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Creatio (formerly bpm’online), a leading low-code, process automation and CRM company, is excited to announce that its CEO and Managing Partner Katherine Kostereva was named one of the top 50 women leaders in SaaS by  The Software Report (TSR) in 2019. TSR is a hub for the latest software news that evaluates thousands of nominations to determine the most influential figures in the industry.

The top 50 women leaders in SaaS for 2019 were chosen by TSR from 3,500 nomination submissions they received. The candidates were then evaluated based on a myriad of criteria including but not limited to company culture and company growth.

Katherine Kostereva has over 17 years of experience as co-founder, CEO, and Managing Partner of Creatio. With her exceptional leadership skills coupled with her dedication and a desire for excellence, Kostereva helped grow the company into a leading low-code, process automation and CRM business. She leads Creatio’s team (formerly known as bpm’online) with the vision of creating a world where any business idea can be automated in minutes.

Creatio’s low-code, process automation and leading CRM platform accelerates sales, marketing, service and operations for thousands of companies in 110 countries around the world. Key analysts regularly recognize the company as a market leader.

According to TSR, CEO Katherine Kostereva “ has tremendous corporate and industry insight,” and “ is always there for partners and clients to support and guide whenever needed” - notable traits that helped her land a spot as one of the top 50 women in SaaS. In addition to being one of the top 50 women leaders in SaaS this year, TSR also named Kostereva as  one of the top 50 SaaS CEOs for 2019 as well.

“It is such an honor for me to be recognized as one of the Top Women Leaders in SaaS,” said Katherine Kostereva, CEO and Managing Partner at Creatio.  “Though many believe that female leaders in the SaaS industry are uncommon, I’m proud to be part of the powerful community of women leading SaaS businesses to success.”

About Creatio
Creatio (formerly bpm’online) is a leading low-code, process automation and CRM company. It has been highly recognized as a market leader by key industry analysts. Creatio’s intelligent platform accelerates sales, marketing, service and operations for thousands of customers and hundreds of partners worldwide. The mission of Creatio is to help companies ACCELERATE!
For more information, please visit  www.creatio.com
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PROFILE YOUR COMPANY ON ExportJERSEY!

Oct 31 2019

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PROFILE YOUR COMPANY ON ExportJERSEY!

Date: 31 October 2019 4:00 AM

Profile your Company - Support New Jersey's Exports
Basic Profile #1
  • $25 Annual Registration Fee
  • Export Opportunity Updates
  • Membership in New Jersey’s Export LinkedIn Group
  • Company Name Listing
  • Phone Number Listing
  • Industry Listing
  • 15 Search Term Keywords
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Expanded Profile #2
  • $250 Annual Subscription
  • Export Opportunity Updates
  • Membership in New Jersey’s Export LinkedIn Group
  • Company Name Listing
  • Contact Name Listing
  • Phone Number Listing
  • Email Listing
  • Website Listing
  • Industry Listing
  • 15 Search Term Keywords
  • Description of your Company/Products - up to 250 words
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Alliance/Affiliation Profile #3
  • $500 Annual Subscription
  • Profile your company as a Premium Alliance/Affiliate and feature your Logo on the Homepage
  • Your company profile on our "Jersey Gems" page
  • This listing includes all the benefits of the Expanded Profile #2 listed above
  • Export Service Providers permanent website link on our Resources page
Complimentary Profile Option
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[News] 'LUPINE', signed MOU with KOVIET International, Vietnam

Oct 30 2019

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[News] 'LUPINE', signed MOU with KOVIET International, Vietnam

Date: 30 October 2019 3:00 PM

(CONTENTS)
The nail brand Lupine announced its official launch on a representative beauty street in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

Nguyen Duc Hanh, CEO of KOVIET International, said
"Lupine is a trusted product not only for young Koreans and nail artists but also for Vietnam", "This partnership will contribute to the development of the Vietnamese beauty industry and lead to positive changes in the beauty of Vietnamese women."

(SUMMARY)
The nail brand Lupine announced its official launch on a representative beauty street in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

(SOURCE)
https://www.sedaily.com/NewsView/1VPQI584W6
2019-10-31
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"Korea Source Co., Ltd." Selected as an excellent company in Sejong City

Oct 30 2019

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"Korea Source Co., Ltd." Selected as an excellent company in Sejong City

Date: 30 October 2019 3:00 PM

Sejong City selected seven star companies that have high growth potential and contributed to the local community on the 13th.

The city held a ceremony for the designation of Sejong Star Enterprise in 2019.

Seven companies designated as Sejong Star Company this year are: △(main) Daemyung polishing △ B & Al(main) △ LDLITECH(main) △(main) K & K △(main) KMF △ Korea Biochem Pharmaceutical(main) △(main) Korea source.

These companies recorded average sales of 17.3 billion won, sales growth of 11.8% and employment growth of 20.1% over the past three years.

Since last year, Sejong Star Enterprise Development Project has been supporting small and medium venture business and Sejong City to find excellent SMEs and grow into a global Jiangsu enterprise.

Star companies are selected for SMEs engaged in local flagship industries and related industries with an average sales of 30 ~ 50 billion won over the past three years and 10 or more employees.

Last year, four companies selected as Sejong City Star Company showed visible results, with an average sales growth rate of 6.3%, an export growth rate of 75.1% and an employment growth rate of 9.1%. 
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MOU with Korea Source US "kylobal" company

Oct 30 2019

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MOU with Korea Source US "kylobal" company

Date: 30 October 2019 3:00 PM

Korea Source Co., Ltd. participated in the Korea Consumer Export Competition held in Seoul on June 3, 2019, and held a meeting with various countries around the world. 
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Update ExportJERSEY.

Oct 30 2019

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Update ExportJERSEY.

Date: 30 October 2019 4:00 AM

 ExportJERSEY is supported by dedicated New Jersey businesses, entrepreneurs and government entities, who want to promote and increase New Jersey’s exports. We believe it’s vital to create one complete website directory, listing New Jersey’s  Exporters and Export service providers as a resource for foreign governments and foreign companies. As well as a resource for U.S. Departments of Commerce. ExportJERSEY has Alliances/Affiliations with the following organizations:Princeton Regional Chamber of CommerceMeadowlands Regional Chamber of CommerceMiddlesex County Regional Chamber of CommerceStatewide Hispanic Chamber of CommerceGloucester County Chamber of CommerceMID Jersey Chamber of CommerceGreater Toms River Chamber of CommerceNJBIA (NJ Business & Industry Ass.)NJMEP (NJ Manufacturers Extension Program)NJTC (NJ Tech Council)BIONJCumberland County Improvement AuthoritySBDC (NJ Small Business Development Center at Rutgers New Brunswick)Choose New JerseyCounty of Mercer Office of Economic Development and SustainabilityNJIT (NJ Institute of Technology)NJII (NJ Innovation Institute)Fairleigh Dickenson UniversitySaint Peter’s UniversityCofaceBederson LLPWorld Wide Glass Resources, IncSomerset MarineSantander Bank, N.A.Icon Equipment Distributors Inc.World of the Latino Cuisine, Inc. Kompassmore info about ExportJersey @  http://www.exportjersey.com/or  https://us.kompass.com/c/exportjersey/us943474/
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Bpm'online, a leading low-code, process automation and CRM company, announced today that it is changing its corporate and product names to Creatio and its official website to creatio.com. The new name reflects the company’s strong belief that everyone will become a developer, able to automate business ideas and create custom solutions in minutes.

The name Creatio and the new logo embody the company’s vision for helping the community of its customers and partners effortlessly create the powerful, unique solutions on the Creatio platform. It reinforces the ability of the platform to allow companies to achieve operational excellence and attain new business heights.

To celebrate the renaming, the company decided to launch their new name in the sky with the CEO and over 160 employees skydiving. A formal renaming event featuring footage of the skydiving stunt was created for anyone to attend online. The renaming celebration has been the biggest event undertaking in the company’s history, and appropriately set the mood for the changing of the company’s identity.

Though its name is changing, the company strategy, products, team and commitment to empowering users with the best low-code / no-code BPM platform and sophisticated CRM products remain the same. The new name only reinforces the vision of creating a world where any business idea can be automated in minutes.

“Since our initial launch as bpm’online, our company, platform, and our global reach have changed a lot. We wanted a name that better reflected what  our platform is about , and how our clients perceive our company and its products. Our new name, Creatio, emphasizes the many powerful solutions that have been created using our platform, and it clearly communicates our vision of allowing anyone to become a developer,” stated Katherine Kostereva, CEO and Managing Partner of Creatio (formerly bpm’online).

About Creatio
Creatio (formerly bpm’online) is a leading low-code, process automation and CRM company. It has been highly recognized as a market leader by key industry analysts. Creatio’s intelligent platform accelerates sales, marketing, service and operations for thousands of customers and hundreds of partners worldwide. The mission of Creatio is to help companies ACCELERATE!
For more information, please visit  www.creatio.com
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 [2019 G-FAIR KOREA X MIK] VR CARVER, Feel the Ride at Home! VR Fitness Bike

Oct 28 2019

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[2019 G-FAIR KOREA X MIK] VR CARVER, Feel the Ride at Home! VR Fitness Bike

Date: 28 October 2019 3:00 PM

VR CARVER is a special zone of startups and innovation companies of '2019 G-FAIR KOREA' held in KINTEX Exhibition Hall 1 in Goyang City from October 31 (Thu) to November 3 (Sun). Participate in the park and present 'VR Fitness Bike' applying its unique technology.

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more about : http://kr.aving.net/news/view.php?articleId=1539234&Branch_ID=kr&rssid=naver&mn_name=news&fbclid=IwAR1m17gYWEaTzfGKUWjf7YB7XxKASsxIUbXRqOZuQORAHiTbaUCLO9SnT94
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Building Physics 2019

Oct 28 2019

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Building Physics 2019

Date: 28 October 2019 7:32 AM

Location: Tampere, Finland

Visit us from 28. to 30. October at Building Physics 2019 in Tampere, Finland.
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Highlights from ONWARD19

Oct 28 2019

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Highlights from ONWARD19

Date: 28 October 2019 4:00 AM

On October 29–30, Yext hosted  ONWARD19: The Future of Search at the New York Marriott Marquis.
More than 1,600 attendees continued to explore the paradigm shift in consumer search from keywords and chaotic results to questions and verified answers. Attendees from a broad range of industries — including healthcare, insurance and other financial services, retail, automotive, food services, and more — take away a greater understanding of how to answer the questions that begin the customer journey, and actionable strategies for meeting consumers where they search. Kompass North America was so happy to attend this event.
Highlights from ONWARD19:
  1. The Onward key notes were amazing, entertaining and fun.  The opening keynote of Howard Lerman, CEO and Founder, YEXT was especially great. There’s a massive paradigm shift going on in the world of search from chaotic results to verified answers. Today, consumers are asking questions, and they expect answers. We kick off ONWARD19 with a sneak peek at what’s on the road ahead for Yext and what it will take to ensure that your brand is answers-ready.
  2. Insightful and very helpful advised from featured speakers.
  3. Being Yext partner, I was very interested in Partners Summit, a lot of questions about business value of partnering with Yext were answered and how artificial intelligence, privacy mandates, and data overload will influence your clients’ future marketing technology strategies.
  4. SMBs struggle with the daily demands of running a small business. Partners can help! Because they are local and trusted, they play an important role in guiding SMB clients to make and implement the right decisions regarding software and other important aspects of business infrastructure.
  5. I was impressed by  ‘Halo Effect’: Linking Structured Data Answers with Increased ROI. Search is the most important form of web traffic acquisition within today’s digital landscape. While identifying successes from paid search is simple enough, determining ROI from organic search isn’t always so clear, particularly when many businesses keep their organic and paid search efforts siloed on different teams. In this session, Christian Ward, Chief Data Officer at Yext, Noah Jacobson, SVP of Corporate Development at TapClicks, and Aaron Boggs, President of RevLocal, discusssed how investing in building an organic search presence can impact the ROI of the paid search efforts. They discussed increases in web visitor traffic, better CTRs, and decreasing CPC statistics based on an analysis of 250 different businesses.
  6. I also loved the session Zero-Click Searches: The Good, the Bad, the Ugly. Zero-click searches are on the rise. New features in search results — knowledge cards, featured snippets, local packs, ads, FAQs, and more — meet consumer intent directly on the search results page. That means click-through rates and webpage traffic can drop, even for brands and content that capture the coveted “position zero.” This session examined what this means for marketers: how to rank in an increasingly complex ecosystem, new metrics that matter, opportunities for engagement directly in a search experience, and tactics that will drive clicks. The panel of expert search marketers: Andrew Shotland,CEO & Founder Local SEO Guide, Lily Ray, SEO Director, Path Interactive, Del Humenik, Chief Revenue Office SEMrush, Dan Toplitt,VP, Group Director,SEO Reprise Digital, Duane Forrester,VP, Industry Insignts,Yext explored these changes and suggested pathways to success. So much fun!
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NEW IMAGE

Oct 28 2019

Press release

NEW IMAGE

Date: 28 October 2019 12:00 AM

Reacting to new market demands, EGITRON today launches a new image: cleaner, more appealing, dynamic and innovative design to better reflect what we really are.

Starting today, we present ourselves with a logo that, in addition to the company name, includes a hexagonal shape with a stylized EGITRON "E". This figure is symbolic of the company's many facets, reflected in the wide range of products and sectors in which it operates. In turn, the colors used, blue and green, convey the idea of ​​harmony and security that we want to convey to all those with whom we work daily: customers, suppliers, partners and friends.

We are a company that, despite its age and experience, remains current and attentive to market developments ... We are not afraid of change and this step is just another proof of this!

We now have an image that best conveys what we are and we want to continue to be: innovation and excellence!
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WestRock Linkx Systems manufacture machines and integrated lines for shelf-ready packaging. Solutions include BoxSizer® automatic and semi-automatic warehouse dispatch 3PL ecommerce packaging lines. They also manufacture labour saving semi-automatic re-packaging solutions for Contract Pack and 3PL companies.
 
Following a customer viewing of the Elesa RF wireless electronic position indicator system on their PPMA stand a couple of years ago, subsequently the customer asked WestRock Linkx to trial this system in order to speed up machine changeovers while ensuring reliable, repeatable accuracy. After the PPMA show Elesa brought the RF system to finalisation and provided a package to WestRock Linkx – which proved to be a like for like fit in place of the position indicators previously installed. This enabled faster re-sets by use of an automated controller via the machine PLC, reducing operator time and operator error.
 
Customer satisfaction was high across a range of machine installations leading to an end user comment that “this cost-effective upgrade was added to our machines in under 2 days, and has already made huge improvements to product change overs and set-up times.”  The team at WestRock Linkx was likewise impressed such that the RF system has now been adopted as a standard option across their range.
 
Explained Tom Whatling, Technical Sales Manager at WestRock Linkx:
 
“Our use of the Elesa RF wireless electronic positioning system stemmed from a customer demand for faster, more accurate, repeatable changeovers – a demand we were delighted to meet.
 
Here at WestRock Linkx Systems Ltd we believe in putting the customer first, our philosophy is to work in partnership with every customer to achieve innovative machines that meet their exact needs – an approach which is completely mirrored in our supplier relationship with Elesa.
 
We have the ability to design and manufacture compact, flexible and upgradable automated packaging solutions that are suitable for 24/7 production and warehouse applications – using the Elesa RF wireless electronic positioning system exactly compliments that manufacturing model.
 
The Elesa wireless electronic positioning system enables faster and more reliable machine setup by use of a wireless connected profile controller, which displays the initial setup values on each of up to 36 electronic position indicators.
 
The Elesa system is now a mainstream option on all our machines and can be retrofitted to our installations – even to other manufacturer’s machines where we are upgrading a complete facility. WestRock Linkx Systems can install the new wireless electronic positioning indicator system to new machines or retrospectively as an upgrade to compatible PLCs.”
 
By removing excess packaging material, BoxSizer and WestRock’s other right-size technology solutions help customers reduce their shipping, warehousing and environmental costs – the Elesa RF system enables faster, more accurate machine switchovers greatly adding to the way they can meet customer needs.
 
Interestingly, and in confirmation of this novel approach, this Elesa RF indicator system won runner up in the “Innovative Ancillary Equipment” category at the PPMA Group Industry Awards 2019.
 
Elesa’s RF electronic positioning system is unique in the market; the communication with the PLC is wireless resulting in faster, more efficient machine set-up and change over processes. The wireless electronic positioning system enables quicker and more reliable machine set up by use of a wireless connected profile controller, which displays the initial set up values on each of up to 36 electronic position indicators. The operator can simply choose the appropriate menu then quickly re-set each spindle to its correct start position and the machine is “good to go”. This saves time and takes out much of the possibility of human error.
 
Elesa DD52R-E-RF position indicators are networked to the UC-RF control unit by radio connection thus enabling an easy and quick installation. Current and target positions are transmitted by RF to and from the control unit, facilitating rapid machine set up.
 
The system consequently saves time during the format alignment process. Once the setup profile has been called up by the PLC, the control unit UC-RF transmits the target position to each DD52R-E-RF position indicator. The current/target position is displayed on the LCD of the DD52R-E-RF. The operator manually sets the position of the spindles following the arrow displayed on the LCD (clockwise/counter-clockwise rotation). Once all the spindles are correctly set, the UC-RF control unit communicates to the PLC of the machine that the setup has been completed - the system prevents the start of the machine until the set-up has been completed, for safety reasons and to prevent loss of production from incorrect settings.
 
The UC-RF controller can network with up to 36 position indicators and is compatible with PLC Interfaces: RS232, RS485, Ethernet/IP, Profibus and Modbus. The DD52R-E-RF (IP67) position indicator 6-digit display mode can be selected by the operator.
 
Further information regarding Elesa products may be found at: www.elesa.com.
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Tiger booth A20 in Printing and Cultural Industry Exposition 2019

Oct 23 2019

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Tiger booth A20 in Printing and Cultural Industry Exposition 2019

Date: 23 October 2019 4:00 PM

Location: Strait Convention and Exhibition Center,Longgang,Wenzhou,China

Tiger industrial belts are popularly used in printing, graphic,publishing and packaging industry of magazines, newspaper, books, catalogues and etc, from the process of the sheet feeder,rotogravure,commercial web offset and newspaper printing to the high performance web folder.

- Polyamide PA or Polyester PET folder-gluer belts for bookbinding machine and tubewinder
- Polyamide PA Machine tapes widely used for rotary and commercial printing, folding and binding machines,from the sheet feeder to the post press printing process(commercial web offset, sheet fed printing,rotogravure printing, newspaper printing)
- Polyamide PA or Polyester PET power transmission belts for bookbinding,web-fed printing machine,folder-gluer,tubewider
- Polyurethane PU round belts for sheet feeder,folding machine,bookbinding machine,
- Rubber-coated seamless belts or feeder belts for folder-gluer
- PVC fabric conveyor belts from sheet feeder,folding,bookbinding,web-fed printing to packaging in all the process of printing
- Polyurethane PU timing belts for sheet feeder,folding,folder-gluer
-Special processing or covered timing belts
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Application of Flexible Electric Heating Elements

Oct 22 2019

Applications

Application of Flexible Electric Heating Elements

Date: 22 October 2019 10:00 PM

The use of  flexible electric heating elements is necessary in various industrial applications. Their great versatility allows their application in very reduced spaces (paint injectors, laboratory material, lenses...), as well as in large spaces (curing of resins in blades of wind mills, silos, cold rooms, air conditioning equipment, etc.).
One of the growing markets is the railway (glass heating, hot water tanks, floors, doors...), where materials must be fireproof under  UNE-EN 45545-2 standards.
In terms of materials, these are chosen according to the temperature and the heating means, being able to use: silicone, kapton, fiberglass and others. All of them comply with CE, UL, CSA and VDE certifications.
For further information, do not hesitate to  contact Electricfor's sales department.
 
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Cosmetics & Beauty Expo Osong Korea 2019

Oct 21 2019

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Cosmetics & Beauty Expo Osong Korea 2019

Date: 21 October 2019 3:00 PM

Location: Osong Station

http://eng.osongbeautyexpo.kr/
  • Date
    • October 22 ~ 26, 2019 (5Days)
  • Venue
    • Osong Station
  • Organized/
    Conducted by
    • Chungcheongbuk-do and Cheongju-si / 
      Osong Bio Promotion Foundation
  • Contents
    • Industrial Exhibitions, Business Meeting, Sales, Conferences, and more
  • Facilities
    • 8,794m2(Exhibit Halls : 7,994m2 Conference Hall : 800m2)
  • Participants
    • : 250 companies, 1,000 buyers and 90,000 visitors
  • Home Page
    • www.osongbeautyexpo.kr
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What are the characteristics of curved electric heating elements for ovens?

Oct 20 2019

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the characteristics of curved electric heating elements for ovens?

Date: 20 October 2019 10:00 PM

Curved electric heating elements for ovens are formed by a wire or tape of suitable alloy shaped for their suspension in refractories made of mineral wool.
We talk about tubular elements classified into various models which, in turn, can also be applied in other sectors such as refrigeration, chemical reactors or industrial drying.
Models of  curved electric heating elements available at Electricfor are:
-    M8GRK models
-    REINF models
-    R Models
-    U models
-    Mx360 Models
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Custom Continuous Hinges

Oct 20 2019

Capabilities

Custom Continuous Hinges

Date: 20 October 2019 5:00 AM

Our Customer Service Reps will make sure your hinge is customized to meet your specific needs, at the highest quality, and with the shortest lead times. We can build customer-specific tooling and provide signature services including free parts design and development, free prototype samples and free inventory management for custom continuous hinge orders.
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Busworld: Mayser makes safety visible

Oct 17 2019

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Busworld: Mayser makes safety visible

Date: 17 October 2019 10:00 PM

Location: Brussels

Sensors guarantee obstacle detection at doors

Lindenberg/Ulm, 16/10/2019
From 18–23 October in Brussels, at the 25th edition of Busworld, the most well-known trade fair for the bus and coach industry, Mayser will present ultramodern obstacle detection sensors at Booth 131 A in Hall 1. The focus of this year’s exhibit will be on Mayser products that significantly increase the safety of bus and coach travel. International visitors to the Mayser booth can learn all about reliable drag-along detection, safety steps as surface sensors, the non-touch detection system, and sensor profiles.
 
First transparent demonstration of drag-along detection
When entering and exiting buses and trains there is a risk that bags or items of clothing can get caught in doors as they close, causing people to be dragged along. Drag-along detection systems from Mayser reliably prevent this danger. The highlight of this year’s trade fair is an exhibit that shows in a live demonstration how Mayser safety edges work. It consists of a profile with LED elements in a transparent window, combined with a pressure-sensitive, non-touch safety system. The purpose of the exhibit is to demonstrate to visitors how the vertical position of caught objects is determined by the safety edge. The sensitive sensors detect even very small objects such as backpack straps, in order to reliably protect passengers.
 
Protection for 30 million passengers daily
According to the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure, more than 30 million passengers use public transport in Germany every day. The fast cycle times of buses make the entry and exit area a central danger zone. Also, in the case of articulated buses or large numbers of passengers it is not always possible for drivers to have a full view of door areas. All the more reason for preventing passengers from being caught or dragged along. As a result of more than 30 years of experience with safety systems, Mayser today plays a leading role in safeguarding danger areas in public transport.
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Mayser sensors make travel and commuting safe

Oct 17 2019

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Mayser sensors make travel and commuting safe

Date: 17 October 2019 10:00 PM

Location: Brussels

Mayser at Busworld in Brussels

At the 25th Busworld in Brussels, the oldest and most well-known trade fair for the bus and coach industry from 18 to 23 October 2019, Mayser will present ultramodern safety technology for local public transport. International industry specialists can look forward to intelligent technologies that are designed for easy integration and reliable protection of passengers.
 
At Busworld the focus will be on Mayser products that make bus and coach travel much safer for passengers. Especially when entering and exiting there is a risk that bags or items of clothing could get caught in closing doors, causing people to be dragged along. To prevent this, Mayser has developed sensitive sensors that detect objects and prevent automatic doors from closing; this can be achieved with pressure-sensitive (tactile) or non-touch (capacitive) sensors.
 
Visitors to the Mayser booth can experience on-hand how safety steps perform as surface sensors in the entry and exit area, or how pressure-sensitive and capacitive safety edges detect even the smallest objects and reliably stop the closing motion of a door. The trade fair portfolio will also include smart technologies such as the capacitive switch for pedestrians lights, which is designed for reliable operation in adverse weather conditions also when wearing gloves.
 
As a result of worldwide increasing requirements for fire protection, RoadFR® is a product that will make a stop at the Mayser booth a must for many visitors. The fire-proof cable is ideal for use in areas with stringent requirements for flame-retardant materials, because it prevents disruption of the electronic systems in motor vehicles in case of fire. Visitors to the Mayser booth can also look forward to a Ventura sliding swing door as an aid for demonstrating how Mayser safety systems work.
 
Visit Busworld in Brussels and experience how Mayser safety technology can make bus travel safe.
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Swiss racer Sébastien Buemi is now a member of the maxon family

Oct 13 2019

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Swiss racer Sébastien Buemi is now a member of the maxon family

Date: 13 October 2019 9:00 PM

Drive specialist maxon and Swiss car racer Sébastien Buemi team up to share their passion for precision, efficiency, and e-mobility.
Racer Sébastien Buemi knows what precision and efficiency are. After all, the former F1 driver has already won 13 races in the new Formula E and was the world champion in 2016. Being fast is not enough to be a front runner in this fully electric race series, a driver must also be efficient with the available energy, or the battery will be empty before he reaches the finish line. That's why Sébastien Buemi is a perfect match for maxon, whose high-end electric motors can be found not just in Mars rovers, but also in the Ad-Blue injection systems used in Formula 1 race cars... read more
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