Digital technologies made in Südhessen
Mon, November 05, 2018
Category: News, Press-Release
The ever-increasing digitization poses major challenges for mechanical engineers. The processes in mechanical engineering are becoming increasingly digital. The requirements, in particular of industrial customers, drive the manufacturers to further optimized systems and solution approaches.
To continuously bring digital innovations to the market, all divisions must mesh. DATRON AG proved that the disciplines of mechanical engineering and digitization work well together with the in-house development of the evolutionary DATRON next software. The innovative combination of software and hardware simplifies the entry into high-speed milling thanks to the "plug & play" principle and opens up further new digital possibilities.
"The aim of DATRON AG is to simplify complex processes for permanently process-reliable productivity." Thomas Frank, Sales and Marketing Director.
In order to meet these requirements, DATRON AG has been investing for years in research and the development of new innovations. The company places a clear focus on the topics of digitization as well as on the core elements of functionality and user-friendliness. The DATRON next control convinces through regular updates with constantly new functions such as tool management, which gives the operator a detailed overview of all important parameters. The individuality of individual customer needs is often the key driver for impressive features.
The long-term goal for the implementation of Industry 4.0 aspects must be the consistency of the digitization solutions from the machine to the company management. "We see the greatest challenges in terms of technology and data transfer as well as in the data interfaces and the availability of personnel." Thomas Frank, Director Sales and Marketing.
Despite all the challenges, the accompanying opportunities of digitization are in the foreground. At the relevant engineering trade fairs, it was clear that the industry is ready for Industry 4.0 and exciting innovations can still be expected.