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Switching in Extreme conditions

Switches and sensors which are used on moving machinery often need to function in Extreme environments. And this requires some Extreme components.

Source: konstruktionspraxis (08/2018)
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"Digitalisation requires agility and close customer contact". From a manufacturer of components to a provider of systems and network solutions

Numerous automation experts have shifted in the last few years from component manufacturers to solution providers. In order to visualise its own development in this direction, steute has changed its company name. Managing Director Marc Stanesby explains why this change was necessary and why customers can only profit from this increased skills set.

Source: messtec drives Automation (09/2018)
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A logical changeover. From a provider of components to a provider of systems and network solutions

Digitalisation means that manufacturers of components are expanding their portfolio to provide their customers with systems and network solutions, which usually entails increased engineering effort. For steute, this changeover is clearly reflected in its new company name. In an interview with GIT SICHERHEIT, Managing Director Marc Stanesby explains the reasons behind the changeover.

Source: GIT Sicherheit + Management (09/2018)
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Connecting two worlds - Bridging the gap between wireless sensor and IT system

Using wireless networks, mechanical and plant engineers are able to find simple solutions to complex problems involving sensor-actuator communication. With its Sensor Bridge as a communication and configuration interface, the latest sWave.NET generation can be integrated directly in superordinate IT infrastructures.

Source: SPS-Magazin (09/2018)
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Kanban 4.0 – remote control - Wireless networks in production and intralogistics

"Pull not push" is the principle according to which Kanban systems manage replenishment, e.g. at assembly workstations. The Kanban card system became established decades ago and has recently been "electronified". Sensors register when containers and racks need replenishing. This is particularly easy if special sensors are used which can communicate via a wireless network.

Source: Der Betriebsleiter (7-8/2018)
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