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  • Enrico Kabbe
Industrial applications of bionic exoskeletons - Bionic 4.0 Ludmilla Parsyak © Fraunhofer IAO

Industrial applications of bionic exoskeletons - Bionic 4.0

The way we will produce in the future is changing radically. Topics such as robotics and sensor technology are already known variables in the context of digitization and IoT (Internet of Things). Bionic exoskeletons complete the range of modern production support by means of man-machine communication.

  • Success-Stories
  • Enrico Kabbe
One order, one hundred tasks - industrial maintenance at the highest level

One order, one hundred tasks - industrial maintenance at the highest level

Enrico Kabbe, Customer Program Manager at ARTS, reports on the cooperation with FFT Produktionssysteme GmbH & Co KG in the area of technical building management at Premium AEROTEC GmbH. He also speaks about his role as project manager and the challenges he faces in his day to day work.

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  • Industry Innovation
  • Patrick Holland-Moritz
Satellites: Versatile orbital helpers © Wolfram Schroll

Satellites: Versatile orbital helpers

Thousands of satellites orbit around the earth to make people’s lives easier, with an astonishing range of potential applications backed by equally impressive technologies.

  • Industry Innovation
  • Nico Wiegand
Research Projects on the ISS

Research Projects on the ISS

Alexander Gerst is on board the International Space Station (ISS) as part of the current European “ISS Horizon” mission, with responsibilities that involve a total of 35 experiments from a number of universities and research institutes in the fields of medicine, biology and physics.

  • Industry Innovation
  • Nico Wiegand
Materials of the future – Nanotechnology © National Center for Families Learning

Materials of the future – Nanotechnology

Areas of research in the field of nanotechnology are defined as those that deal with particles and structures with sizes ranging from individual atoms up to 100 nanometres. Within that range, it is possible to create a principled distinction between the manipulation of a nanoscale material structure (nanostructures), or whether the research deals with complete objects with overall sizes that remain within nanoscale boundaries (nano-objects).