TPT March 2023


Joining smart technologies in the era of sustainability and digitalisation EXPERTS from the world of joining technology will come together

environments? You can join the discussion and share your experiences with the experts. The conference is being

between 10 to 11 May 2023 at Fronius’ headquarters in Sattledt, Austria. Sustainability and digitalisation are the key topics of this year’s international conference. Renowned speakers will present and discuss sustainability issues from a range of different perspectives. What are the emerging trends and developments in the world of joining technologies for the automotive industry? What are the challenges facing the automotive and supply industry in the shift towards increasing sustainability in production? How can digitalisation help with this process? What are the hidden opportunities and risks in digitally transforming production

Fronius has been offering this platform for knowledge sharing since 2008

discussion to those in the automotive and supply industries since 2008. Fronius Perfect Welding is an innovation leader for arc welding and a global market leader for robot-assisted welding. As a systems provider, the Fronius Welding Automation division also implements customised automated complete welding solutions. The range is rounded off by power sources for manual applications, welding accessories and a broad spectrum of services.

chaired by Dr Florian Oefele (BMW AG) and Daniel Rudolph (Audi AG) and Fronius International is hosting the Joining Smart Technologies event. “The automotive industry is a key industry for us. Many of our product innovations have stemmed from intensive analyses of challenges facing the industry and its specific requirements. I’m delighted that this prestigious conference is taking place here,” said Fronius CEO Elisabeth Engelbrechtsmüller-Strauß. Fronius has been offering this unique platform for knowledge sharing and

Fronius Welding Automation

1950 FDF

1991 FDF AND ELVA The managing directors of FDF and ELVA meet by chance and see the opportunity of combining FDF’s strengths in stationary induction hardening machines with ELVA’s innovative approach, to find new applications for induction heating.

The German company Induktionserwärmung Fritz Düsseldorf GmbH (FDF) launches a universal induction hardening machine. A new industrial innovator is born.

1831 FARADAY In 1831, British scientist Michael Faraday discovers electromagnetic induction. But it would be many years later, in 1891, when the world sees the first application of induction heating for the melting of metals.

1981 ELVA A group of engineers in Norway, with expertise in frequency converters for induction heating, starts ELVA Induksjon AS and introduces the Minac range of mobile frequency converters.

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