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World of Industries 3/2020

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TABLE OF CONTENT 06 10 12 16 18 NEWS AND MARKETS 03 EDITORIAL 05 NEWS AND MARKETS LOGISTICS 06 WITH GOOD PLANNING AND TEAMWORK FOR A SUCCESSFUL RETROFIT 09 “CLEAN” SOLUTION FOR CLEAN ROOM PARTITIONING MOTION AND DRIVES 10 COVER STORY MAINTENANCE COSTS SAVINGS THROUGH INTEGRATED BRAKE MONITORING 12 OPTIMIZED WITHOUT COMPROMISE 15 PRODUCT NEWS AUTOMATION 16 MOVEMENT ARTIST IN AIRCRAFT CONSTRUCTION 18 SMART LASER SENSORS INSPECT FINEST DETAILS Advertising COVER Chr. Mayr GmbH + Co. KG, Mauerstetten, Germany 4 WORLD OF INDUSTRIES 2019 2020

W RLDWIDE NEWS Cross-industry and cross-application SPE System Alliance The technology partnership between Phoenix Contact, Weidmüller, Reichle & De-Massari (R&M), Fluke Networks, and Telegärtner for the Single Pair Ethernet (SPE) has progressed to create the SPE System Alliance. In this group, leading technology companies from various industries and fields of application have come together to bundle their respective SPE expertise and ensure the target-oriented exchange of this knowledge. The partners in this group are pursuing the goal of driving the development of SPE further forward for the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and may branch out to other areas as well. Ethernet in general and SPE in particular play a central role in the establishment of the Industrial Internet of Things. The SPE System Alliance is an open platform for companies that want to further advance SPE technology on the market. Import to know: on the website www.singlepairethernet.com you get more details and options for contacting the System Alliance. www.phoenixcontact.com Jungheinrich Rental Fleet Management for hagebau Logistik Hagebau Logistik will rely entirely on Jungheinrich material handling equipment in the future. At hagebau Logistik’s five logistics sites in Westerkappeln, Neumünster, Herten, Schleinitz and Burgau, the material handling equipment by various brands used to date will be replaced by some 200 Jungheinrich trucks. As part of this process, the logistics division of the hagebau Group is decommissioning all its diesel-powered trucks and will in future only use electric vehicles. The company is thus focusing on sustainable intralogistics and significantly reducing the ecological footprint of its truck fleet, since the CO 2 emissions of a Jungheinrich electric truck are some 42 percent lower than those of an IC engine powered truck of the same payload class. All trucks are rented trucks. This enables hagebau Logistik to increase the flexibility of its intralogistics fleet. www.jungheinrich.com Weidmüller is well positioned for the challenges ahead In a very difficult market environment, the electrical engineering company generated sales of 830 million euros in the 2019 financial year. That corresponds to sales growth of almost one percent. “In view of the deterioration in the economy in the second half of the year and the general economic conditions, we are nevertheless satisfied with the result,” explains board spokesman and technology board member Volker Bibelhausen. “We are facing enormous challenges, but we are confident that we will not only master them, but also grow from them. The entry into future markets such as electromobility, but also the further automation and business with IIoT solutions will help us here in the future,” Bibelhausen said. Despite all the unpredictability of the Corona crisis, Weidmüller is satisfied this year. They are setting the course for a successful start in 2021 and considers itself well-equipped for the future. The planning and investments in locations and technologies are long-term anyway. Photo: The Executive Board of the Weidmüller Group can look back on a mixed year 2019 and is confident for 2020 that the company and society will emerge stronger from the crisis. www.weidmueller.com WORLD OF INDUSTRIES 2020 5

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