Andreas Schierenbeck Archive

thyssenkrupp unveils latest technology to transform the global elevator service industry, Microsoft HoloLens, for enhancing interventions

    HoloLens will support technicians prior to and on the job site, significantly reducing service intervention times This solution follows the successful launch of MAX, the industry’s first predictive maintenance solution which is already connected with thousands of elevators Iconic buildings now cloud-connected with MAX include the One World Trade Center, which will also

thyssenkrupp – unique TWIN Technology premieres in America: Two elevator cabs operate independently in one shaft

thyssenkrupp will install the first TWIN elevator system in the Western Hemisphere at Atlanta’s Technology Square Innovative transportation and service solutions support thyssenkrupp’s goal to make cities the best ever places to live thyssenkrupp will install the first TWIN elevator system in the Americas in Atlanta. The TWIN elevator system has two cars that operate

thyssenkrupp rolls out MAX in Germany: world’s first predictive elevator maintenance service

thyssenkrupp will showcase MAX, the game-changing Internet of Things (IoT)-based predictive service solution for elevators based on the Microsoft Azure cloud platform at the Hannover Messe 2016 Harnessing the power of the IoT MAX will help make getting stuck in an elevator a thing of the past and enable a significant increase in elevator availability

thyssenkrupp selects Vodafone as its connectivity partner for the Internet of Things

Major contract: The telecommunications group is connecting hundreds of thousands of elevators around the world Up to 50 percent less downtime of elevators due to predictive maintenance thyssenkrupp expands its relationship with Vodafone by using the telecommunications group’s machine-to-machine (M2M) technology in its elevator division. Vodafone will be providing the Essen, Germany based industrial corporation

thyssenkrupp invests to advance manufacturing presence in Neuhausen. Made-in-Germany enhanced.

Elevator plant expanded into state-of-the-art manufacturing and technology park Investment totals more than €120 million MAX service solution awarded “Landmark in the Land of Ideas” The inauguration ceremony for the multifunctional facility marks the completion of the development of the thyssenkrupp Elevator presence in Neuhausen, from only manufacturing into a state-of-the-art technology park. In addition

Topping-out ceremony in Rottweil: ThyssenKrupp test tower passes next milestone

  On July 29, 2015, after less than ten months of construction ThyssenKrupp and Züblin are holding the topping-out ceremony for the unique elevator test tower in Rottweil. The concrete tube of the tower has reached its full height of 232 meters, the level of the viewing platform. Over the next two weeks the final

ThyssenKrupp calls for action to improve city sustainability

Diversified industrial group ThyssenKrupp is calling for more energy efficient design in our urban landscapes, having analysed that energy savings in our buildings need to be implemented now in order to achieve meaningful levels in 15 years. Today buildings account for 40 percent of global energy consumption. Ahead of the EE Global Summit, the world’s

Construction of test tower in Rottweil begins with ceremonial groundbreaking

With a symbolic groundbreaking ceremony, ThyssenKrupp laid the foundation stone for its elevator test tower on Tuesday afternoon. The tower, designed by renowned architects Helmut Jahn and Werner Sobek, is set to be completed by the end of 2016. Shortly after the launch of the innovative MULTI-elevator system from ThyssenKrupp, the company laid the foundation

ThyssenKrupp Elevator remains on growth track: UK acquisition strengthens the company’s global service network

In response to cities flourishing at an unstoppable pace – a 2.5 billion increase is expected in urban populations by 2050 – ThyssenKrupp, who has just introduced the new rope-less elevator MULTI, set to revolutionise the elevator industry, is expanding its network of mobility products and services. The company’s acquisition of UK-based Lift & Engineering

ThyssenKrupp Elevator develops game-changing predictive maintenance solution

The Internet of Things supports ThyssenKrupp in giving the world’s cities a major lift by increasing the uptime of elevators. A connected, intelligent line-of-business asset monitoring system will raise elevator reliability and safety to new heights. ThyssenKrupp gains a competitive edge by focusing on reliability, an aspect that matters most to its customers in buildings