Jun. 22, 2017
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Seminar Series: Industry 4.0, Digitalisation and Mobility

In its German sales offices, Membrain presents everything related to the topics of Industry 4.0, Digitization and Mobility. In the half-day events (10:00 to 14:00), the experts at Membrain GmbH explain how companies can increase their productivity in production, logistics and maintenance.
 
Mobile solutions are now getting old in many companies and present users with great technological challenges. The focus is on topics such as ShopFloor connectivity, process optimization, efficiency enhancement and error prevention, or real-time availability of critical data. In the seminars, Membrain shows the potential of digitization and how quickly industrial 4.0 projects can be realized. In the process, the participants learn everything about mobile data acquisition in the SAP environment and the flexible and scalable standard solution regardless of the back and front end used. In addition, it is shown what potential digitalization has and how quickly industrial 4.0 projects can be realized. In the half-day events, The application for the application areas of incoming and outgoing goods, inventory and picking, traceability and kanban and production supply, feedback, packaging, shipping.
 
Seminar content:
 
  • MembrainRTC - mobile platform 4.0
  • Current projects from various fields of application
  • Mobile data collection with SAP in production & maintenance
  • Mobile data collection with SAP in logistics
  • Lecture from the practice (customer reference)
 
Stations of the Membrain Seminar series 2017
 
The events take place in the premises of Membrain GmbH. Together, we will discuss the latest developments and trends. The physical well-being of the participants is ensured. The dates of the seminars are:
 
  • 29.06.2017 - Munich
  • 14.07.2017 - Stuttgart

Contact

Membrain GmbH
Hauptstraße 1
82008 Unterhaching, Bayern
Deutschland
Phone: +49 (0)89/520 368-0

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