DMG MORI and Tulip have agreed a partnership through which the two companies plan to offer “agile manufacturing solutions”.
US software provider Tulip is to help DMG MORI simplify its customers’ entry into digital production.
Using a drag-and-drop interface, manufacturing workers can easily create and integrate APPs into existing systems.
This no-code approach is based on the requirements of production lines and allows you to collect and analyze data in real time without any programming knowledge.
“We are proud of our new alliance. Because humans are at the center of digitization. Through the no-code platform, employees can independently create manufacturing APPs.
Christian Thönes, CEO of DMG MORI, says: “Tulip is the ideal entry into digitization for our predominantly medium-sized customers.”
Natan Linder, CEO of Tulip, says: “Our products are easy to understand and can be used by any technician in production – without the help of IT.
“Anyone can quickly and intuitively develop APPs and connect various devices, machines and assembly stations.
“It supports a variety of use cases in production with ready-made templates. DMG MORI provides a global footprint that benefits Tulip – especially for SMEs that make up a large part of the value chain, but often do not have modern and easily accessible software solutions.”
Manufacturing APPs increase transparency along the entire process chain. This allows users to optimize every process – from production through machine and quality monitoring to service and training.
All processes can be easily digitized. All Tulip applications are easy to use and uncomplicated. Data can be adjusted and stored in real time – without the need to write complex programming codes.
Tulip is a flexible, open and agile solution – unlike alternative manufacturing systems, which are often complex, time-consuming and expensive.
Companies can adapt and scale their digital transformation at their own pace. This simplifies digital production, especially for small and medium-sized companies.
Tulip was founded in 2014 by engineers from the MIT Media Lab research institute in Boston, USA, and currently employs over 70 people.
More than 200 renowned customers from various industries are already working successfully with Tulip.