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  • Industry Innovation
  • Frank Martini
3D printing is growing up ©iStock.com/BLACKDAY

3D printing is growing up

Today, 3D printers for domestic use are already available in every electronics store from a value of 100 euros upwards. An unmistakable sign that the technology is increasingly establishing itself in industrial production is the use of additive processes in series production for aviation-certified components at Airbus.

  • Industry Innovation
  • Christian Rost
A successful Industry 4.0? Only with Security 4.0!

A successful Industry 4.0? Only with Security 4.0!

Intelligent networking of people, machines and production processes - in short, industry 4.0 dominates the branch. Many companies are attracted by global and networked operations. However, the digital developments also entail risks that are not always visible at first glance.

  • Industry Innovation
  • Aileen Kreibich
Identifying and using efficient and cost-effective recruiting channels

Identifying and using efficient and cost-effective recruiting channels

Industry leaders are responding to declining applicant numbers and increasingly measuring the performance of their recruiting departments by quantitative criteria. These metrics provide an objective basis for optimization initiatives. Concepts from online marketing are becoming an increasingly important part of modern recruiting processes for large and small companies.

  • Industry Innovation
  • Christian Rost
A sign of the change - skills shortage in logistics

A sign of the change - skills shortage in logistics

It is becoming increasingly difficult for logistics service providers in particular to fill vacant positions. However, this situation no longer only inhibits the growth of the companies concerned, the staff shortage may even become a danger for the maintenance of the company. In order to remain competitive, logistics companies have to improve their technological competence and work on their image at the same time.

  • ARTS Expertise
  • Industry Innovation
  • Hagen Bierstedt
Specialists and executives from abroad: an asset for companies

Specialists and executives from abroad: an asset for companies

Trained skilled workers from abroad have long recognised the German labour market as an attractive career opportunity and offer employers an opportunity to recruit qualified personnel in times of a shortage of skilled workers.