ISO 50001, DIN EN 16247-1, EMAS – Manufacturing enterprises face various challenges.
Legal obligations relating to energy audits, rising costs and the prospect of tax concessions and government grants are leading to increased interest in energy management systems, especially in energy-intensive sectors such as the pulp industry, steel and food production, metalworking and earthworks. However, energy flows in manufacturing and production and the associated infrastructure can only be optimized through effective acquisition and analysis of the relevant data. This is where the new special presentation "Digital Energy" comes in. Embedded in the world’s leading industrial technology show, it will feature solutions for the measurement, visualization and analysis of energy data in conjunction with production data, and for the optimization of the industrial energy balance.
This also means that "Digital Energy" shares common ground with the neighbouring leading trade show Industrial Automation, as many solutions developed for Industrie 4.0 are increasingly finding applications in energy management.