The Industry Business Network 4.0 e.V. received a high-ranking visit. A business council from Malaysia came to the East Coast Economic Region Development Council (ECERDC) to learn about the association and the topic of Industry 4.0 at the association's headquarters
The headquarters of the Industry Business Network 4.0 e.V. in the Bavarian town of Bad Wörishofen, where the association's first reference plant is due, has recently been officially listed as the test center of the Industry 4.0 platform. On the
A transparent overview of machine conditions in production is particularly relevant for many Industry 4.0 scenarios. The member companies ARKU Maschinenbau GmbH, MicroStep Europa GmbH, Oscar PLT GmbH and TEKA Absaug- und Entsorgungstechnologie GmbH met on 15 February to elaborate
The members of the association IBEDA Sicherheitsgeräte and Gasetechnik GmbH and Co. KG, MicroStep Europa GmbH and Sauerstoffwerk Friedrich Guttroff GmbH met on February 7 as part of the working group "Gas and Media Supply" at the new Guttroff Technology
At the moment, the Industry Business Network 4.0 association will cooperate with the pre-competitive and non-profit association Labs Network Industrie 4.0 (LNI 4.0): representatives of the two institutions decided on this at a meeting at the association's headquarters in Bad
IF4.0 is to become the new industry standard for cross-producer information exchange in a Smart Factory. The standard has been conceived by the Industry Business Network 4.0 e.V. and will be continuously developed further by the association's members in the future.
At the summit meeting of the most important players in the field of industrial digitization, the congress "Fertigung 4.0", the Industry Business Network 4.0 presented the new industry standard IF4.0 and IndustryFusion, a unique system for cross-manufacturer networking in one
The members of Industry Business Network 4.0 e.V. met for another workshop meeting at the association headquarters in Bad Wörishofen. The attending participants, accompanied by TÜV Süd, the University of Augsburg and Fraunhofer IGCV, pushed ahead with their plans for