At this year’s IFFA, a considerable amount of space is devoted to the optimisation of production processes. The examples of best practice on show at the trade fair offer trade visitors a host of valuable hints in this regard, together with assistance in making relevant decisions.In the “smart factory”, products and individual machines spread throughout the factory must communicate with one another and organise, regulate and monitor themselves. One of the basic requirements for this is the ready availability, at all times, of status data on products, machinery and drive mechanisms, bearings and so on. This task is undertaken by so-called “smart sensors”. As well as the actual sensor itself, which captures the magnitude of the relevant parameter, they include integrated micro-processors for processing and analysing the signals.
30 April 2019Leading companies present their latest products, at IFFA – The No. 1 for the meat industry. The focus is on solutions for the safe, efficient and economic production of meat and meat foodstuffs. Suppliers of all sizes present a comprehensive spectrum of products. (more…)
14 April 2016IFFA, which takes place 7 to 12 May 2016 in Frankfurt am Main, showcases innovative solutions for smoking, maturing, cooking, cooling and heating technology. (more…)
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