ThyssenKrupp says it has achieved a breakthrough in the area of digital transformation and connecting machinery in industry.
ThyssenKrupp says it has reached a “milestone” for the digital transformation of industry and connecting the machinery of its materials services division through a new digital platform.
The company’s new internet of things platform is call Toii, or toii, as the company prefers to write it. Continue reading ThyssenKrupp claims ‘breakthrough’ in digital transformation and connecting machinery
Lorries and other commercial vehicles are on the way toward “digital transformation”, according to the organisers of the IAA event.
Now in its 66th year, the IAA Commercial Vehicles exhibition is regarded as one of the the most important trade fairs for mobility, transport and logistics.
Some 2,000 exhibitors are expected to showcase their products at the event, due to be held in Hannover, Germany. Continue reading Commercial vehicles ‘on the road to digital transformation’
One of Kuka’s biggest shareholders has sold its stake in the robot-maker ahead of a possible takeover by Midea, the Chinese manufacturer of household appliances.
Midea has offered to buy the whole of Kuka for $5 billion, and already owns a significant share in the German company.
Now, a large, family-owned company called Voith is to sell its share in Kuka to Midea. Continue reading Large Kuka shareholder Voith sells stake to Midea