Patrick Paschke H&R Ölwerke Schindler, Hamburg: “I am responsible for optimizing energy management in all sectors of the oil refinery, from the process technology up to the building. At the moment, we have a few new construction projects and retrofits in the queue, and it would be a natural fit to set up an intelligent energy data recording system at the start. We are already using WAGO's couplers, and I would like to learn about which other products would make sense in our plans.”
Volker Schaelicke, Schaelicke E-Service, Rellingen: “We primarily serve small and medium-sized companies in the electrical engineering, installation and IT industries. It is important for us to know what requirements our customers will face in the future in the area of energy data management so we can offer them customized solutions.”
Andreas Eyermann, SKM GmbH, Isernhagen: “I am active in the field of plant engineering and building technology. We are currently building a new facility that will be as energy-efficient as possible. We would like to use components from WAGO for the energy management system. WAGO also supports us in project planning.”
Manfred Meyer, Stadtwerke Rotenburg (Wümme), Rotenburg (Wümme): “As the head technician at the municipal swimming pool, energy efficiency is important. Potential savings are particularly interesting, as are new trends in the areas of measurement and control technology. We have already automated the lighting control in the entries to the swimming pool. In the future, I would like to automatically control the energy management for the entire building and pool.”
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Interview regarding control cabinet manufacturing with Simone Brinkmann-Tewes, manager of smartData Engineering at Wago Kontakttechnik
PLM, ERP, MES – In the industries of the future, software technologies like these will be increasingly used to digitize and automate ordering and production processes. No business headed for smart factory technology can afford to be without them. The people at WAGO, based in Minden, Germany have realized this, too. As early as 2000, the company began to comprehensively digitize its value added chain. Today, the manufacturer of electrical interconnection and automation products not only saves on paper, it also decides when and where orders will be processed in a fully automated manner. This is especially relevant, not only when shipping in-stock items, but also when producing custom products for customers.
When the automotive company wants to reduce costs, the suppliers must also react. F.EE builds control cabinets for a number of OEMs, and the compact WAGO spring pressure connection technology facilitates the work. The company, located in the Upper Palatinate, has relied on the innovative clamping technology since the 80s.
The most important foundation for sustainable corporate behavior? Comprehensive information from all business divisions – from sales and purchasing, as well as production as the central part of the value-added chain. Up-to-date data from your machines, systems and processes is the essential prerequisite for implementing future technological changes and puts you one step ahead of the competition. Open automation technology from WAGO provides this information. WAGO Cloud allows access to it worldwide.
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