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HANNOVER MESSE 2018, 23 - 27 April
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Industrie 4.0

Take the driving seat in value creation!

Visitors to the SEW-EURODRIVE showcase factory at HANNOVER MESSE 2016 can try out two exciting roles for themselves - either as a customer configuring a gearmotor or as a plant manager directing a product through the assembly line.

25 Apr. 2016
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As a family business with operations worldwide, SEW-EURODRIVE has been setting standards in drive technology for some 85 years. It is at HANNOVER MESSE 2016 to present its highly efficient solutions for end-to-end process and logistics chains. For this year’s fair, the company has recreated a section of the showcase factory based at its production and logistics site in Graben-Neudorf – perfect for helping company directors, designers and project planners get a clear picture of what the Industry 4.0 concept is all about.

Featuring an authentic gearmotor assembly unit, this exceptionally impressive model makes use of the full range of modular SEW-EURODRIVE technology and shows exactly how logistics processes can be designed to Industry 4.0 standards using flexible, autonomous logistics assistants. In addition to the Bruchsal-based company’s main specialism of drive technology, a range of other fields of expertise are also on show, including control and automation technology, navigation, energy supply and storage, visualization, object-oriented parameterization and simulation. What’s more, this is by no means just a simple demonstration. In fact, visitors to the SEW-EURODRIVE stand can take on an active role themselves - either as a customer using the model to configure a personalized gearmotor, or as a creative manufacturer directing a product through assembly using a control system inspired by the world of gaming.

SEW-EURODRIVE GmbH & Co. KG, (76646 Bruchsal, Germany), Hall 15, Stand F10

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SEW-EURODRIVE at HANNOVER MESSE

At HANNOVER MESSE 2018 you could visit SEW-EURODRIVE on-site and learn more about the latest products and services. more

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