ENGINEERING 2030 - Developing the products of tomorrow - M.TEC Webinar Series 2024

ENGINEERING 2030 - Developing the products of tomorrow - M.TEC Webinar Series 2024

Sustainability and digitalization in the development of products and processes

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How can future-proof, sustainable products and processes be developed? How are familiar development principles and methods changing in order to successfully manage the increased complexity of today's engineering? The webinar series "ENGINEERING 2030 - Developing the products of tomorrow" by M.TEC is dedicated to these trend-setting aspects from February 20, 2024. The five free webinars include a guest talk from the business world on the topic of the circular economy and a practical example from a project for Würth Elektronik.

The presentations will last 25-30 minutes each. Afterwards, we invite you to a question and discussion session.

Participation in the webinars is free of charge. Registration is required for each webinar, the number of participants is limited.


February 20
  • 11:00-12:00
  • Online-Webinar via Zoom

Andreas Büttgenbach, M.TEC ENGINEERING GmbH Andreas Büttgenbach


Sustainability as a driver of innovation: Systematic definition of new, future-proof product generations

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In product development over the past decades, the aspects of function, costs and deadlines have set the tone for the project framework. Today, sustainability aspects extend this spectrum significantly, far beyond the question of materials. A holistic view of all sustainability aspects is now the basis for defining future-proof concepts and products. This webinar will sharpen your focus for the identification and definition of key influencing factors for achieving your sustainability goals.


March 19
  • 11:00-12:00
  • Online-Webinar via Zoom

Wilhelm Mauß, Lorenz GmbH & Co. KG Wilhelm Mauß
Lorenz GmbH & Co. KG


Sustainability and Digitalization
using the example of water meters

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The circular economy leads to economic benefits for both manufacturers and customers. The material is used several times and, in addition to the cost savings, the environment is protected. Jobs are also created, so that the social dimension also benefits. Overall, a location factor is created.


April 16
  • 11:00-12:00
  • Online-Webinar via Zoom

Wolfgang Pelzer, M.TEC ENGINEERING GmbH Wolfgang Pelzer


AI-based development methods for the realization
of economical and sustainable products

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In the development of innovative, future-proof product generations, engineering objectives stand often in contradiction with each other. In addition, sustainability aspects sometimes significantly expand the specifications. Wolfgang Pelzer, Managing Director of M.TEC ENGINEERING GmbH, uses the example of a pen injector to explain how projects with such a high level of complexity can be economically successful with the help of AI-based development methods.


May 14
  • 11:00-12:00
  • Online-Webinar via Zoom

Dr.-Ing. Michael Rieck, AKRO-PLASTIC GmbH Dr.-Ing. Michael Rieck

Stefan Vogler, M.TEC ENGINEERING GmbH Stefan Vogler


Holistic development of additive manufactured structural components:
Process – Material – Simulation

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The technology of additive manufacturing offers potentially great advantages for the development of structural components with reinforced plastics, such as a high degree of design freedom and flexible scaling. In order to better utilize the potential of this process for series production, AKRO-PLASTIC GmbH and M.TEC ENGINEERING GmbH have joined forces to develop a holistic approach to the development of 3D-printed structural components: from the development of the 3D printing process and printable material to the simulative mapping of the printing process and the determination of local mechanical properties of the printed component during the development process.


June 11
  • 11:00-12:00
  • Online-Webinar via Zoom

Björn Wilden, M.TEC ENGINEERING GmbH Björn Wilden


Developing strategies for resource conservation
and sustainability
for existing products – practical example Würth Elektronik

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Whether due to regulatory requirements, a customer requirement, your own marketing strategy or your own convictions - implementing sustainability is no easy task to begin with. In this webinar, Björn Wilden, Team Manager Engineering at M.TEC ENGINEERING GmbH, will use a practical example from Würth Elektronik eiSos GmbH & Co. KG, how the improvement of sustainability aspects was approached. From the definition of sustainability goals to the verification of feasibility and the determination of the carbon footprint for the supply chain through to the derived measures, you will gain valuable insights into the concrete procedure.


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Sie finden hierzu auch auf YouTube eine kurze Videoanleitung.

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