ARC Europe

Since 1999, ARC has established its European headquarters in Dusseldorf, Germany.  ARC has several offices across Europe, located throughout Germany, Belgium, and France.  ARC European analysts cover a wide range of topics including Industrie 4.0, smart machinery, sensors, automation, plant and enterprise software. 

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Real-time Process Analyzers

Edge Computing and IPCs in Manufacturing

ARC Europe Viewpoints

Florian Güldner — Company and Product News

Delivering Business Outcomes with Industrial IOT

Business models are changing in the age of IIoT. Many industrial enterprises are moving from large capital expenditures toward a "pay-as-you-go" model; commonly referred to as equipment-as-a-service (EaaS), or in some cases “Servitization”.
Naresh Kumar Surepelly — Acquisition or Partnership

KEB Partners with Brusatori Motori Elettrici

KEB Automation and Brusatori Motori Elettrici announce the partnership between the two companies with an agreement based on the acquisition by KEB Automation of 30%.
Valentijn de Leeuw — ARC Report Abstract

Information Modeling for the Process Industries

Data or information modeling enable information interoperability by specifying the content of specific information and where it is stored.  Models for asset information enable these types of data to be managed efficiently.
Fabian Wanke — Acquisition or Partnership

TRUMPF Acquires Laser Diode Division of Philips

The high-tech company TRUMPF is acquiring 100 percent of Photonics GmbH from Philips, headquartered in Ulm, Germany.  This opens up a new market segment for TRUMPF in addition to its existing business with high-power diode lasers and expands its product portfolio.
Fabian Wanke — Company and Product News

Siemens Invests in Industrial 3D Printing

There is no question that additive manufacturing has developed into an independent production division, which makes it possible to realize completely new components and structures in small numbers but also increasingly in individualized mass production. Siemens is heavily investing since years into additive manufacturing (AM).