Nuremberg and Munich in April 2022
Current events are accelerating the transformation of the manufacturing economy even more. Digitalisation and climate neutrality are among the parameters in achieving qualitative growth targets. More than ever before, the focus is on the question of how our way of working adapts to change. Answers to this question will be provided by the 9th Integrated Conference on Ergonomics & Industrial Engineering on 4 and 5 May in Munich.
The event, which will once again feature top-class speakers, will focus on how companies are creating the digital transformation. What is the new role of industrial engineering as a central interface? What special challenges arise in the production of e-vehicles? How can the increasing flexibility of production be taken into account? What is the long-term practical experience of using exoskeletons for overhead work? How can artificial intelligence and robotics be used intelligently in aircraft handling and how is a human-friendly and efficient use of robots possible? Do the original ergonomic tools still fit today's working world at all? What cost-equivalent and health-promoting tools are there in practice at all?
Lecture by the HTWK Leipzig and the IGR Institute on Wednesday, 4 May 2022 at 15:35
Attend the lecture by Prof. Dr. Gerold Bausch, Chair of Embedded Systems and Signal Processing, Leipzig University of Applied Sciences and Ralf Eisele, Head of Marketing and Sales, IGR Institut für Gesundheit und Ergonomie e.V.:
Focus on people - visualisation as the key to sustainable behaviour change
- Visualisation of loads in industrial and commercial environments
- Influencing behavioural ergonomics