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Contractors World International Vol 7 No 1

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The International VDI Conference - Connected Off-

Highway Machines

is to be held May 10-11, 2016 at the

Hilton Düsseldorf, Düsseldorf, Germany.

The current trend towards increased automation and

electrification of mobile Off Highway Machines is

obvious.

On a daily basis, we are confronted with technology

trends such as Connectivity, Automation and Big Data.

But what is really behind these trends and how are they

linked to each other? How will the world of connected

mobile Off-Highway Machines change and develop in

the future?

Preparing for the Challenges of

Tomorrow

Main goals of the automation process are the optimiza-

tion of efficiency and performance, the simplification of

operations, as well as the comfort for users.

Telematics solutions can help to increase productivity,

operability, energy efficiency and safety.

Even though connectivity and automation of Off-

Highway applications offer many benefits for the oper-

ators, there are still various open questions that need

to be discussed.

• How does the role of the operator of the machine

change in such a complex environment?

• How are operations optimized in practice?

• Generating Big Data, but how to handle the data

Caterpillar continues to work with key industry

players to help users benefit from advancements

in the fields of data analytics and drone technol-

ogy. The latest marketing agreement is between

Redbird and Caterpillar in the Europe, Africa and

Middle East region.

Contractors World International

International VDI Conference

Dusseldorf, Germany

May 10 - 11, 2016

Connected Off-Highway

Machines 2016

• Connectivity • Automation • Data Management • Cyber Security

Keynote speech

Contractors World Readers

SPECIAL DISCOUNT

Registration Fee

To get the discount code and more details

please email:

VDI@cwmags.com