"Engineering 4.0": E4TC and EPLAN publish new study

Potentials for efficiency: Achieve your optimum degree of automation now

Would you like to know the degree of automation with which you can set up your engineering in the most cost-effective way? The "Engineering 4.0" study by EPLAN and the E4TC (European 4.0 Transformation Center) of RWTH Aachen University provides facts: It uses a newly developed engineering workflow model to demonstrate the best possible use of CAE software. On the way from a classical to a completely automated working method, the researchers identify the highest possible level of efficiency.

The research work is based on an eight-month field study among German machine and plant manufacturers in series and special mechanical engineering, engineering offices/hardware planners and equipment manufacturers. The results are certainly also promising for your company. Find out in detail now how you can take your engineering to a new level and close efficiency gaps. Request your copy of the 36-page "Engineering 4.0" study now – exclusively from EPLAN:



Details of the “Engineering 4.0” study in our expert interview:

Engineering 4.0

A study on the efficiency potentials and the use of CAE software in electrical design for the engineering of machines and plants, European 4.0 Transformation Center GmbH and EPLAN Software & Service GmbH & Co. KG, May 2019.