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4. International Workshop "Diagnostic systems for process monitoring"



On 14th October 2020 the 4th workshop "Diagnostic systems for process monitoring" will take place in the historic inn "RÄUBERSCHÄNKE" in 09569 Oederan / Saxony.

Including existing scientific and entrepreneurial activities and skills, the workshop offers a platform for exchanging experiences with national and European actors.

We look forward to welcoming you to our workshop. Registration by phone on 037208 / 889-19 or by email is required. Participation in the workshop is free of charge.

Your contact person:
Melanie Storll
phone: +49 37208 88919

You will soon find further details on the lecture program here.

10 years membership in DVS

On the occasion of the 10-year membership of the IfU Diagnostic Systems GmbH in the German Association for Welding and Allied Processes (DVS) visited us on 29.11.2019 Mr. Thomas Schubert DVS district association Chemnitz. He is the director of public relations and handed over a certificate for the anniversary in this function. We are pleased about this honor and hope for a trusting and fruitful cooperation in the coming years.

Picture right: Handover of the certificate by Mr. Thomas Schubert, head of public relations in the district association Chemnitz (right) to the two managing directors Mr. Jürgen Schiller (left) and Mr. René Dittrich (middle).

Certification according to DIN EN ISO 9001: 2015

Quality and quality assurance are of outstanding importance for modern and internationally interlinked work processes. We face this challenge on a daily basis and have therefore aligned our work to the regulations of DIN EN ISO 9001: 2015.

Since 11.11.2019 we have an official certification according to DIN EN ISO 9001: 2015. Thus, we can assure our customers an internationally established quality standard.

SME Instrument Project NGenMech successfully completed

The SME Instrument Phase I project entitled "Next Generation of Mechanics with Hazard-Responsive Surface - NGenMech" has been successfully completed. The project aimed to develop the next generation of mechanical components along the entire value chain of different engineering sectors with a doubled lifetime.

This project was funded under grant agreement no. 837355 from the European Union's Research and Innovation Program (Horizon 2020).

Latest Projects

Project EnerMag

Since February 2017, IfU Diagnostic Systems GmbH and evermind GmbH were working successfully together in the research and development project "Energy Management 2.0" (EnerMag).

The goal of EnerMag was to develop an energy management system that is capable of automatically reacting to operational management changes and of optimizing the underlying control system fully automatically at runtime.

The project was funded by the EU within the framework of the ERDF program and runs until January 2019. The project developer is the Sächsische Aufbaubank - Saxon Development Bank, Department of Economics.