A Success Story
Since 2004, our sales increased from €290 million to more than €766 million in 2016. Our employees drove for this growth. Over the last ten years, WAGO has more than doubled its workforce. More than 7,500 employees work worldwide on new ideas, products and projects every day. When will you join the team?
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Mathias Wambsganß is Professor of Lighting Design and Building Technology at the Rosenheim University of Applied Sciences, sits on the board of the German Lighting Technology Association (LiTG) and is a founding partner of 3lpi, a lighting design studio in Munich. For the past 15 years, he has been involved in energy monitoring under the auspices of the Federal Ministry of Economy, where he carves up buildings into “energy slices.” In this interview, Wambsganß talks about the use of carelessly selected lighting systems, missed savings potentials, and the absolute necessity of placing humans at the center of any design.
WAGO energy expert Daniel Wiese views the gas industry over the course of the energy transition prior to the upturn and identifies a great need for flexible, especially robust solutions for the Ex area.
“We Are Doing Too Little with the Data We Collect!”
Interview with Andrea Grün, Senior Principal Engineer for electrical systems and automation at DNV GL
Interview with Dr. Tobias Voigt, co-founder of the Weihenstephaner Standards at the Department for Food Packaging Technology at the Technical University in Munich.
In the interview, Thomas Holm speaks about the opportunities that Industry 4.0 provides for mid-sized companies and offers insights into the corporate practices at WAGO.
The notion that a smart, networked, intelligent, autonomous and resource-optimized production will pay companies back has become common sense. Prof. Jörg Wollert, who has served on the teaching faculty at the University of Bochum, the Technical University Bielefeld, and the Technical University Aachen, explains to us what steps should be the first on the path to the Smart Factory. He also points out where corporations cannot afford to drop the ball.