EMO Guided Tours
Use the EMO Guided Tours to get a sorted, compact and balanced overview and thus get to the topics that really interest you.
During the approx. two-hour tour of the fair, exhibitors will show you innovative products and optimal solutions for approx. 15 minutes each. In the tours on different topics you will find the offer for your specific subject and area of interest.
Registration only possible online via the ticket shop.
On-site registration is not possible!
Monday: 2 pm
Tuesday: - Thursday: 10 am and 2 pm
Friday: 10 a.m.
Starting Point/Check-In: Information Center
Tour language: English
Participation fee: 25 EUR (please have 50 EURO headset deposit ready in cash)
High productivity, quality, and, not least, the sustainable use of resources define efficient production. The digitization of processes and the connectivity of machines and software are play an increasingly important role. This tour covers a wide range of topics that are important for you to innovate in manufacturing. These include: cutting tools, clamping technology, and machine technology, also for multi-process technology; digital aspects such as the optimal setup of manufacturing processes based on digital twins or artificial intelligence; metrology for inline or minimum-effort offline quality assurance; open interfaces for data exchange; creative circular economy solutions to minimize waste and resources; software solutions that create transparency and efficiency. Do you want to find out how you can get added value from cutting-edge technology, through both hardware and software? Then this tour is for you! The tour ends at the booth of the connectivity initiative "umati" (universal machine technology interface), where you can exchange information with experts about open interfaces based on OPC UA.
Automation ensures the future competitiveness of your production. It ranges from automated handling and linking of equipment and processes to support for workers and planners -- not only for high-wage regions, but also in emerging markets. Learn more about handling systems (e.g. robots or warehouse technology) and about assistance systems for automated production, up to new types of human-centered automation (e.g. cobots).
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