Christian Jabs works in sales & supply chain management at thyssenkrupp Materials Services. With the expansion of the new solution pacemaker®, he ensures efficient and green supply chains. For our #DigiJob series, he explained to us what the logistics of tomorrow will look like thanks to digital innovations.
When it comes to quality, we leave nothing to chance at thyssenkrupp. That's why our digital experts at thyssenkrupp Steel have developed AI-based models that take our quality assurance to the next level.
For thyssenkrupp Materials Services, digitization is the biggest lever for making their business more efficient. Its in-house developed IIoT technology toii®, for example, helps the largest materials trader in the western world achieve greater transparency with real-time data.
Data analytics is not a brand-new topic. On the contrary: For Sebastian Klemm of thyssenkrupp Material Services, expertise in data analysis and machine learning are simply part of the portfolio of industrial companies that want to be competitive today.
Edgar Tan has a passion for engineering, is excited about the possibilities of additive manufacturing and has been supporting thyssenkrupp Innovations in Singapore in the development of new production processes.