New technologies conquered industries all over the world, industry 4.0 found its way into shop floors a long time ago and artificial intelligence is more and more on the rise. In order to be level with state-of-the-art technologies and operate accordingly, we attach great importance to the exchange with the industry experts from organisations, universities and research institutes and gladly pass on our own know how. Therefore we actively take part in various organisations and shop floors.
With over 3,200 members the Verband der deutschen Maschinen- und Anlagenbauer (VDMA – Mechanical Engineering Industry Association) is the largest organisation in the field of mechanical engineering in Germany and Europe. The association represents common economic, technical and scientific interests of this wide-ranging industry. Since 2012 ondeso GmbH has been actively taking part in the workshop “Industrial Security”.
The Bundesverband der Deutschen Industrie e.V. (BDI – Federal Association of the German Industry) is the voice of the German industry and speaks for 40 industry associations (including the VDMA) representing more than 100,000 companies. ondeso was also engaged in the BDI project group to create the scientific short study “Industrial Digital Economy – B2B Platforms”. In addition, ondeso has contributed in webinars, working groups and publications of the association since 2018.
The Bundesverband IT-Sicherheit e.V. (TeleTrusT – IT Security Association Germany) is a competence network comprising of members from industry, administration, consulting and science as well as related partner organisations at home and abroad. Therefore TeleTrusT is the largest competence group for IT security in Germany and Europe.
bayme vbm are the employer associations in the Bavarian metal and electronic industry and represent the common economic, social and political interests of the nearly 3,000 member companies. bayme vbm supports its members with various services in order to preserve and strengthen their competitiveness – in Bavaria, Germany, Europe and worldwide.
Building up new facilities and continue to use what has already been tried and tested is currently posing an obstacle for industrial companies. This applies in particular to production and infrastructure facilities that have grown over the years and now have to meet new requirements.
Increasing IT penetration and the growing number of
software components do not only pose challenges,
but also open up opportunities for the launch of sustainable,