arburgXvision: Looking into the Digital Future!
- Live: arburgXvision Internet TV broadcast on 24 November 2022
- Know-how: Expert talk on digitalisation in the plastics industry
- Added value: networking increases productivity
The next episode of the interactive online live format “arburgXvision” goes on air. This time, experts will discuss and analyse the complex and exciting topic of “Digital Services – Opportunities and Risks of Digitalisation”.
The one-hour, German-language programme is primarily about networked communication in production, what exactly it can look like and what it ultimately offers customers.
The potential of 5G
One topic is Telekom’s new 5G Campus network, which Arburg presented for the first time as a pilot customer at the Technology Days at the end of June and also at the world’s leading trade fair K 2022 in October. The trade audience was shown how the data traffic of a machine functions securely, quickly and reliably via the private 5G network and the Arburg IIoT gateway (Industrial Internet of Things) without network cables. This is just one aspect of the almost unlimited digital possibilities. In addition, live guest Thomas Pöggel, Telekom Business Development Manager 5G Business Customers, will provide further interesting insights and outlooks.
Expert knowledge and an exciting real-life example
Stephan Reich, Director IT Digital Solutions, and Peter Kowalewski, Team Manager Digital Industrial Solutions Support, will be live guests in the Arburg studio. The experts from Arburg will explain which technology and services the company can already provide to its customers, for example via the “arburgXworld” customer portal, in order to make the transition to digitalisation as quickly and easily as possible with their own company. Which sub-aspects does a machine manufacturer like Arburg actually regard as digitalisation? What possibilities does networking offer and what about the security of the data? The contribution by fischerwerke, one of the market leaders for fastening systems, shows how all this can happen in real life and what potential digitalisation has. Here, the Arburg host computer system ALS is presented as a central tool for digitisation in practical use and how the data acquisition and evaluation of all injection moulding machines via the ALS works.
Digitisation pays off
If you want to remain competitive in the long run and in the future, you cannot avoid networking. This also applies to smaller plastics processors in particular. Arburg offers a solution for every customer with its modular system of individually customisable digitisation tools. The possibilities are discussed in detail in the programme. To name just a few key points: Production management, cloud services, artificial intelligence (AI) or machine learning, automated processes, predictive maintenance and online training and education.
Once again, viewers will be able to ask questions live via chat and actively participate in polls. So it’s worth tuning in:Anyone who doesn’t have time to watch the programme live at www.arburgxvision.com can of course catch up later at any time in the arburgXvision Media Centre, where all previous episodes are available to view. It’s definitely worth having a look!
Further information about Arburg can be found at www.arburg.com
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