Now that the SPS is already a few days behind us, we don't want to miss out on a short overview of the highlights of the MindSphere World presentation.
First and foremost we would like to thank our booth duty personnel for their incredible and great commitment on all three days of the fair. The experts of our member companies BoldlyGo, Codestryke, Codewerk, DATA ahead, ISO Software Systeme, Netcon, SeioTec, Siemens as well as Stahlwille answered all kind of questions of the visitors. Both the association as a whole as well as individual IoT solutions of the members had been presented.
David Schoenen from Stahlwille for example showed a torque wrench connected via NarrowBand IoT as well as the future of data-driven business models in the hand tool industry with pay-per-click.
The solution "Condition Monitoring for Predictive Maintenance" presented by Michael Weiss from Netcon and the valuable findings from the community work met with great interest among the visitors.
Samuel Wenz demonstrated Codewerk's latest app. The Visual Hierarchy Modeler VHM connects the automation world and the IoT world with just a few clicks.
Kai Schwetz from Codestryke showed the advantages of his cooperation with the MindSphere World Community. As an example, he explained a solution for increasing the efficiency of production lines.
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A special highlight was the final presentation of the Fast-Ramp-Up-Challenge on Wednesday, November 27 on the stage of the Siemens booth. The two teams presented the overall results and prototypes of this challenge to the audience. The entire final presentation including the MindSphere World call for participation can be viewed here.
Overall, MindSphere World is very satisfied with both the number of booth visitors and discussions.