Hannover Fair: Our products and dataspace liftoff with Catena-X go-live
Hannover Fair is one of the world's largest trade shows for industrial technology. It is held annually in Hannover, Germany, and attracts exhibitors and visitors from around the world. The fair is important because it provides a platform for companies to showcase their latest technologies and products in the fields of automation, robotics, energy, industrial software, and other related industries.
Chris S. Langdon, Loic Kliemann
May 08, 2023
Manufacturing-X demonstrator with Umati and Living Lab
The integration of Umati and Living Lab as a demonstration of federated data spaces is being developed to address the challenges of data exchange. The Manufacturing-X Demonstrator highlights the benefits of open standards and promotes interoperability and innovation in the machine building industry
Robin Reji Philip
Apr 17, 2023
The Telekom Data Intelligence Hub optimizes cross border logistics in Europe
The European Funding Project FENIX connects different pilot regions and transport corridors, to do so the project relies on the know-how of T-Systems.
Mar 18, 2022
FAZ Sees “EU facing the data battle” – DIH Plays a Central Role as Data Trustee
The FAZ has received a new draft law for the sovereign handling and exchange of industrial data within the EU (“Data Governance Act”, link to FAZ article).
Chris S. Langdon
Nov 18, 2020
HERE – Leading location data provider joins the Deutsche Telekom DIH
HERE is a leading provider of mapping and location data and related services to individuals and companies covering sectors such as Automotive, Public Sector & Infrastructure, Transportation & Logistics.
Oct 26, 2020
Digital business models in Industry 4.0 – Data is becoming increasingly important for production
In Industry 4.0, Germany has a globally recognized brand. Many countries have defined strategies for orienting production to German standards.
Chris S. Langdon, Luca Löffler
Jun 25, 2020
Joint process improvement through Collaborative Condition Monitoring
The value chain of production in German industry is made up of many different individual segments. For example, a component supplier produces a wide variety of goods, which are then sold to many different machine suppliers. These suppliers manufacture machines that are later used in production. If one imagines the production chains in industry, they resemble a puzzle to whose different parts only individual actors have access and which produces diverse types of data.
Chris S. Langdon
Jun 23, 2020
Material order optimization
A wide variety of materials are used in production. In order to minimize storage times and costs, the materials must be “just-in-time”; – at the right time – in the right place.
Apr 23, 2020