Temperature is the most frequently measured process parameter in the food & beverage industry. That is certainly the case at New Belgium Brewing, an American company that has been brewing craft beer for around 30 years in traditional Belgian beer styles. There are around 100 RTD thermometers installed at the company’s site in Asheville, North Carolina alone.
The maritime shipping industry is on course toward better environmental protection. Measurement technology is helping to reduce the burden on our oceans.
Endress+Hauser’s sales center in Greenwood, USA, maintains its headquarters there with office facilities, a modern customer center, a service and calibration lab and a large-scale process training unit. Want to have a look inside?
Bruno Kögler talks about the IIoT ecosystem Netilion, which offers added value without additional risks.
Marine biologist Richard Thompson has shown how plastic contaminates the environment, but he doesn’t believe the material is necessarily bad. Rather he is calling for a more responsible approach to the way we design, use and dispose of plastic items.
The Industrial Internet of Things makes it possible: The Micropilot FWR30 is the world’s first cloud-connected 80 gigahertz radar level sensor that measures and monitors both stationary and mobile intermediate bulk containers. Intermediate bulk containers (IBCs) are used in every…
The chemical industry has transformed itself time and again since its inception. Today, this ability to renew is in demand more than ever. The world is undergoing rapid change – and climate protection is the key issue of the future.
From a distance it looks like a tree, but on closer inspection it turns out to be an innovative small-scale power plant: a wind tree that delivers sustainable electricity at Endress+Hauser in Gerlingen, Germany.
Despite Endress+Hauser’s European roots, nearly 90 percent of all instruments sold in the United States are manufactured locally.
What traces will the corona crisis leave behind in the company? What makes a sustainable business model? Klaus Endress and Matthias Altendorf provide answers.