CHARGING INFRASTRUCTURE FOR THE TRANSPORT SECTOR: STW TO COOPERATE WITH PARKSTROM
Cooperation creates valuable synergies for the mobility revolution. Product innovations for the logistics sector have been announced.
Cooperation creates valuable synergies for the mobility revolution. Product innovations for the logistics sector have been announced.
New driving and machine functions in the field of mobile machines demand the recording of an increasingly comprehensive number of physical parameters. For this reason, STW is to extend its range of sensor technology modules for mobile hydraulics with a new generation of inertial sensors which is being developed by a top-class team of experts at the Technologie Campus in Chemnitz.
STW was represented again this year at the Innovation Tour of its partner Software AG in Munich with a stand at the exhibition. There, STW displayed its load/charging management for electric vehicles based on the TC3G hardware in connection with machines.cloud.
A fundamental basis for autonomously working machines is already being created today with innovative technologies. STW has won an important research partner with the Fraunhofer Institute for Transportation and Infrastructure Systems IVI in Dresden for the collaborative R&D project “Machine Automation Lab“. On 11 July 2019, an event was held to celebrate the cooperation, at which the research group’s logo was presented to the public in a symbolic unveiling ceremony.
For the first time, STW took part in the Power2Drive, the international specialist trade fair for charging infrastructure and e-mobility, and was able to record a high number of visitors. The focus was placed on the “ELIAS” electric truck as well as the “powerMELA duo280” drive unit.
At this year’s Power2Drive trade fair in Munich, STW is to present its new drive package for utility vehicles with an output of 160 to 280 kW. This package comprises two electric motors with 80 or 140 kW output respectively. The motors drive the summation gearbox, which in turn transmits the force onto the standard gearbox of the utility vehicle. This permits the concept of “Diesel out, electric in” to be realized with little mechanical conversion required and without increasing the original total weight (incl. battery).
Long-Ma, the dragon-scaled winged horse of Chinese mythology, had to come to life during the official ceremony in the Beijing Olympic Stadium in October 2014.
The family owned company Sensor-Technik Wiedemann (STW) is ready to face the future with a new group structure and a successful handover to the next generation.
The Kaufbeuren-based company Sensor-Technik Wiedemann GmbH (STW) is to take over the business unit “Body Control Systems” of INTUS Elektronik GmbH, a company based in Göppingen. The sale took place within the scope of the INTUS Elektronik GmbH focusing strategy. For STW, body control systems represent an important piece of the puzzle regarding the automation of mobile machines.
Mobile machines are investment goods used by many different parties: Manufacturers and owners, hire companies and operators, project managers and insurers. All of these have a common interest: to use the machines as efficiently as possible. One aspect of many for efficient use, albeit an extremely important and fundamental one, is to achieve as continuous and fault-free an operation as possible, because every standstill is associated with frequently enormous costs. However, without maintenance, faults and therefore machine breakdowns are certain to occur.
Jenz is renowned for its high-quality chippers, used for chopping up shrubbery and heavy tree trunks, as well as for its top-class biomass processors. Weiss Mobiltechnik, as a long-standing electronics development partner of Jenz and a specialist in display programming, control units and telemetry, suggested the new VSX display product series by STW.
The correct software is essential to make this data volume manageable, to provide this data in a comprehensible manner or to prepare the data correctly for a process. And very different systems from multiple manufacturers and with diverse focal points have to work together seamlessly.
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.
ENGIRO GMBH, manufacturer of range extenders and motors, and STW GmbH, manufacturer of products from the fields of digitalization, automation and electrification, have decided to collaborate in the area concerning the electrification of mobile 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.
During the development, maintenance and efficient operation of a mobile machine, many different interested parties become involved with the product along its life cycle.
During the development, maintenance and efficient operation of a mobile machine, many different interested parties become involved with the product along its life cycle. Due to the increasing level of automation and electrification of machines, digitalization is the key to the fulfilment of the various requirements expressed by these interested parties.
The technological leader for tractors - AGCO GmbH with their premium brand Fendt – now also uses pressure sensors from the M01 module kit by Sensor-Technik Wiedemann GmbH (STW) in the pneumatic and hydraulic brake systems of their large tractors.
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.
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.
An extension to the ESX family of mobile central control units: The new small control unit ESX-3CS
Sensor-Technik Wiedemann (STW) is to present a new member of its ESX family of mobile central control units at the Agritechnica 2017 in Hanover. Freely programmable, compatible with regard to input and output types to other members of the ESX family, and supported through the comprehensive STW toolchain, the ESX-3CS rounds off the third generation of successful ESX control units at entry level. With the introduction of the ESX-3CS, STW is also showing a new housing concept.
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.
For the first time, STW will exhibit at the inter airport Europe in Munich.
The 1000 Vario tractor from Fendt is impressive, both in terms of its size and performance. Additionally, for the energy distribution within the vehicle, new concepts have been implemented in association with STW (Sensor-Technik Wiedemann).
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.
One of the key tools for hitting London’s target is real-time monitoring of soot particles and nitrogen oxide emissions from a fleet of over 5,000 buses that ply the city’s streets.
Continuously increasing air trafﬁc volumes are a constant challenge for ground operations at the airports. The aircraft tow tractors from the company Goldhofer, ﬁtted with STW’s control technology are a big help.
Elmia Wood is the world's largest trade fair for forestry.
We take a look at where the demand for safety protocols comes from and at existing technical solutions.
From May 30 to June 01 Sensor-Technik Wiedemann (STW) will show its competences in Nuremberg in hall 5, stand 314.
From May 24 to May 27 STW will exhibit at the construction International Construction Equipment Conex in Seoul, South Korea.
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.
At this year’s AGCO supplier day in March, the German based company Sensor-Technik Wiedemann (STW) was awarded the „Supplier of the Year“ prize in the category of Quality.
German manufacturer Goldhofer recently introduced its new generation AST-2P/X high-speed aircraft tow tractor, which is designed to move a broad range of aircraft.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The innovative mBMS solution for large lithium-ion batteries is exhibited at the both of Linear Technology.
On September 1, 2016, 15 young people started their careers at Sensor-Technik Wiedemann GmbH (STW) and Kaufbeurer Mikrosysteme Wiedemann GmbH (KMW).
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.
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.
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 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.
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.
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.
Sensor-Technik Wiedemann GmbH (STW), which offers solutions for the automation of mobile working machines, presented a cloud solution at bauma 2016 that utilizes onboard modules for machine-to-machine (M2M) as well as cloud connectivity.
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”.
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.
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.
As the successor to the EN 954-1, ISO 13849-1 is the most important standard for the design of control systems in the field of machine safety.
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.
The company Bernard Krone GmbH is amongst the leading manufacturers worldwide in agricultural technology. Slave modules, such as the ESX-MBC motor bridge, which have been developed in collaboration with Sensor-Technik Wiedemann (STW), fulfill dedicated tasks in as directed by an ESX master control unit.
As Formula Student competitors build cars to race other teams and gain experience they can rely on the support of a range of leading companies.
Remote services are revolutionizing the market for mobile machinery, but the step towards telematics services is more of a strategic top-down decision than a technical bottom-up approach.
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.
In autumn of this year, the Kaufbeuren company Sensor-Technik Wiedemann (STW) received the “Supplier of the Year Award” as best supplier in the Electronics category from Bernhard Krone GmbH a leading manufacturer of agricultural machinery.
On September 1, 2015, 7 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 industrial clerks, electronic technicians for devices and systems, mechatronics engineers and micro technologists.
Sensor-Technik Wiedemann (STW) is going to exhibit at the Bauma Conexpo Africa in Johannesburg, South Africa, from Sep. 15th to 18th. During the fair with focus on construction and mining machines STW will present solutions around control and measurement systems, connectivity and power electrification.
Every year, students from more than 500 universities around the globe design and manufacture formula-style race cars for use on race tracks within the framework of the international design competition “Formula Student”.
On the 3rd of August, work on the installation of a new SMT production line began. This new state of the art SMT line will be suitable for production of all electronic products.
The diesel drive provides the energy, whilst the electric drive line provides optimum load distribution and speed. The combination of these principles has for decades represented the most flexible configuration for a ship’s drive. Now Sensor-Technik Wiedemann GmbH (STW) has taken the next step. For the first time, a hybrid drive for a passenger ship with two completely independent energy storage systems and engines has been created: with one diesel main drive and a battery-powered electric auxiliary drive as a maneuvering aid and emergency drive.
This year, Sensor-Technik Wiedemann (STW) in Kaufbeuren, a manufacturer of high-tech products in the fields of microelectronics and power electronics, is celebrating its 30th company anniversary.
Sensor-Technik Wiedemann (STW) will be presenting their products from 8th-13th June 2015 at the INTERSCHUTZ in Hannover. The focus will be placed on the (safety) products from the fields of measuring technology, sensors and control technology.
Wolfgang Wiedemann, Managing Director of Sensor-Technik Wiedemann GmbH, will not be standing again as candidate for his current function as Chairman of the Board of the AMA Association, and we officially took leave of him at a celebratory event within the scope of the SENSOR+TEST trade fair.
Sensor-Technik Wiedemann (STW) exhibited at the SENSOR+TEST in Nürnberg from 19th – 21st May. The focus this year has been on the safety products from the sensing technology product ranges.
As an internationally active company, Sensor-Technik Wiedemann GmbH (STW) has supported its customers, the world-wide leading manufacturers of mobile machines, utility machines and special machines and their users for more than 30 years with the utilization of the latest technical possibilities through networking, e-Mobility and automation.
No drive without a transmission – the demands on vehicles and machines are too diverse to do without an individual adaptation of speeds and torques or the bundling of power.
"What belongs together, grows together " – not so much politically, perhaps, but all the more effectively do the three subject fields which have long characterized the electronics industry complement each other: Measurement technology, microsystem technology and sensors. Sensor-Technik Wiedemann GmbH (STW), part of the bedrock of this branch in Germany, has been processing these topics for thirty years, and is now merging them into one business field.
The "e-Deliveries in the Allgäu" project is one of the many projects under the "e-Mobility Allgäu” label. This collects concepts, ideas and activities and brings together companies and institutions that actively promote and advance electromobility in the Allgäu region. Project goals, amongst others, are to gain expertise in e-mobility and the development of the regional networks and partnerships.
Sensor-Technik Wiedemann (STW) will exhibit at the SPS/IPC/Drives in Nuremberg from 25th – 27th November with a new larger stand area. The focus this year will be on the safety products from the sensing and control technology product ranges.
In the Hatschek cement factory in Gmunden, Austria, a DER 120 shunting robot from specialists Vollert will ensure safe, economical and environmentally-friendly loading operations.
In September, 15 young people are starting their careers at Sensor-Technik Wiedemann GmbH (STW) and Kaufbeurer Mikrosysteme Wiedemann GmbH (KMW).
As part of the international engineering competition “Formula Student”, students from more than 500 universities across the globe design and build Formula racing cars every year for use on the race track.
On 29 July 2014, Katharina and Wolfgang Wiedemann, Managing Directors of Sensor-Technik Wiedemann GmbH (STW), accepted the BAYERNS BEST 50 Award from Bavaria’s Minister of Economic Affairs Ilse Aigner.
“The intelligent mobile working machine”
15-16 October 2014 in Mannheim, Germany
Within just 6 months Sensor-Technik Wiedemann (STW) has achieved 6 safety approvals for the current generation of 32 bit mobile control units in accordance with the machine safety standards EN 61506, SIL2, EN62061 SIL C2 and EN ISO 13849 PLd.
Sensor-Technik Wiedemann GmbH (STW) will display the measurement and sensor product range with various new highlights at Hannover Messe.
The electrification of vehicles is pushing forward into every industry. Especially in the agricultural sector, electrification offers the possibility to address the challenges of the future. Ultimately increased yield from ever reduced areas is being driven by demographic developments. Keywords such as “precision farming” are indicators of the climbing requirements.
EVA, the unique electric taxi for tropical mega-cities celebrated its premier at the Tokyo Motor Show.
STW demonstrates with an exhibition model, state of the art data networking in industrial vehicles.
The senior management of Sensor-Technik Wiedemann GmbH (STW) has gained two new members. On August 1st, Sonja Wiedemann and Dr. Michael Schmitt were appointed as managing directors, joining the existing management Katharina und Wolfgang Wiedemann.
40 International teams participated in the third Formula Student Electric (FSE) .The young engineers on each team had a year to design a race car using their skills in disciplines such as acceleration, endurance, energy, design and financial planning.
As part of the "MobiliTec" show, Sensor-Technik Wiedemann GmbH (STW) is presenting a pioneering electric drive for commercial vehicles, buses and mobile machinery.