With focus on solutions for connectivity and data management STW will exhibit at the 2nd Connected Off-Highway Conference in Duesseldorf, organized by the VDI.
More than 100 interested experts met for the 16th MobilTron seminar in Mannheim on February 1st and 2nd to explore in depth the „Intelligent working machine“.
With the F02, Sensor-Technik Wiedemann GmbH (STW) presents a pressure transmitter which has been developed according to the requirements laid down in the standards EN 13849-1 and IEC 61508, and which has been certified by TÜV Saar. In combination with a suitable control unit, the F02 has Performance Level d (PLd) and Safety Integrity Level 2 (SIL2). One special feature of the F02 is its compact construction with a wrench size of 22mm and a total length of approx. 50mm. It is suitable for a pressure range of 10 to 1000 bar and has 2 inverted 4-20mA outputs which ensure that not only the signal itself can be monitored, but also the transmission path from the transmitter to the control unit. The two output signals must be monitored and evaluated by a corresponding control unit (e.g. the ESX-3XL). The F02 has been specially developed for use in mobile machines and has an E1 approval.
From November 22 to 24 Sensor-Technik Wiedemann (STW) presents systems and solutions for the mobile working machine during the SPS/IPC/Drives in Nuremberg. The fields of automation, elektrification and connectivity merge continuously and are complemented by environment sensing on the machine and IoT offerings in the back office area.
Already for the sixth time Sensor-Technik Wiedemann (STW), the specialist for the automation, connectivity and electrification of mobile working machines, will be at the bauma China in Shanghai from November 22 to 25. Fort he Chinese construction machinery market focus will be on the proven ESX control units, new displays and telemetry modules.
Sensor-Technik Wiedemann (STW), specialist for the automation, connectivity and electrification of mobile working machines, will exhibit at the Kiemsta 2016 in Cheonan, South Korea, from 11/02 to 11/05. Together with its partner Hada STW will present solutions for the agricultural industry.
As a leading manufacturer of sensors, control systems, telemetry platforms and drive elements and as a provider of cloud solutions for a wide range of engine-powered applications, STW has over 15 years’ involvement in the measurement of cylinder pressure on large diesel, gas and dual-fuel engines.
On September 1, 2016, 15 young people started their careers at Sensor-Technik Wiedemann GmbH (STW) and Kaufbeurer Mikrosysteme Wiedemann GmbH (KMW). In the next two to three years, they will be trained as electronic technicians for devices and systems, industrial clerks, mechatronics engineers, micro technologists, system integration specialists and warehouse logistics specialists.
At the end of June, the Kaufbeuren-based company Sensor-Technik Wiedemann (STW) was awarded for its force of innovation by BOMAG, the international market leaders in the compaction technology sector, at the Ehrenburg near Brodenbach. For over 20 years now, STW has supplied control units, I/O modules, sensors and operating and display elements in a mixture of standard products and customer-specific systems to BOMAG. In particular the readiness of STW to always strike out on new paths in the development and adaptation of the products has convinced BOMAG. STW was also able to reliably implement the appropriate requirements on the robustness of the solutions. STW received the award for the collaborative development of the “Economizer”. The “Economizer” is a display unit for compaction conditions which links and assesses the sensor data using specially-developed algorithms. The most recent orientation of STW regarding the support of data management and connectivity with innovative on-board modules and associated cloud services has also impressed the company. Along with the A-supplier of the Year 2016 certificate, the Innovation Award was handed over to Sonja Wiedemann, Managing Director of STW, and Sales Manager Klaus Gnahm, by Timo Löw, Head of Electrical Engineering, Jens Gick, Manager Global Purchasing, and Oliver Michel, Commodity Manager Electricals.
The training program of STW’s academy is online now. Under the category “Services” you will find “STW Academy”. Clicking this selection you can find our training catalogue with a detailed description of all courses. After having selected a specific date for the course you are interested in you can immediately register using the contact form. As soon as we reach the minimum number of participants we will confirm the course. Beside standard courses we also offer trainings tuned to your requirements and the participants of your choice. Date and duration of the training can be flexibly arranged. We would be please to provide you an individual offer.
Not only the advancing electrification of work, convenience and drive functions and new electrical components of vehicle technology push the demand for solutions. The stage is set politically, too. The UN Climate Conference in Paris 2015 requests the limitation of global warming, which can only be achieved through a drastic reduction in CO2 emissions. The German Federal Government is focusing on the topic of
E-Mobility with the aim of making Germany a lead market for electro mobility. This is an objective which does not stop at cars, but can also be used on mobile machines.
The electrical and hybrid propulsion technology is focus of the „Electric & Hybrid Marine World Expo“ in Amsterdam. At booth 3080 Sensor-Technik Wiedemann GmbH (STW) will show its well-tried powerMELA solutions and present its second generation battery management system mBMS2. Beyond electrification we will inform our customers about automation and connectivity solutions.
Manufacturers of mobile machines are faced with the task of upholding the legal specifications of the Machinery Directive and the Product Liability Act. The manufacturers of sensors, actuators and control devices for the machines provide their customers with certified products for use in safety-critical applications. As the successor to the EN 954-1, the ISO 13849-1 is here the most important standard for the design of control systems in the field of machine safety.
Sensor-Technik Wiedemann GmbH (STW) will show its product portfolio for municipal vehicles in hall 5 at booth 116 at the IFAT, the world leading trade show for environmental technologies and municipal services, in Munich from May 30 to June 03. Components and systems for automation, connectivity and electrification will be presented as well as the integration of assistance systems and above all the link into the cloud.
In Nuremberg Sensor-Technik Wiedemann GmbH (STW) will demonstrate its measurement and cloud solutions at booth 164 in hall 5 from May 10 to 12. At two interactive display towers our customer can experience and test the world of sensors and measurement systems as well as the mapping and usage of data in the cloud. In addition focus will be on the digiSENS-F01 and digiSENS-F02, our pressure switches and transmitters for safety relevant applications. It goes without saying that we will inform about our complete spectrum of solutions for automation, connectivity and electrification of mobile working machines.
From April 25 to 29 Sensor-Technik Wiedemann (STW) will present its new battery management system (BMS) for all popular Lithium-Ion technologies at booth C16 of “Bayern Innovativ” in hall 13 at the “Hannover Messe Industrie”. Along with it a first member of a new battery product family by ElringKlinger for stationary accumulator systems, forklifts, electrified road and commercial vehicles, but also for maritime applications or e-scooters and of course mobile working machines will be introduced.
Dettingen/Erms, Kaufbeuren, April 19, 2016 +++ ElringKlinger AG and Kaufbeuren-based Sensor-Technik Wiedemann GmbH (STW) have agreed to collaborate on the development and manufacture of lithium-ion battery modules and systems. The companies will be unveiling their first products at the 2016 HANNOVER MESSE.
At stand 125 in hall A5 you can experience Sensor-Technik Wiedemann (STW) solutions for automation, electrification and connectivity of construction machines. You can also give your shoes a unique shine!
Sensor-Technik Wiedemann (STW) enables its customers to utilize latest cloud technology for storing, presenting and integrating data. Around the challenging world of mobile working and utility machines which asks for robustness as well as for long term availability STW offers system solutions for the automation, connectivity and electrification. The products comprise control systems and displays, sensors and measurement systems, solutions for the power distribution and electrification, as well as for data management and connectivity.
Sensor-Technik Wiedemann (STW) will be at the bauma in München in Hall A5, stand 125 from 11th to 17th of April 2016. Solutions for the automation, electrification and connectivity will be demonstrated at our glass tractor and two interactive display towers. Here we show not only the combination of components to systems, but also cloud solutions tuned to the requirements of the construction industry.
During the first half year of 2016 Sensor-Technik Wiedemann (STW) will present its system solutions for automation, connectivity and electrification at several trade fairs. The STW cloud solution will be amongst the most important topics.
With the porting of the real-time open-source protocol POWERLINK onto the central control units ESX-3XL and ESX-3XM, and with the data management and telemetry module CONNEX-TC3G, STW will be showing the first access to the world of industrial Ethernet at SPS/IPC/DRIVES.
From 24 to 26 November, Sensor-Technik Wiedemann (STW) will be presenting numerous product and system innovations at the SPS / IPC / Drives in Nuremberg. The solutions for the automation branch include power electrification, automation, data management and connectivity with focus on mobile applications and the realisation of “Industrie 4.0” systems.
Sensor-Technik Wiedemann (STW) will be exhibiting at the AGRITECHNICA in Hannover from 08 – 14 November 2015 and will present a multitude of innovations. STW will show agricultural solutions in power electrification, mobile automation, HMI displays, data management and networking, , and measuring and sensing technology.