"Engineering 4.0": E4TC and EPLAN publish new study

Scientifically proven: How to optimize your engineering in machine and plant construction

The "Engineering 4.0" study by EPLAN and the E4TC (European 4.0 Transformation Center) of RWTH Aachen University creates facts: A newly developed engineering workflow model compares the level of efficiency (eLevel) with a use-level matrix (uLevel), thus scientifically researching the best possible use of CAE software for the first time. Using five steps on the way from a classical to a completely automated way of working, the researchers show the potential for more 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 helpful for your daily work. Secure the scientifically founded expert knowledge for maximum efficiency in your engineering work now. Request your copy of the 36-page "Engineering 4.0" study now – exclusively from EPLAN:



The most important results of the “Engineering 4.0” study at a glance:


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.