Lunch with Guided Tour of Würth Elektronik in Waldenburg / Heilbronn
Conferences on the Role of Robots & Human Factors in Manufacturing
by Mr. Arnt Sumpf, human resource Director international and Martin Horn, keynote Speaker and human factor Expert
Joint Event with ETH Zurich and MIT Alumni Germany
Date: Friday 1st of February, 2019
Time: 12:30 – 13:30 (lunch) / 13:30 – 17:00 (guided tour & conferences)
Location: Max-Eyth-Strasse 1, 74638 Waldenburg; please report at the main gate
Train station Waldenburg (Württ) is 10-15 min. walking distance
Digitalisation and automatization are the buzz words of the day. Cars, which used to be calm pieces of metals a few years ago are starting to talk to each other, so do aeroplanes and refrigerators. Data are flowing everywhere but eventually, who is taking care of the connections? Who is delivering the very components of those huge networks?
Welcome to Würth Elektronik eiSos: one of the leading manufacturers of electronic and electromechanical components in Europe… and one the most modern plant of its kind.
All kind of electromechanical components, filters, transformers, connectors, switches, wireless connectivity, sensors etc. are produced in Waldenburg, one of the 16 production facilities spread all over the globe. Components are delivered anywhere in the world.
Würth Electronics graciously offers us the visit to its fascinating world, as well as the conferences. Please take some cash with you for lunch and in case you wish to honour the guides and speakers.
The default language for the tour and conferences is German. Kindly advise in advance if you wish us to switch to English.
Please register until the 28th of January by using this link.
The number of visitors has been initially set to 20-30 participants. We might be are able to extend if we know it well in advance. If not able due to late registration, then first come first served. We will advise you.
For EPFL Alumni German chapter,
Gilles Savary, President