by Lothar Bildhäuser Faster, bigger, more flexible, better - in times of globalisation, digitalisation and increasing cost and competitive pressure, anyone who wants to survive in the market must be active and clever at the same time. But what does this mean in concrete terms for manufacturing companies? What challenges do they have to face? And what opportunities are there to help you stand out from the competition?
Clever cost reduction with set-up time optimisationread more
Smart cars in the context of sensors, actuator technology, and ITread more
The smart car is developing into an intelligent mobility partner.
Tolerance Managementread more
Data Sheets and Specification Bookletread more
Chances in the context of FMEA
FTA fault tree analysis part IIread more
Fault tree analysis (FTA) is a procedure that depicts the combinations of failure states for a system in a model of logic gates in order to record potential causes for certain top events as fully as possible.
FTA fault tree analysis part Iread more
Fault tree analysis is a deductive (top-down) procedure according to DIN 25424 to determine the reliability of safety-critical systems. The fault tree is a graphic depiction of the logical connections from the top event to the independent basic events.