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What‘s important to us

 

As partner in Industrial Connectivity we contribute significantly to tackle the challenges of the present and of the future. Learn here through interviews, comments and background articles, what moves us and our markets to date.

Panel building requires innovative ideas

Enhanced efficiency and optimised costs in all panel building phases: this requirement calls for a practical approach and experience, not to mention pioneering spirit. Weidmüller has restructured its range of solutions for panel wiring – and is providing tailor-made application products and process-support services.

Intelligent networking between production and building facilities

Weidmüller is in real-time dialogue over individual energy management challenges and issues. Interested partners go behind the scenes of Weidmüller's production and experience first hand the potential of systematic energy-saving measures.

Industry 4.0 reaches the customers of tomorrow with Smart Services

Prof Dr Henning Kagermann, President of the National Academy of Science and Engineering – acatech – explains how the Industry 4.0 Smart Factory is becoming the new economic paradigm and calls for cooperation across industrial sector boundaries – for a brave entry into the world of Smart Services.

“Industry 4.0 must benefit the end user”

Dr Jan Stefan Michels, Head of Standard and Technology Development, explains how Weidmüller is currently pushing intelligent networking of production – both at a technological and a personal level.

Permanently supplied: a multi-faceted claim

Without the necessary power, robot arms will not move, conveyor belts will not roll, and valves will not open. Dr.-Ing Kai Lorentz, Head of Infrastructure, explains how Weidmüller goes about keeping systems running continuously all over the world.

Making production facilities fit for Industry 4.0

As a progressive thinker and trailblazer, Weidmüller already offers concrete solutions that allow producing companies to prepare themselves for the “Internet of Things” and for safe production control from the Cloud – without the need to modernise their entire range of machinery.

"Scoring top marks with proven strengths"

Dr Timo Berger, Head of the Electronic Interfaces Division, explains how u-remote is contributing to simplified machine automation with maximum performance