GEMÜ wins "Allianz Industrie 4.0" award
With the innovative CONEXO system, GEMÜ was amongst the prizewinners of the "100 places for Industry 4.0 in Baden-Württemberg" competition
GEMÜ presented the future of intelligent valve technology under the name of CONEXO last year. Through the interaction between valve components equipped with RFID chips and an IT infrastructure, comprising a mobile and a stationary software solution, the CONEXO system is actively improving process reliability. GEMÜ CONEXO helps customers to understand and interpret the procedures in their systems even better and always with a higher-level objective in mind – to increase system availability.
GEMÜ Gebr. Müller Apparatebau GmbH & Co. KG
GEMÜ is one of the world's leading manufacturers of valves, measurement and control systems. Over the course of more than 50 years, this globally focused, independent family owned enterprise has established itself in important industrial sectors thanks to its innovative products and customised solutions for process media control. GEMÜ is the world market leader for sterile valve applications in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries.
Today, the GEMÜ Group employs over 800 employees in Germany and more than 1500 worldwide. Manufacturing is carried out at six manufacturing sites in Germany, Switzerland, China, Brazil, France and the USA. From Germany we coordinate global marketing with 27 subsidiaries and with a large distributor network in more than 50 countries, the GEMÜ Group is active on all five continents. GEMÜ will continue to establish itself in future markets with its international growth strategy.
A broad based modular system and adapted automation components mean that individualised standard products and customised solutions can be combined to make over 400,000 product versions.
Further information can be found at www.gemu-group.com.
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