Talking about a revolution


Every day we hear buzzwords such as Internet of Things, telematics, or Industry 4.0 – most of the time in combination with ‘connectivity’. Industry 4.0 will revolutionize our world – so how will the modern world of working machines change over the next couple of years? And how are these buzzwords and the topics behind them related?

This will all be discussed in The intelligent mobile working machine – Connectivity: IoT, Telematics, Industry 4.0 – the MobilTron seminar organized by Sensor-Technik Wiedemann (STW) taking place October 7 and 8, 2015, in Mannheim, Germany.

The conference is aimed at developers, designers, project managers, innovation managers and planners looking to the future development and redesign of mobile machines.

The internet both undermined and created complete industry sectors and the smartphone completely changed the way we communicate and organize our lives. In the same way, Industry 4.0 and the Internet of Things will define our working environment – the data streams, the handling, analysis and representation of data anew.

The groundwork for this is laid with new technologies and standards, and the related architectures and protocols are being implemented. Different business models will be rolled out, the world of applications changing rapidly. This seminar offers the opportunity to listen to experts, to digest and weigh, and most importantly to discuss the effects.

All German presentations will be simultaneously translated into English by a qualified translator. For more details visit

August 7, 2015

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Tom Stone is Editor of the iVT brand – which includes digital and print editions of a quarterly magazine and the Advanced Lift-truck supplement, as well as, which is updated daily. Tom has met and interviewed some of the world's leading industrial vehicle OEM presidents, CEOs and MDs, and takes great pride in cementing iVT's place as the leading forum for debate within the industry, a reputation that his been built up over the brand's 25-year history.

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