The symposium to be held in March 2019 will bring together engineers and managers involved in optimizing, planning and developing remanufacturing processes. Best practice around remanufacturing with automated and robotized processes will be shared by suppliers of robots and automation equipment, as well as researchers who are developing new applications. In addition, a series of lectures, demonstrations and posters will examine topics such as: remanufacturing based on robotics, human/robot collaboration and industry 4.0.
The organisers Prof. Wolfgang Gerke and Fernand Weiland brought in professional and prominent speakers sharing their expertise and experience on cutting edge technologies. Thijs Jasink of Alec/Actronics will focus on automated remanufacturing of automotive electronic controllers, Mike Hague-Morgan of Autocraft will give an overview of their projects on automated engine remanufacturing and Prof. Rolf Steinhilper will focus on the latest automated cleaning and disassembling. All three speakers are winners of the prestigious ReMaTec awards which they have earned thanks to their highly innovative technical achievements.
For more information and Program please visit: www.umwelt-campus.de/symposium