HANNOVER MESSE 2018,
23 - 27 April
Young Tech Enterprises - industrial startups, spinoffs and young entrepreneurs
In this workshop we will give you an overview of current approaches for testing Industry 4.0 solutions and work with you to develop concrete and quickly realisable ...
Existing sensor technology gives you too little information about component and machine? You would like to be able to continuously feel your way into the entire ...
While electrification and automation have now found their way into almost all machines, many components are still purely mechanical. And although many plants now ...
Sensosurf integrates sensors directly into standard threaded rods. We measure mechanical loads at the scene of the event. In combination with networked, machine ...
Your conveyor system is on the critical path and you do not yet have sufficient monitoring? Are you looking for a solution that is quickly ready for use, even for ...
Sensor integration meets machine learning
Sensosurf makes intelligent machine components for predictive maintenance. Sensosurf integrates sensors directly into standard machine elements such as bearings, levers, guides or screws. To ensure consistently high and scalable data quality for machine learning, Sensosurf offers a coordinated iot framework and suitable electronics. This way you receive customer-specific about your components, machines and processes - right in the spirit of Industrial Internet of Things.You can only monitor important parameters of your production insufficiently up to now? You want your components to speak to you? Are you looking for a quick and concrete entry into the industry 4.0?Benefit from our experience, here is a small selection: Process monitoring in conveyor systems with slowly rotating bearings, monitoring of the preload of screws, i.a. for wind turbines, condition and process recording in clamping systems, monitoring of hydraulic and pneumatic systems, as well as of welding processes.
Phone: +49 421 2208 340
Sensosurf GmbH is managed by the managing directors Dr. Cord Winkelmann (CEO) and Jette Winkelmann.