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Chancen und Vorteile der Robotik gezielt nutzen | Event on the Anuga FoodTec 2022
DLG e.V.

Grow your business with robots

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26.04.2022 | 10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
Automation
Main Stage Smart Solutions - Higher Flexibility, Hall 6, Booth D 90/ F 109

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DLG e.V.
Eschborner Landstr. 122
60489 Frankfurt
Deutschland
+49 69247880

The event

Many food production processes, especially in small and medium-sized enterprises, are still performed manually and have an impact on the health of staff members, e.g. due to monotony or heavy loads. However, robotics do not stand in competition with manpower –  at least in the food and beverage industry. Moreover, robotics aim to provide support (e.g. with cobots) beyond assisting with dangerous and unattractive work, particularly process steps that are still performed and controlled by humans only. Across the entire supply chain of the food industry, robotics can support (e.g. handling) or even undertake (e.g. cutting, joining, dosing, [...]) certain processing steps and therefore increase product and delivery reliability. The session highlights opportunities of robotics in food production.

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10:00-10:10 Opening and Chair 

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Matthias Weiß, Hochschule Hannover - University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Germany 

10:10-10:35 The factory of the future: automated and climate-neutral 

Christian Falkenstein, Christian Falkenstein Projektmanagement GmbH, Aulendorf, Germany

10:35-11:00 Packaging + Palletizing with robots - Necessary to maintain the delivery capability?

Sebastian de Man, Head of Division Robotics, Becker Sonder-Maschinenbau GmbH, Langenberg, Germany

11:00-11:25 Digitalization & Data – Connected sorters, the use of data in the Food industry

Felix Flemming, VP, Head of Digital TOMRA Sorting GmbH, Mühlheim-Kärlich, Germany

11:25-11:30 Summary and closing

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Matthias Weiß, Hochschule Hannover - University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Germany

 


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