Tuesday, May 01, 2018
It could be the most fundamental thing since humans were able to communicate.
Digitalization changes everything, affects core aspects of business processes, customer interaction and processes.
Processes gain obvious benefits from digitalization, as well as the ways companies interact with customers.
Do decision-makers fully understand the opportunities and threats posed by digitalization and how technological change will affect the long-term health of their organizations?
Tuesday, June 06, 2017
The World's largest CLT press by Minda.
MINDA recently received an order from a European manufacturer of prefabricated houses for the construction of the world’s largest CLT-press designed until now for a maximum board size of 20 x 6 m.
Already in 2010 MINDA developed its first hydraulic CLT press with the TimberPress X 300 including a 3-dimensional pressing system for the production of high-quality CLT boards for a German customer.
Layers of individual length and cross lamellas are transferred to the alignment station by the vacuum portal followed by the automatic glue application.
The package to be pressed enters the press on a special plastic belt whereas the finished pressed package simultaneously leaves the press.
Before pressing, the package to be pressed is entirely compressed, separately in X- und Y-direction, by a horizontal press system. Afterwards the vertical main pressure is built up.
The TimberPress X 300 particularly disposes of a flexible fully-automatic limit stop which allows producing any board format within millimeters. To that effect no oversize is required.
Source: Minda, Ligna 2017
Thursday, May 18, 2017
LIGNA 2017 – the world’s leading trade fair for machinery, plant and tools for the woodworking and timber processing industries – is about to start in a few days!
We would like to remind you of the LIGNA press highlight tour on Monday, 22 May 2017, from 10 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. Meeting point will be the foyer at the Press Centre at Hall 17/west side, check-in starts at 9:30 a.m.
We arrived to Hannover in the afternoon with Irja. It was raining at our arrival but they'd a very warm day in Hannover today: 30 C.
Now at 22h07, local time, the temperature is pleasant we're happy with our location and apartment. Spring time is beautiful in Germany. The weather was very warm in Munich today as well.
Deutsche Mess is celebrating 70th anniversary this year.
Sijainti: Hanover, Germany
Monday, April 10, 2017
DV invites you to join the discussion on the ongoing digital industrial revolution. The industry is in front of technological, social, customer focused and experience based digital revolution which will disrupt every industry in every country.
The breadth and depth of these changes manifest the transformation of entire systems of production, management, and governance.
This revolution is affecting manufacturing and service industries from innovative start-ups to world’s leading enterprises. We're going to see changes in the way end users are using new technology. Platform and solution developers and providers are creating better ways for us to live on the globe.
Thursday, March 23, 2017
The global SGS Group is represented by more than ten locations on four continents. The headquarters of the Group is located in Dorf an der Pram, Upper Austria. Subsidiaries, local project teams and resources are efficiently put together and managed centrally from Austria.
SGS employees have excellent awareness of the relevant markets and industries, and maintain the highest standard of contact with customers and suppliers, in order to successfully implement international projects to the highest quality.
SGS is a worldwide operating company with branches on four continents. An outstanding number of successful projects are proof of the exceptional expertise and competence of SGS and its 650 highly trained and dedicated employees. For more extensive projects SGS can provide over 1300 skilled workers.
Friday, March 10, 2017
First, we're chatting about "talking walls" and "info centers".
Back then, it was much talk, visual and digital day-dreaming but very little action.
Personal Computers carried a lot of promises but businesses lived in a paper driven world. Nevertheless, The PC was a milestone for the movement that ten years later surfaced as the concept of a digital village.
The first generation Digital Villages came along 1997 in Southeastern Finland. We were able to use Internet and Web 1.0 technologies as a platform to improve local and regional networking.
We're now ready to reach out and find new audiences.
It's hard to believe that the virtual construction of "Wirby the Global Village" would continue as a self-improving project for such a long time.
The first generation Digital Villages was still a regional story while the products and services connected only had a local, regional or national reach at most.
When we watch the world at present we need to work with people and producers who love to connect with their audiences on a global scale.
It's 2017 and we should be able to talk about digitalization as way to provide visibility and public awareness to products and services that have been limited and restricted to a small local market in the past. We'll do it in a way that counts.
Today, the tools are much more advanced and the fantasies of 1987 can be accomplished through global collaboration of small independent and distributed teams of producers.
Progress was being made on many levels.
- Picture Galleries
- Digital Storytelling
We're attracting and connecting with people who love to do what they're passionate about.
Today, technology isn't a bottleneck or information flow a limitation anymore. We can do it! Digital Villages is a living network and a breathing brand.
- We're working to make this a worldwide phenomenon
As a partner, you just have to believe that you're good at what you do, while working to process and integrate those who are willing to grasp their own share of the market.
Now, we're giving Digital Villages a second chance to become a hyper-local and transatlantic success story with a built-in ability to scale for global reach and business growth.
- Micro-movies showing the opportunities to do good
- Representation is the best thing that has come out of the Internet
- Putting yourself out there and being open and honest and authentic about who you are and what you represent creates interest and attracts followers
DV 2.0 is responsive in real time to customer needs and the changing needs of international clients. Many future products and services will be created and improved through crowdsourcing of customer requests.
- We want to be famous around the world in hopes of reaching digital nomads, especially digitally advanced international people with an edge and a pitch
- And with everything going on we can say that multi-channeling has a purpose
Collaboration is the key to the evolution of the creative process showing networking partners in a flattering light. Our producers are using social-media marketing to create hype as strong that customers join the crusade and start doing their hyper-local activities on their own while sharing with others.
- Younger people are connected by the Internet, and that means we're communicating with people from halfway around the world
We're featuring characters, personalities and organizations that are real and complicated, contradictory, normal individuals, organizations and companies like we all are, who are also allowed to be funny and challenging.
- Playful positivism
- Hyper-local live shows
- We welcome those who like to think they're citizens of the world
Thursday, March 09, 2017
To tackle modern day challenges in the forest industry we require updated solutions.
Cutting edge innovations that will allow us to connect, reach the hard-to-reach results, we need to engage with those who have the knowledge and power to create better productivity tools and methods.
The out of the box solutions came around when participants got active in their own time-frame and own space, eliminating key barriers that prevented the creators from getting the necessary depth and clarity needed to solve the problems.
We've been out there in the woods, crisscrossed logging yards, visited pulp and paper mills, sawmills and engineered wood components production units where influensers, solution providers and innovators discussed, showcased and explored the intersections of forestry operations, technology, automation and social change.
Learning from these experiences, beyond basic production and processing, we came together with dedicated networks to help drive the impact of social and technological change across the value chains.
Wednesday, March 08, 2017
Beyond Innovation. DV is an online business market penetration network developed in the early years of the 1990's. At a very early stage, it's impossible to know if there're any realistic possibilities for startups and innovators to connect with their clients at all.
Digital Villages enables us to manage, monitor and evidence business development projects and allow participants to measure and analyse the impact of invested time and money.
The show must go on. We've tested its functionality during the past decades in numerous exciting projects. As it turns out, easy market penetration and entry has its limitations, for ongoing success we need a world-class products and services. Next, we've to make the stuff available and create awareness.
Initially, the DV breaks down the barriers of entry to international markets for small and medium size companies. The growth of social media amplifies the possibilities of innovators to find out profitable niches in the market.
But look closer. It takes in consideration a vast range of opportunities and market conditions for those who travel through the three major steps of internationalization: