A cooperation between the Friedrich Alexander University of Erlangen-Nuremberg (FAU), the Nuremberg University of Applied Sciences Georg Simon Ohm (Ohm) and MAN Truck & Bus is conducting joint research into the mobility of the future.
When the automotive supplier Schabmüller received a huge order in 2013 with almost one million parts to be manufactured per year, tool management became necessary for the variety of tools used. The manufacturer placed its trust in MAPAL and has since implemented a whole series of projects together with the tool manufacturer.
Famiel Confectionery Co., Ltd., a confectionery manufacturer in Japan, has implemented energy management and demand monitoring at its main factory after introducing Mitsubishi Electric's energy saving data collection server "EcoWebServerIII".
The international Gnutti Carlo Group, headquartered in Italy, is a global supplier in the automotive, e-mobility and heavy industry sectors with around 4,000 employees and 14 locations worldwide. For the digitalisation of tool management, the Gnutti Carlo Group relies on the collaborative c-Com software solutions.
As Toyota Motor Corporation continues to move forward with its electrification strategy, it is also actively developing new technologies and methodologies to ensure that the increasing amount of in-vehicle software development and validation is carried out in an efficient and reliable manner.
The NEHER GROUP has been implementing its production for many years using innovative manufacturing technologies from DMG MORI – from demanding machining and additive manufacturing on LASERTEC SLM machines to cutting blanks on a LASERTEC 20 FineCutting machine to automated processing on machines from the LASERTEC PrecisionTool series.