New technology leads to greater efficiency despite a shortage of staff

Date: nhofer, institute,Source: Fraunhofer Institute for Process Engineering and Packaging IVV

The Fraunhofer Institute for Process Engineering and Packaging IVV will be exhibiting cyber-physical cleaning technology for quality-assured, efficient and resilient production processes at Interclean in Amsterdam, Hall 5, Stand 530. In the Robot Arena, visitors will also have the opportunity to find out how the cleaning robot with sensor-guided adaptive jet cleaner developed by Fraunhofer IVV works.

In order to address quality risks in manual cleaning processes and the increasing challenge posed by the shortage of skilled workers, Fraunhofer IVV has developed innovative sensor technology and digital applications for adaptive cleaning processes.

Fraunhofer IVV’s research work in the field of contamination sensors is designed to deliver powerful technology for the paradigm shift towards truly need-driven process management. It’s not just a matter of conserving cleaning resources. In view of ever more demanding challenges stemming from the growing choice of products and the related frequent changeover and cleaning processes, gaining additional production time is particularly important.  For more visit Stand 530, Hall 5 at Interclean, Amsterdam or at fraunhofer.de/en/

David Cox / IDM

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