At SMM 2018, Sensor-Technik Wiedemann GmbH (STW) and Kaufbeurer Mikrosysteme Wiedemann GmbH (KMW), a long-standing partner and supplier of thin-film technology for sensors for STW, will exhibit their products and services at the leading maritime trade fair for the first time.
HAWE Hydraulik and STW Sensor-Technik Wiedemann present their partnership for integrated mechatronic control solutions for mobile machines at the Hannover Messe 2018. Together, the two partners implement complete systems from hydraulics to automation and cloud-based concepts.
From November 28 to 30, 2017, the SPS IPC Drives will welcome its visitors. The STW team looks forward to meet new and existing customers at the new stand. Focus are the solution worlds for the digitalization, automation and electrification of mobile working machines.
At this year's Agritechnica, both existing customers and visitors will experience a revitalized STW – presenting at a new level of sophistication, with inspired perspectives into the future of mobile machines. Our exhibition team is leading visitors through the STW world of solutions for the digitization, automation and electrification of mobile work machines.
STW will be showing new and exciting developments at this year's Agritechnica in Hall 15 at Stand F49 from 12th to 18th of November. Experience the digitalization, automation and electrification of agricultural machines in our "SymonE" test vehicle.
With the BCX family, Sensor-Technik Wiedemann (STW) is presenting a new generation of on-board control units for mobile machines which combine the distribution of energy in the cabin with monitoring and control functions. The BCX family unites the advantages of the tried and tested ESX control units and flexible power distribution in one device. Through the separation of active and passive electronics, customer-specific versions can also be implemented inexpensively and rapidly.
During the development, maintenance and efficient operation of a mobile machine, many different interested parties become involved with the product along its life cycle.
At the Agritechnica 2017 in Hanover, Sensor-Technik Wiedemann (STW) will be presenting the first representatives of its fourth generation of controls for mobile applications. The ESX-4CS-GW stands out as a freely-programmable communications gateway due to its new processor architecture, and is supported through the innovative STW development environment openSYDE. At the same time, STW is introducing a new housing concept.
Sensor-Technik Wiedemann GmbH (STW) is to present its comprehensive competence as a supplier for electrical and electronic (E/E) components, modules and system modules with the “SymonE” system demonstrator. “SymonE”, thus making the interaction of data, signals and electricity the focus of this year’s trade fair stand by STW at the Agritechnica in Hanover.
Sensor-Technik Wiedemann (STW) is presenting the first extension boards for their VSX display family at this year’s Agritechnica in Hannover. The VSX displays in sizes 8”, 10” and 12” are available today in the Basic, Advanced and Professional equipment versions. The Professional version allows the realization of additional functions through the extension boards.
Sensor-Technik Wiedemann (STW) will be presenting the first representatives of its fourth generation of controls for mobile applications. The ESX-4CS-GW stands out as a freely-programmable communications gateway due to its new processor architecture, and is supported through the innovative STW development environment openSYDE. At the same time, STW is introducing a new housing concept.
For the first time, STW will exhibit at the inter airport Europe in Munich.
Ms Katharina Wiedemann, Managing Director of Sensor-Technik Wiedemann GmbH (STW) and Vice President of the Chamber of Industry and Commerce of Swabia, was honored on 12 July 2017 with the Bayerischen Verdienstorden (Bavarian Order of Merit).
STW is exhibiting at Sensors Expo 2017 (Booth 1236) in San Jose, CA, to showcase innovative pressure sensors, inclinometers and other measurement solutions.
Elmia Wood is the world's largest trade fair for forestry.
After 3 days the Sensor+Test in Nuremberg closed its gates.
From May 30 to June 01 Sensor-Technik Wiedemann (STW) will show its competences in Nuremberg in hall 5, stand 314. They comprise not only thin-film Technology (shown with a bending beam sensor), but also resulting products:
From May 24 to May 27 STW will exhibit at the construction International Construction Equipment Conex in Seoul, South Korea.
What has long been known from practical applications, i.e. the utilization in mobile machines, has now been verified by Sensor-Technik Wiedemann (STW) in further qualification tests:
From April 24 to 29 Sensor-Technik Wiedemann (STW) will display latest products and competency around sensor and thin film technology at the AMA center in hall 11, stand F35.
The Kaufbeuren-based company Sensor-Technik Wiedemann (STW) GmbH has this autumn for the second time received the “Supplier of the Year” award after winning it in 2015 from Maschinenfabrik Krone GmbH, one of the leading manufacturers worldwide in the agricultural technology sector. The award positions STW as the best supplier in the category Electronics. After Krone and STW had collaborated for many years, Krone selected STW at the beginning of 2011 as their development partner and series supplier for a new Krone control unit platform. The KMC central control units are specific versions of the STW product series ESX-3XL or ESX-3XM, and have been developed for applications in highly adverse environments. The Krone applications are also subject to requirements regarding their functional safety. The J1939 slave module “KMB motor bridge” manufactured by STW according to Krone specifications was also marketed by STW as the standard product ESX-MBC. STW also meanwhile supplies the series control units to Krone for various shredder and baling press series. The use of these units in other Krone machines is being introduced successively. “In addition to its technical competence, STW particularly convinces us with its consistently high quality and production regulations“, says Georg Sasse, Procurement Manager at Krone.