According to the results of our Digital Engineering Report, smart networked devices could generate revenues of almost 600 billion euros in the manufacturing industry by 2020.
At this year’s HANNOVER MESSE from April 1st to April 5th we will therefore show you what potential digital, service-based business models have for your company.
Where you will meet us:
Booth – Bitkom-Booth (Digital Factory, Hall 6, Booth B30)
We will show you the following use cases, among others:
Augmented Reality – Cockpit assembly at BMW
Take a look at how we at BMW have implemented a training environment for mechanics in the assembly of the BMW 1 Series and 3 Series using Augmented Reality (AR) on a large scale.
Robotics – Human-Robot Collaboration in the Smart Factory 4.0
Discover how we have combined the APAS Robotics solution developed by Bosch with our Visual inspection solution to take a significant step towards smart manufacturing on the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT).
How the evaluations are transferred and visualized through Mendix to the IIoT-platform MindSphere you can experience at the Capgemini booth in the MindSphere-Lounge.
Agile product development using the example of ‚e.GO Life‘ (a cooperation with the European 4.0 Transformation Center of RWTH Aachen University)
Discuss with us and the experts at RWTH Aachen University how agile product development based on the example of e.GO Life worked and how you can apply this modern working method in your development process.
Booth – Intel Booth (Digital Factory, Hall 6, Booth D46)
Predictive Asset Maintenance & Edge Computing – Factory Defect Detection
Witness Capgemini’s Factory Defect Detection demo where robots visually inspect and act upon units in a manufacturing line. Capgemini’s “Predictive Asset Maintenance with Edge Compute” Market Ready Solution [MRS] monitors the robots for efficiency and performance to ensure maximum up time. The demo also highlights Capgemini’s edge to cloud, security certified, XIoT Smart Services platform.
Digital Manufacturing Impact Day – Tuesday, April 2nd 2019
(Digital Factory, Hall 6, Booth B30)
After the opening of the Morning Briefing by Sven Afhüppe, editor-in-chief of the Handelsblatt, representatives from business and research will present their innovative projects on our stage.
Podcast: Emerging Trends in Digital Manufacturing
Video: The Capgemini Effect
In order to help our clients reach their goals, everything we do must have a positive impact on the humans involved – be they the client’s customers, employees, franchisees or partners. The fusion of these two aspects – technology and the people it touches – delivers the greatest possible value is what we call “The Capgemini Effect”.
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