InterviewPress

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…
AllgemeinPartnersPress

Bringing the digital twin to life – Together with our partner SG-Engineering

Together with our partner SG-Engineering, we want to fully exploit the potential of the digital twin from the point of view of a design office and plant implementer and transfer it into practice. SG-Engineering's practical know-how meets ASCon Systems' software know-how. SG-Engineering knows the needs of building/plant operators and supports ASCon Systems in the design, implementation and commissioning phases of digital twin projects in real…
Alexander von Klein
January 30. 2019
AllgemeinPress

Support for future „DeepTech Unicorns“ in the IoT Market

Financed under the Horizon 2020 framework the Accelerator Programme DeepTech4Good is committed to help DeepTech startups accelerate their development and scale up at European level. The winners, left to right: Philipp Engelkamp (Ineratec), Alexander von Klein (ASCon Systems), Christop Garbe (HD Vision), Patrick Glaser (vialytics), Victorine Seigle-Vatte (Mobility Work), Matthias Strobel (Adlatus Robotics), Jan Senn (EET) with Samantha Michaux (Steinbeis 2i) GmbH und Paul Stefanut…
M. Stach
December 17. 2018
InterviewPartnersPress

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
PartnersPress

CENIT and ASCon Systems enter into strategic partnership

Stuttgart, April 18, 2018 - The IT and software consulting company CENIT AG and the software manufacturer ASCon Systems GmbH (ASCon) have agreed on a strategic partnership. By integrating their solution expertise, the digital transformation of companies in manufacturing and industry 4.0 is to be driven forward with solutions covering the topics of Digital Twins as well as real-time data integration and control. Both companies…
M. Stach
June 11. 2018
PartnersPress

Cenit focuses on ASCon

The Gartner analysts have included ASCon Systems in a worldwide selection of four "Cool Vendors 2018" for the topic "Digitilization through Industry 4.0". The editorial staff of CENIT Magazine spoke with those involved and asked for their assessment and background to this news. Full report on cenit.com
M. Stach
June 11. 2018
PartnersPress

Gartner lists ASCon Systems in Cool Vendors 2018 Industry 4.0

Gartner lists ASCon Systems in Cool Vendors 2018 Industry 4.0 Stuttgart, Germany - Analysis by Alexander Höppe Why Cool: The ASCon Digital Twin is an IIoT platform breaking down the physical-to-digital wall by application of the guidelines and reference architecture of Plattform Industrie 4.0 (Reference Architecture Model Industrie 4.0 ). It is based on a real-time kernel and a semantic engine. ASCon’s IIoT platform aggregates the vast…
M. Stach
May 16. 2018
Mainz

New location opened in Mainz

Michael Gänsler, Managing Director of ASCon Systems, opened the new location in Mainz in April 2018. The offices in the "Neuen-Golden-Ross Kaserne" are a successful combination of tradition and modernity with the concept of co-office working. We are pleased that we can be there for our clients in this appealing setting and are now employing new colleagues at this location.Mainz: ASCon Systems, The Digital Twin…
M. Stach
May 7. 2018
Press

On the way to autonomous manufacturing

Virtual commissioning Equipping machines and plants with more and more sensors does not yet make a factory intelligent. The 'nerve tracts' need a digital 'brain' that knows the manufacturing logic and can interpret the meaning of the signals. Together they form the digital twin that enables the virtual commissioning of plants and their monitoring during operation. But what this Digital Twin is supposed to achieve…
M. Stach
April 24. 2018