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ZETTLER electronics at electronica 2016

Showcasing the full range of components, including innovative solar-power relays, displays and switching power supplies

ZETTLER electronics at electronica 2016

Munich, Germany, September 20, 2016 – At electronica 2016, ZETTLER electronics GmbH (http://www.zettlerelectronics.com/) will showcase its full range of products. The manufacturer and distributor of electromagnetic and electronic components will once again be present at the ZETTLER Group (http://www.zettler-group.com/) booth (Hall A2/655). Here, ZETTLER will be demonstrating the full breadth of its extensive know-how in the business areas: Relays, Displays, Magnetics und Controls.

– Relays: Innovative product lines of high-grade, cost-efficient components for the modern industry and consumer electronics, e.g., automotive relays, signal relays as well as special relays for highly specific applications and switching power supplies.

With its wide range of powerful solar relays (e.g., AZSR180) ZETTLER electronics is responding to continually increasing need for inverter-design driven specifications related to physical size, energy efficiency and relay safety features.

– Displays: ZETTLER will also introduces its portfolio of innovative TFT panels with capacitive touch technology, LCD modules as well as PMLCD and OLED. The wide spectrum of TFT Modules is made for numerous applications such as Avionics, Medical, Navigation Systems, Industrial Controls, Irrigation Controls, Testing/Measurement devices and Smart Metering.

– Magnetics: A variety of top quality winding goods will be presented, e.g., transformers, chokes, coils as well as switched-mode power supply modules for PCB mounting.
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– Controls: The controls portfolio offers industry leading and highly specialized support services to the HVAC/R market with a comprehensive product line, including relays, contactors and bimetal thermostatic switches.

„At electronica, ZETTLER electronics can fully demonstrate its extensive know-how and experience in the field of electromagnetic and electronic components“, explains Alexander Stöckel, Productmanagement Electromechanical Components at ZETTLER electronics. „Our shared booth with ZETTLER Group showcases our full service capabilities. We provide solutions for component applications across the industrial and commercial markets and a broad spectrum of other industries. Our products inspire innovation and support engineers from the design through to production phase.“

Download of High-Quality Images: ZETTLER electronics Booth (http://www.lucyturpin.de/PR/Zettler/2016/Images/ZETTLER_electronica2014.JPG)

Further Information on ZETTLER electronics:
– ZETTLER electronic Website (http://www.zettlerelectronics.com/cms/front_content.php?idcat=5&lang=2)
– Video ZETTLER Relays Production Line (http://www.zettlerelectronics.com/cms/front_content.php?idcat=122)
– ZETTLER Group Website (http://www.zettler-group.com/home/)

Building on more than a century of expertise in German precision engineering, ZETTLER GROUP is a world-class enterprise, engaged in the design, manufacturing, sales and distribution of electronic components. Its industry leadership is based on a unique combination of engineering competence and global scale. ZETTLER GROUP“s diversified product lines are designed to provide complete solutions for component applications across a broad spectrum of industries, including relays, magnetics, displays, controls and new energy solutions. With a global network of companies ZETTLER GROUP is not only present in low cost manufacturing geographies, but also has the ability to provide customer-focused solutions in proximity to local industrial and commercial markets. Located near Munich, Germany, ZETTLER Electronics GmbH serves as the European headquarters for ZETTLER Group and operates through a comprehensive network of distributors across nineteen countries, including all the key markets of the European Union, Scandinavia, Israel, and Turkey.

Firmenkontakt
Zettler electronics GmbH
Alexander Stöckel
Junkersstr. 3
82178 Puchheim (München)
+49 89-800-97-0
Alexander.Stoeckel@ZETTLERelectronics.com
www.zettlerelectronics.com

Pressekontakt
Lucy Turpin Communications GmbH
Birgit Fuchs-Laine
Prinzregentenstrasse 79
81675 München
+49 (0)89 – 41 77 61 – 13
zettler@lucyturpin.com
www.lucyturpin.com

Electric Electronics

Wide Contact Gap Solar Relay: ZETTLER electronics‘ 80 A High Power PCB Relay

High power PCB relay with wide contact gaps and patented thermal bridge to meet higher isolation requirements and prevent critical overheating in PV applications

Wide Contact Gap Solar Relay: ZETTLER electronics

Munich, Germany, June 16, 2016 – The ZETTLER electronics GmbH (http://www.zettlerelectronics.com/), a manufacturer and distributor of electromagnetic and electronic components, has announced the availability of its new single pole 80 A solar relay. The innovative AZSR180 series is designed for the photovoltaic industry, to fulfill solar inverter and other application requirements.

Developed for PV applications of up to 20kVA (single phase) / 55kVA (three phase), this high power PCB relay is well suited for medium sized to larger roof top-based as well as commercial systems, deployable up to 4,000 meters above sea level. It can handle 80 A current at an energy efficient holding power of only 100 mW and offers a dielectric strength of 5,000 Vrms. The wide contact gap (> 2.05 mm) and large isolation spacing (> 10 mm) support extended requirements for use in photovoltaic applications.

A special feature of AZSR180 is a thermally-conductive copper bridge that connects the two parallel contact springs for level distribution of any excessive heat between the two contacts. Even in an extremely seldom case of a total failure of one of the two parallel-connected contacts, this „thermal bridge“ prevents critical overheating of the latter contact and thus relay destruction.

With the AZSR180, Zettler has demonstrated its commitment to continue expanding its wide range of innovative AC side solar relays. The company is responding to ever-increasing inverter-design driven specifications related to physical size, energy efficiency and relay safety features. In parallel, it is also meeting demands for higher isolation requirements (e. g., IEC 62109 and UL 62109), as well as higher kVA capacities and switching currents.

For a complete listing of Zettler“s relay solutions please visit the website (http://www.zettlerelectronics.com/cms/front_content.php?idart=9). For technical information and preliminary datasheets please contact ZETTLER electronics GmbH (http://www.zettlerelectronics.com/cms/front_content.php?idart=9).

Contact data
– Max. switched / continuous current80 A
– Max. switched power2,400 W or 22,160 VA
– Max. switched voltage150 VDC or 440 VAC
– Rated load 80 A at 277 VAC, resistive
– Contact gap > 2.05 mm

Coil data
– Power at pickup voltage (typical)270 mW
– Power max. continuous dissipation2.0 W at 20° C (68° F) ambient
– Power temperature rise15° C (27° F) at nominal coil voltage

Isolation data
– Dielectric strength 5,000 Vrms coil to contact / 2,500 Vrms between open contacts
– Isolation spacing> 10 mm
– Reinforced isolationEN 60730-1 (VDE 0631, part1), EN 60335-1 (VDE 0700, part1)

Mechanical
– Ambient temperature -40° C (-40° F) to 85° C (185° F)
– Vibration0.062″ (1.5 mm) DA at 10-55 Hz
– Shock10 g

Building on more than a century of expertise in German precision engineering, ZETTLER GROUP is a world-class enterprise, engaged in the design, manufacturing, sales and distribution of electronic components. Its industry leadership is based on a unique combination of engineering competence and global scale. ZETTLER GROUP“s diversified product lines are designed to provide complete solutions for component applications across a broad spectrum of industries, including relays, magnetics, displays, controls and new energy solutions. With a global network of companies ZETTLER GROUP is not only present in low cost manufacturing geographies, but also has the ability to provide customer-focused solutions in proximity to local industrial and commercial markets. Located near Munich, Germany, ZETTLER Electronics GmbH serves as the European headquarters for ZETTLER Group and operates through a comprehensive network of distributors across nineteen countries, including all the key markets of the European Union, Scandinavia, Israel, and Turkey.

Firmenkontakt
Zettler electronics GmbH
Alexander Stöckel
Junkersstr. 3
82178 Puchheim (München)
+49 89-800-97-0
Alexander.Stoeckel@ZETTLERelectronics.com
www.zettlerelectronics.com

Pressekontakt
Lucy Turpin Communications GmbH
Birgit Fuchs-Laine
Prinzregentenstrasse 79
81675 München
+49 (0)89 – 41 77 61 – 13
zettler@lucyturpin.com
www.lucyturpin.com

Elektronik Medien Kommunikation

Now available: ZETTLER electronics General Purpose Miniature Power Relay AZ576

New electromechanical relay series shows best-in-class performance ratings for applications in appliance, lighting, controls and similar industries

Now available: ZETTLER electronics General Purpose Miniature Power Relay AZ576

Munich, Germany, March 1st, 2016 – The ZETTLER electronics GmbH , a manufacturer and distributor of electromagnetic and electronic components, introduces its new AZ 576 relay series. Designed for applications in the appliance, lighting, controls and similar industries, the miniature power relay meets the ever increasing demands for more power, more cycles and higher ambient temperatures.

Establishing best-in-class standards in terms of UL performance the 20 A power relay solution performs at 277 VAC at an ambient temperature up to 85° C (185° F) with ratings of 20 A for 30 k cycles. At 105° C (221° F) it has ratings of 17 A for 100 k cycles (1 Form A) as well as for 30 k cycles (1 Form C). Coil voltages range from 3 to 110 VDC. At nominal coil voltage operate time is typically less than 8 ms with release time of typically less than 4 ms. Pin spacing is an industry-standard (5.0 mm). General purpose, pilot duty, HP, inductive, and TV loads round out the top UL ratings. A 5kV coil-contact dielectric strength and a 10kV surge resistance ensure that the AZ576 is robust enough for even highly susceptible applications.

Class F insulation (155° C / 311° F) is standard. Additionally, the relay is available in an epoxy sealed version allowing reliable usage in demanding environments. Its low height of 16.2 mm and its standard frame as well as the standard contact layout qualifies the relay for use in different applications for a number of industries, including industry electronics, home and HVAC appliances and vending machines.

With the AZ 576 Zettler provides cost-efficient alternatives to its already existing monostable relay series AZ 762 and AZ 764. For a complete listing of Zettler“s power relay solutions please visit the website . For technical information and datasheets please contact ZETTLER electronics GmbH.

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Key Benefits
– Ambient temperature up to 105° C (221° F)
– Monostable power relay for net loads
– UL, CUR file E44211
– Standard frame and contact for general purpose applications

Applications
– Industry electronics
– Home appliances
– Vending machines
– HVAC appliances

Availability:
Immediately ( Download Datasheet )

Contacts data
– Arrangement
SPDT (1 Form C)
SPST (1 Form A)
– Max. switched power: 510 W or 5540 VA
– Max. switched current: 20 A
– Max. switched voltage: 30 VDC or 277 VAC
– Rated load
20 A at 277 VAC, resistive, 85° C (185° F), 30 k cycles
17 A at 277 VAC, resistive, 105° C (221° F), 100 k cycles (1 Form A)
17 A at 277 VAC, resistive, 105° C (221° F), 30 k cycles (1 Form C)

Coil data
-Power at pickup voltage (typical): 225 mW
-Power max. continuous dissipation: 1.7 W at 20° C (68° F) ambient
-Power temperature rise: 26° C (47° F) at nominal coil voltage
-Max. temperature: max. 155° C (311° F) Class F

Isolation data
-Dielectric strength: 5,000 Vrms coil to contact / 1,000 Vrms between open contacts
-Isolation resistance: 1,000 M min. at 20° C (68° F), 500 VDC, 50% RH

Mechanical
-Ambient temperature: -40° C (-40° F) to 105° C (221° F)
-Vibration: 0.062″ (1.5 mm) DA at 10-55 Hz
-Shock: 10 g

Building on more than a century of expertise in German precision engineering, ZETTLER GROUP is a world-class enterprise, engaged in the design, manufacturing, sales and distribution of electronic components. Its industry leadership is based on a unique combination of engineering competence and global scale. ZETTLER GROUP“s diversified product lines are designed to provide complete solutions for component applications across a broad spectrum of industries, including relays, magnetics, displays, controls and new energy solutions. With a global network of companies ZETTLER GROUP is not only present in low cost manufacturing geographies, but also has the ability to provide customer-focused solutions in proximity to local industrial and commercial markets. Located near Munich, Germany, ZETTLER Electronics GmbH serves as the European headquarters for ZETTLER Group and operates through a comprehensive network of distributors across nineteen countries, including all the key markets of the European Union, Scandinavia, Israel, and Turkey.

Firmenkontakt
Zettler electronics GmbH
Alexander Stöckel
Junkersstr. 3
82178 Puchheim (München)
+49 89-800-97-0
Alexander.Stoeckel@ZETTLERelectronics.com
www.zettlerelectronics.com

Pressekontakt
Lucy Turpin Communications GmbH
Birgit Fuchs-Laine
Prinzregentenstrasse 79
81675 München
+49 (0)89 – 41 77 61 – 13
zettler@lucyturpin.com
www.lucyturpin.com

Business Economy Finances

Agritechnica 2015: Spotlight on mobile technology trends

Strong international interest in the leading supplier platform „Systems & Components“

Agritechnica 2015: Spotlight on mobile technology trends

Topic: Future Farming (Source: DLG e. V., Frankfurt/Deutschland)

(DLG). The „Systems & Components“ platform for suppliers kicks off at this year“s Agritechnica, the world“s largest trade fair for agricultural machinery and equipment, with the topic „Future Farming“. Some 800 exhibitors from about 40 countries out of a total of more than 2,400 companies will be exhibiting specifically in this sector at Agritechnica in Hanover from 10th to 14th November 2015 (preview days on 8th and 9th November). Visitors will be given a comprehensive insight into innovations, trends and developments from the segments of motors, hydraulics, axles, drive technology, cabs, electronics, spares and wear parts, as well as user-friendly software.

With its broad spectrum, the hub for mobile applications is aimed at trade visitors from development, research, procurement and the trade from the agricultural engineering sector, as well as other related sectors such as construction, mining, road construction and earth-moving. At the same time Systems & Components offers the opportunity for all suppliers to meet in one place. It is, of course, also the ideal opportunity for exchanges of ideas between experts, business contacts, and discussions on co-operation, for international market analyses and procurement.

„By opening up Systems & Components to other sectors we expect considerable cross-sector technology transfer. Adapting solutions and experiences is efficient and enduringly positive for everyone involved. We offer suppliers a professional platform for finding out tomorrow“s solutions today“, says Dr. Raffaele Talarico, the person responsible for the Systems & Components exhibition and programme, commenting on the current participation of exhibitors.

Future Farming
The ever increasing challenges facing agriculture cannot be overcome without the use of advanced technology. Smart technologies create interactive communication between machinery and equipment, and co-ordinate them automatically. Machinery and equipment become autonomous production sites, which in future will only have to be monitored. This will enable farmers to devote much more time to their core duties and responsibilities.

Drones, precision GPS-controlled machinery and equipment, highly accurate sensors, field robots and so much more not only make the user“s work easier, they also produce greater efficiency in soil cultivation and yield. Mechanical breakdown can be reported by regular process data recording direct by satellite to the developer or workshop. Nowadays, errors are already analysed and corrected online by the manufacturer. Even damage repair can be organised and carried out with precision and speed. Innovative partners, suppliers and cross-sector solutions are required. The top priority is on the interaction between everyone involved.

This year Systems & Components focuses on the issue of „Future Farming“, concentrating on the four technology trends: efficiency, reliability, safety/ergonomics and environmental protection. Innovations and challenges will be examined, and there will be scope for constructive discussions between all stakeholders. In tandem with the fair there will be an overarching three-part supporting programme – Forum, Pathways and a Special Show.

For more on Agritechnica go to www.agritechnica.com (http://www.agritechnica.com) and on Systems & Components go to www.systemsandcomponents.com (http://www.systemsandcomponents.com)

Exhibitor Contact:
Dr. Raffaele Talarico
Exhibitor Support Services and Technical Programme
Tel: +39 051 632 1270
Fax: +49 69 24788 8557
Mobile: +39 389 422 7414
R.Talarico@DLG.org

Please refer any publications, links or print editions to the agency

About Systems & Components
Systems & Components was first established as an independent area under the umbrella of the world“s largest agricultural trade fair, Agritechnica, in 2013. Systems & Components offers suppliers an international professional platform to present systems, modules and components for the agricultural engineering industry and related industrial sectors. The first Agritechnica was held in 1985, and then every two years in Frankfurt. The world“s leading trade fair for agricultural engineering has been held in Hanover since 1995.

The organiser, DLG e. V. (Deutsche Landwirtschaft-Gesellschaft, or German Agricultural Society), based in Frankfurt am Main, was founded by the engineer and writer Max Eyth in 1885 and numbers over 26,000 members today. The independent DLG promotes exchanges of knowledge and shapes opinion as an open forum. Over 200 full time employees and more than 3,000 voluntary experts work out solutions for the agricultural and food sectors. The DLG“s well-known test centre for technology and equipment, which is the largest of its kind in the world, is accredited and notified nationally and internationally.

The DLG has organised trade exhibitions in the agricultural and food sectors for over 125 years. The best known leading trade fairs apart from Agritechnica include EuroTier, EnergyDecentral and, with Kölnmesse, Anuga FoodTec.

Firmenkontakt
DLG e. V., Service Dep. Communication
Dr Malene Conlong
Eschborner Landstraße 122
60489 Frankfurt a. M.
+49 (0)69 247 88-237
+49 (0)69 247 88-112
M.Conlong@DLG.org
www.DLG.org

Pressekontakt
Benson GmbH / Agentur für angewandte Kommunikation
Gisela Benson
Hangstrasse 18
86922 Eresing
+49 (0)8193 937393
+49 (0)8193 937395
info@agentur-benson.de
http://www.agentur-benson.de

Computer Information Telecommunications

Strategic partnership: b.i.g. TxTech GmbH signs exclusive distribution agreement with COM-TECH Italia SpA

High-frequency components for broadcasting customers in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Luxembourg, Belgium and the Netherlands

Strategic partnership: b.i.g. TxTech GmbH signs exclusive distribution agreement with COM-TECH Italia SpA

b.i.g. TxTech GmbH signs exclusive distribution agreement with COM-TECH Italia SpA

b.i.g. TxTech GmbH, a part of the b.i.g.-group, a leading provider for real estate consulting, planning and operation, has signed an exclusive distribution agreement with COM-TECH Italia SpA. The company is now responsible for the sales of the entire product range of COM-TECH High Freq & Broadcast to the customers in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Luxembourg, Belgium and the Netherlands.

COM-TECH High Freq & Broadcast is a leading company for the development and production of passive high-frequency components. The product range includes FM/UHF/VHF filters and combiners, FM/UHF/VHF hybrid couplers, directional couplers and accessories, as well as loads, HF rigid lines, connectors and accessories. COM-TECH High Freq & Broadcast thus represents the complete range of high-frequency components for digital terrestrial broadcasting of all standards (FM, DAB, DMB, DVB-T, DVB-T2, DVB-H, ISDB and ATSC).

„We are pleased to complete our portfolio with the exclusive sales of the COM-TECH High Freq & Broadcast product range“, states Elisabeth Thullner, managing director of b.i.g. TxTech GmbH. „The acquisition of project management, delivery and installation of the products at the transmitter site, will give us the chance to offer turnkey solutions for rebuilds and new installations of transmitter locations from a single source.“

b.i.g. TxTech GmbH is specialized in the needs of network operators in the broadcasting industry and knows their specific requirements. Professional expertise and years of experience with site infrastructure, transmitter systems, peripheral equipment, as well as monitor and control systems enable an extensive offer. b.i.g. TxTech GmbH provides – unique in the industry – the entire spectrum as a neutral partner of broadcasters, manufacturers and network operators internationally.

About b.i.g.-group
The b.i.g.-group is an expert for consulting, planning and operation of real estate. The family-owned enterprise offers internationally more than 100 services with about 3.000 employees in 27 independent companies. Founded in 1981 by Bernd and Gisela Bechtold as an engineering office, with Daniela Bechtold-Schwabe the next generation took over the leadership of the company in 2013. The b.i.g.-group covers the business segments design engineering, facility management, building services, security services, academy as well as complex services.

Firmenkontakt
b.i.g. gruppe management gmbh
Alexander Stöckle
Ehrmannstraße 6
76135 Karlsruhe
+49 721 8206 318
ma@ahlendorf-communication.com
http://www.big-gruppe.com

Pressekontakt
ahlendorf communication
Mandy Ahlendorf
Schiffbauerweg 5F
82319 Starnberg
+4981519739098
ma@ahlendorf-communication.com
www.ahlendorf-communication.com

Science Research Technology

Pixargus: With image processing technology for sealing profiles to goal-line technology in football world cup

Pixargus: With image processing technology for sealing profiles to goal-line technology in football world cup

Core elements of the carbon fabric inspection system: eight high-resolution GigE CCD line scan camer

From a start-up company to a leading systems provider: Image processing for the quality control of carbon fiber fabrics used in lightweight automotive construction

At Vision 2014, Pixargus will present its latest development in image processing technology: integrated measurement solutions for inline quality control of carbon fiber fabrics used to make car body components for a new generation of electric vehicles made by a leading German premium car producer.

In the production of carbon fiber fabrics, the new WebControl Carbon Fiber Systems, developed by Pixargus and arranged downstream of the weaving units and the automatic tying machines, check the quality of the fabric from powder coating down to the reeling process. The systems operate with sensors that measure and inspect the product as it is being powder-coated and sintered. They check the product for missing bundles and provide information for the analysis of material defects. All measurements – with the exception of the weight per area measurement – and all the inspections are based on optical systems.

As a general contractor, Pixargus supplies several measuring systems, interlinks them in a network and combines the data measured by the various sensors into a global data map, allowing the customer to analyze the results within a context, not isolated from one another. The systems decide autonomously whether a product should be shipped or not … and, as a last consequence, they will even decide on the stoppage of production.

Dr.-Ing. Jürgen Philipps, one of the founders and managing directors of Pixargus: „One of the challenges in image processing today is to compile the results from different inspection systems and sensors in an easy-to-comprehend form on the screens or in quality reports. Therefore, also image processing software must be designed to be able to handle distributed computer systems. And what is more, the systems are used in the industry. Therefore, the performance of the systems no longer exclusively depends on the underlying algorithms, but also on their robustness in field use. They must be able to cope not only with natural process variations, but also with the typical operating conditions prevailing in industrial plants – 24 hours a day for 360 days a year.“

From a start-up company to a general contractor for total quality control systems

In only 15 years, Pixargus has evolved from a three-man start-up company into a leading technology provider, whose image processing systems have become indispensable assets at the world“s leading manufacturers of high-tech components.

Already during their assignments at the Institute of Plastics Processing (Institut für Kunststoffverarbeitung IKV) of the Technical University RWTH of Aachen/Germany, Rene Beaujean, Björn Lindner and Jürgen Philipps had concentrated on the development of systems for the surface inspection and measurement of plastic profiles. In 1999, they established Pixargus as a spin-off of the Institute.

Since then, the company has evolved in a way characteristic of successful, medium-sized companies specialized in image processing technology: from single unit to series production, from single sensors to integrated quality assurance solutions, from the evaluation of isolated measured data to automated „ship-or-block“ decisions …. and eventually „start-and-stop“ decisions for the production machines.

With its very first product, ProfilControl, Pixargus soon became the leading provider of optical surface inspection systems for rubber profiles in the automotive industry. Worldwide almost all major manufacturers of rubber profiles for the automotive industry use Pixargus systems to control the surface quality and the dimensional accuracy of their products.

Shortly afterwards, Pixargus introduced its ProfilControl Dimension (PCDX) systems for profile measurements, immediately followed by the Dual Head solution, which combines the measurement and the surface inspection of profiles in one unit. As a next step, in order to assure the quality of extruded rubber profiles as early as possible in the production chain, Pixargus took product control „upstream“ by introducing ProfilControlRoughness (PCR) 20/40, a system capable of checking the quality of the compounds in an automated procedure.

Over time, the service and product portfolio has been further diversified. In addition to the market leadership Pixargus gained with its ProfilControl systems, the company has become increasingly renowned as specialists in providing solutions for highly complex inspection tasks. Jürgen Philipps: „Pixargus“ specialty is that we can provide complete, integrated solutions even for most challenging out-of-the-ordinary requirements. In other words: Pixargus starts where others stop. We started to acquire our extensive image processing know-how long before we founded Pixargus. Therefore, our technological lead is backed by two decades of active research and development.“

Based on its initial products, the company developed systems for cables, for tubing – first for the automotive industry, later also for medical applications – and for pipes, as well as for windshield wipers, profiles for window frames and precision profiles made of metal.

Another development milestone was the transition from circular, 360-degree measurements of profiles to the inspection of sophisticated, highly textured web material, such as woven and non-woven fabrics, foils and plates. The image processing algorithms developed by Pixargus are capable of detecting defects concealed in highly textured structures.

2014: Image processing technology conquers the football field

The same technology as used by Pixargus for the measurement of defects in moving profiles forms the basis of the goal-line technology for football fields developed by the Pixargus subsidiary GoalControl. Based on images sent by up to 14 cameras installed around the pitch, this image processing system instantly detects whether the ball has passed over the goal line and sends a message to a watch worn by the referee. The system enjoyed a successful premiere at the 2014 FIFA World CupTM in Brazil. GoalControl performed excellently during all 64 games. In many critical situations, the system helped the match officials make the correct decision, especially for Bryan Ruiz“ goal for Costa Rica against Italy and in the match between France against Honduras, when the referee decided on a goal after having received the confirmation from the goal-line system.

About Pixargus

Pixargus develops and produces systems for optical inline measurement and inspection of continuously produced long products such as profiles, tubing, tubes, webs and cables made of a great variety of materials. Established in 1999 as a spin-off of the Institute of Plastics Processing (Institut für Kunststoffverarbeitung IKV) of the Technical University RWTH of Aachen/Germany, Pixargus has specialized in optical quality control of extruded products made of plastics and rubber.

Pixargus systems inspect sealing profiles – for example, for the automotive industry – and tubing, catheters, cables or window seals as well as raw material (compounds) made of thermoplastic elastomers (TPE) and rubber. Additionally, Pixargus offers systems for the inspection of – textured, woven or non-woven – web material.

Worldwide almost all major manufacturers of automotive rubber and TPE profiles use Pixargus systems for surface inspection and profile measurements. Also in medical engineering Pixargus has set new standards with its inline surface inspection systems for medical tubing.

In the production chain for CFRP, Pixargus systems detect weaving and material defects, inspect the gap width, measure and check whether the powder has been properly deposited, measure the degree of sintering, and so on. To allow a comprehensive data analysis, the data measured by the various sensors are interlinked and integrated into a “global data map”. This makes it possible to optimize production processes and guarantees 100 percent flawless products.

The company, based in Würselen near Aachen/Germany, is active worldwide through its US branch and various international technical agencies.

Firmenkontakt
Pixargus GmbH
Dirk Broichhausen
Monnetstraße 2
52146 Würselen / Germany
+49.2405.47908-0
+49.2405.47908-11
info@pixargus.de
http://www.pixargus.de

Pressekontakt
VIP-Kommunikation
Regina Reinhardt
Suesterfeldstr. 83
52072 Aachen / Germany
+49.241.89468-24
reinhardt@vip-kommunikation.de
http://www.vip-kommunikation.de

Computer IT Software

RS Components eröffnet Büro in München

Distributor macht entscheidenden Schritt in Richtung noch größerer Nähe zu Kunden und Herstellern

(ddp direct) MORFELDEN-WALLDORF, DEUTSCHLAND — (Marketwired) — 04/08/13 — RS Components (RS), die Handelsmarke der Electrocomponents plc (LSE: ECM), High Service Distributor für Produkte aus der Elektronik, Automation und Instandhaltung, wird künftig auch im Münchner Osten mit einem Büro präsent sein. Am 2. April erfolgte die feierliche Schlüsselübergabe an das neu gebildete Team für die deutsche Elektronik-Metropole. Damit rückt RS noch näher an seine wichtigsten Schlüsselkunden und Lieferanten im Bereich Elektronik heran und unterstreicht die Bedeutung Deutschlands als strategischer Markt.

Volle Besetzung bis Juni

Nach einer sehr kurzen Vorbereitungszeit kann RS Components rechtzeitig zum Start des neuen Geschäftsjahres die fast genau zwischen Messe und dem Stadtzentrum gelegenen Räume im Stefan George Ring beziehen. Am neuen Standort sollen auf vier Räume verteilt zehn Innendienstmitarbeiter die Vernetzung und Zusammenarbeit mit Kunden und Herstellern schwerpunktmäßig im Bereich Elektronik voran treiben. ?Wir starten jetzt mit sechs Mitarbeitern. Bis zum Juni wird das Team komplett sein und wir haben dann ein Verhältnis von 1:1 zwischen Vertriebsinnen- und Außendienst im Großraum München. Langfristig ist sogar an ein 2:1 Verhältnis in wirtschaftlichen Ballungsräumen gedacht“, gibt der zuständige Projektleiter Maik Frache, Head of Key Account Management Deutschland bei RS, einen Ausblick. Die Eröffnung des Standortes München wird dabei keinerlei Auswirkung auf die Beschäftigung am Standort im südhessischen Mörfelden haben.

Entscheidung von strategischer Bedeutung

Die Region Süd, zu der auch München für RS gehört, spielt für den Distributor aufgrund des großen Wachstumspotenzials eine sehr große Rolle. 25 bis 30 Prozent des Gesamtumsatzes erwirtschaften die Münchner Neubürger hier. Strategisch steht besonders die Elektronik hier im Vordergrund. Schließlich bildet die bayerische Metropole hier einen für Deutschland einzigartigen Technologie-Cluster. So werden neben den Anforderungen der gesamten Vertriebsregion Süd hier besonders rund 1.200 Schlüsselkunden aus diesem Segment ins Auge gefasst. Für die Kunden von RS ergibt sich aus der größeren Nähe ein noch besseres Betreuungsverhältnis, besonders in der Projektarbeit. Auch die Beziehung zu wichtigen Lieferanten in der Elektronik wir durch die räumliche Nähe auf eine völlig neue Basis gestellt. Dies trägt bereits jetzt erste Früchte, wie neue Initiativen in Kooperation mit Panasonic zeigen. Somit ist die Erreichung des Nahziels, die Steigerung des Umsatzes im Bereich Elektronik, schon heute so gut wie gesichert. Langfristig denkt das Unternehmen daran, in München auch Produktmanagement-Kapazitäten aufzubauen.

?Ein bedeutender Teil unserer Lieferanten und Kunden ist im Großraum München ansässig, wir werden somit direkt vor Ort präsent sein und die Bekanntheit unserer Marke steigern“, fasst Didier Goguelin, Head of Sales Continental Europe bei RS, noch einmal zusammen.

Über RS Components RS Components und Allied Electronics sind die Handelsmarken der Electrocomponents plc, einem weltweit führenden High Service Distributor für Produkte aus der Elektronik, Automation und Instandhaltung. Mit Niederlassungen in 32 Ländern bieten wir mehr als einer Million Kunden über 550.000 Produkte über unseren Katalog und das Internet an. Täglich bringt RS 46.000 Sendungen auf den Weg, die am gleichen Tage bestellt wurden. Unser Sortiment umfasst Produkte von über 2.500 führenden Herstellern aus den Bereichen Elektronik, Automation, Messtechnik, Elektroinstallation und Mechanik.

Electrocomponents ist an der Londoner Börse notiert. Im vergangenen Geschäftsjahr, das zum 31. März 2012 endete, wies die Gruppe einen Jahresumsatz von mehr als 1,27 Milliarden Pfund Sterling auf.

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Pressekontakt: RS Components GmbH Frank Behrens Hessenring 13 b 64546 Mörfelden-Walldorf Tel: 06105/ 401 803 E-Mail: frank.behrens@rs-components.com

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Seit Jahren setzen Software-Entwickler Bausteine unterschiedlichster Form in Programmen ein. In der Regel handelt es sich um Bausteine überschaubarer Größe und Komplexität. Über Technologien wie OLE können auch komplexere Anwendungskerne wie zum Beispiel MS Word in Anwendungen integriert werden.
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Das Cloud Component Framework (CFF) durchbricht diese Barrieren und schlägt damit ein neues Kapitel in der Nutzung von Software-Bausteinen auf. Konkret heißt das: Software-Entwickler können komplexe Anwendungen als Software-Baustein in ihre Web- oder Desktop-Anwendungen einbinden!

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verwenden komplexer Anwendungen wie z.B. Word als Software-Baustein
die Anwendung läuft auf einem Cloud Server, eine lokale Installation entfällt
die Integration in Web-Anwendungen ist jetzt möglich
auch anwendungsfremde Technologien wie Java können die Bausteine nutzen
der Software-Baustein umfasst in der Regel nur die Bearbeitungsfläche, aber keine Toolbar, was Designkonflikte vermeidet; der Entwickler legt die angebotenen Funktionen selbst fest
das Einbinden erfolgt kinderleicht wie ein üblicher Software-Baustein
individuelle Erweiterungen über die CC Extensions möglich
durch die Architektur in hohem Maße skalierbar

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