HANNOVER MESSE 2019, 01 - 05 April
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Forum Motion & Drives

FVA-Workbench - a community platform for knowledge transfer within the FVA

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Hall 23, Stand B20



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Digital Factory, Industrie 4.0, Platform Economics

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Forum Motion & Drives


Digital Engineering - die Simulationsplattform für Antriebstechnik

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The lecture will show the way of Forschungsvereinigung Antriebstechnik e.V., to develop daily use software with cutting edge research results. The FVA-Workbench represents the bundled knowledge of one of the world's largest innovation networks for drive train technology. The development is driven by a team of sience centers, industry experts and by the manufacturer-independent professional FVA software development. In this way, the german industry concentrates its competences and creates competitively gears on the on the highest technological level.


  Norbert Haefke

Norbert Haefke


Norbert Haefke received his graduate degree in mechanical engineering from the Applied University of Darmstadt in 1999. After his studies he worked as a CAE specialist at Freudenberg in Weinheim, focusing ...

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