The revolution of the production

The digital twin will revolutionize production processes in the coming years. More than that, it is about to replace the classic programmable logic controllers in many areas because they are far too inflexible. Wherever production systems have to be adapted, rebuilt or switched quickly, the digital twin is clearly superior as a virtual control environment. Autonomous and modular production would therefore be impossible without it.…
M. Stach
June 12. 2019

More flexible production with the Digital Twin

Many companies are thinking about how they can use digital technologies to make their production processes more efficient in order to strengthen their competitiveness. At the heart of these considerations is the Digital Twin as the link between the digital planning world and the real world of production. The core requirement for a digital twin to support Industry 4.0 initiatives is the ability to process…

On the way to autonomous production with the Digital Twin

Intelligent factories that control themselves, anticipate malfunctions and react flexibly to production changes are the goal of Industry 4.0. To make production more flexible, it is not enough to equip machines and plants with sensors. The signal streams from the shopfloor must also be interpreted correctly in terms of production logic. The prerequisite for this is the use of a Digital Twins, which connects the…
M. Stach
December 17. 2018

ASCon at the 7. Venture Capital-Pitch

Under the motto "Best of Baden-Württemberg", the 15 most innovative high-tech founders of the state introduced their business concepts at the seventh edition of the VC-Pitch at the Stuttgart L-Bank Rotunde on February 1st. As part of this, Mathias Stach was interviewed by Börse Stuttgart TV about the idea behind ASCon.
M. Stach
March 5. 2018