industries of engineering and plant construction, electrical engineering, automotive construction, chemistry, agriculture and information and communication technology by 2025. Hanover trade fair 2015 is a platform that will face the future of linked factory and industrial systems and the connected challenges and opportunities. As the globally most important industrial trade fair (13 - 17 April 2015), it presented, among others, the subjects of “Integrated Industry”, “Smart Factory” and “Embedded Systems” in an industry-comprehensive manner. It also introduces ways of how renewable energies and modern storage technologies can contribute to efficient production. Novelties from drive technology and components and services for wind energy provide impulses for global growth. Additionally, the foreign trade platform Global Business & Markets offers an outstanding forum for international contacts. USA, Japan, BRIC-states, the Gulf region, Latin America, Africa and Europe are some of the country focuses. Will we meet in Hanover? Stay up to date technically – with our current issue of AUTOMATION TECHNOLOGIES and the novelties from the Hanover Trade fair 2015. Yours, Nicole Steinicke Editor, AUTOMATION TECHNOLOGIES Thomas Labendsch Project Director, Hanover Fairs International AUTOMATION TECHNOLOGIES 2/2015

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