Hanover, 19 September 2019 – Representatives of the Artificial Intelligence Enquête Commission of the German parliament (Bundestag) yesterday received the new actionguideline “AI in production – developing artificial intelligence for companies” of the WGP. Last Friday, the association of leading German professors of production technology officially presented the position paper to the Federal Ministry of […]
Ever faster, ever bigger, ever more accurate – WGP Annual Congress „Production at the limits – keeping ahead, securing the future“: Production research is constantly pushing the limits of what is feasible. The “Production at the Border” congress will show production processes that have penetrated areas that until recently were considered impossible, also in terms of methodology, use of resources and interdisciplinarity. But where does the search for new borders lead? […]
Hanover, 11 February 2019 – The WGP (Wissenschaftliche Gesellschaft für Produktionstechnik) supports manufacturing companies in bringing their employees up to date with the latest production technology. The 2019 seminar series starts in March. “For almost four years, we have been offering training courses for specialists and managers because we want to expand the bottleneck of knowledge transfer,” explains Prof. Berend Denkena, President of the […]
Prof. Günther Schuh from the Machine Tool Laboratory WZL at RWTH Aachen University is “Energizer of the Year”. He received the Energy Award competition award on 23 January 2019 at the Handelsblatt Energy Summit in Berlin in front of around 450 spectators. In the Handelsblatt, the reasons for the award ceremony were as follows: Günther Schuh “succeeds in teaching and […]”.
Hanover, November 26, 2018 – Order robot and 3D printing solutions on the Internet like craftsmen order from MyHammer: In the future, this will be possible via two new platforms that several WGP institutes have jointly launched. “In addition to classical production technology, the Wissenschaftliche Gesellschaft für Produktionstechnik (Scientific Society for Production Technology) is of course also turning its attention to new developments in order to keep up with the times.