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06/21/17

euromicron subsidiary ELABO supports InnoTruck initiative of the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research

 

Smart Industry solution illustrates the potential of digitization

 

euromicron’s subsidiary ELABO, a specialist for SME-driven Smart Industry solutions, is supporting the initiative “InnoTruck – Technology and ideas for tomorrow” of the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF). The initiative promotes public dialog on the social importance of innovations, offering insights into the opportunities and risks of technological progress. The double-decker exhibition vehicle InnoTruck is at its core. A mobile event area of just over 100 m² there presents more than 80 high-tech exhibits from companies and research institutes from all over Germany, as well as state-of-the-art virtual and augmented reality applications. The InnoTruck stops off at up to 80 ports of call a year and can be requested free of charge by municipalities, schools, universities or enterprises.

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Photo 1: The InnoTruck stops off at up to 80 ports of call a year and can be requested free of charge by municipalities, schools, universities or enterprises. (Copyright BMBF-Initiative InnoTruck)

The slogan of the mobile exhibition is “See, touch and try out innovations”. ELABO’s contribution to the InnoTruck puts this idea in practice uncompromisingly. Following a presentation, visitors can assemble a watch on their own using digital worker guidance created by means of the Smart Industry software “ELABO Information Management”. The worker guidance is displayed on a tablet and guides visitors through the individual work steps in words and pictures. In the meantime, they even work together with a two-arm robot connected to the software via an interface. Thanks to the worker guidance’s detailed instructions, they can accomplish the various assembly steps without any previous knowledge. Worker guidance systems are deployed in numerous sectors and can be used in vocational training, among other things. That is because they allow trainees to become gradually accustomed to sector-specific processes.
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Photo 2: Over an area of just over 100 m², visitors are presented with more than 80 high-tech exhibits from companies and research institutes from all over Germany, as well as state-of-the-art virtual and augmented reality applications. (Copyright BMBF-Initiative InnoTruck)

“We welcome the initiative of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research and are delighted to be able to support this major project,” says ELABO’s Managing Director Thomas Hösle about the mobile exhibition. “Inspiring young people in particular about new technologies and their use is of enormous importance. After all, today’s youngsters are perhaps tomorrow’s developers. And, of course, it’s a particular concern of ours to give pupils and students access to the digitized world of Smart Industry with our contribution.”

 

Anyone interested can find more details on the InnoTruck initiative and how to request the truck on the website www.innotruck.de. Information on ELABO and the ELABO Smart Industry solution is available online at www.elabo.de.

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Photos 3: Visitors to the InnoTruck can assemble a watch on their own using digital worker guidance that is shown on a tablet and has been created by means of the Smart Industry software “ELABO Information Management”. (Copyright BMBF-Initiative InnoTruck)


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Photos 4: Visitors even work together with a two-arm robot connected to the software via an interface. (Copyright BMBF-Initiative InnoTruck)
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