The SPS trade fair—the name was changed on the occasion of the 30th anniversary—takes place in Nuremberg from 26 to 28 November, 2019. This is a major yearly event for any company in the automation industry.
And we will be there again: Don’t miss our highlights and meet us in hall 7 at the usual stand 480. OUR TEAM LOOKS FORWARD TO MEET YOU!
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YOUR INOSOFT TEAM
LOOK BACK AT SPS IPC DRIVES 2018
65,000 trade visitors and 1,630 exhibitors met in the last week of November in Nuremburg, like every year. INOSOFT looks back at a successful trade fair with many new and familiar visitors.
THESE WERE OUR KEY TOPICS:
COOPERATION BETWEEN INOSOFT AND KEBA SUCCESSFULLY STARTED
Not least the announcement of the cooperation between KEBA and INOSOFT aroused curiousity and attracted many visitors to our stand. KEBA is going to outfit its Windows-based KeTop handheld terminals with VisiWin KEBA OEM software. We developed this special-purpose version of the versatile VisiWin software together with KEBA.
VISIWIN, THE MODERN HMI SYSTEM
New design, exciting technology, unlimited possibilities! We present the new features of VisiWin: Plain Style, project comparison tool, new license options and extended language switching.
The VisiWin modularization concept allows to create and maintain partial projects that can be wrapped and versioned to be later reused as pre-built modules in the final HMIs. We have further extended and optimized this successful approach.
EXCELLENT HMIs BASED ON VISIWIN
VisiWin-based HMIs won several design awards in 2018. Following the iF Design Award in October, the Connected HMI developed by Krones AG won the Red Dot Award: Best of the Best in the same month—and the next price, the German Design Award, has already been announced by the German Design Council for February. The Machine Control Center by BHS Corrugated was also winner of the Red Dot Award.
MERGING REALITY AND VIRTUALITY—VISITORS TRY THE HOLOLENS
Visitors experienced a smart factory scenario that recreates a realistic event of error in an industrial machine using AR (augmented reality) glasses that was developed by our partner Ergosign, a UX (user experience) service provider, in close cooperation with us.