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The Friedhelm Loh Group is taking over IoTOS, a start-up based in Limburg, Germany

2019-10-10. Three Friedhelm Loh Group companies will be working together even more closely in the future: Rittal, German Edge Cloud and IoTOS, along with Bosch Connected Industry will be offering the first complete solution for integrating, harmonising and analysing industrial production data.

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  • Friedhelm Loh Group wins innovation award with ONCITE

    2020-02-12. First place for the Friedhelm Loh Group in “2020 Innovation Champions Award”. The award-winning ONCITE solution is the first real-time capable, data sovereign and AI-based edge cloud data centre for the future industrial processing of manufacturing data.

  • Rittal Cup results in record donations: football for a good cause

    2019-12-10. The 2019 Rittal Cup was able to boast a record result: No less than €10,400 was raised for charitable purposes. The “Charlie und Lotte” grief counselling service, the German Red Cross’s Dietzhölztal branch, the church-run care centre in Eschenburg and the SG Dietzhölztal all benefited from the donations.

  • What is on the list of trends for 2020?

    2019-12-05. Growing volumes of data, a secure European cloud (data control), rapid upgrades of data centres and rising energy consumption are the IT/data centre trends for Rittal in 2020. For example, the use of OCP (Open Compute Project) technology and heat recovery offers solutions for the challenges of the present.

  • Rittal presents awards to channel partners

    2019-11-28. The winners of the awards are from Belgium, Italy and Poland. At the Channel Partner Summit, 50 partners from the EMEA region exchanged ideas about all the trends and challenges involved in partner and customer lifetime values, as well as edge computing.

  • Rittal at SPS 2019: Rittal’s new Wire Station 540 wiring workstation

    2019-11-27. Ergonomic, modular and flexible – these are the characteristics of the Rittal Wire Station 540 mobile wiring table. Workstations in panel building and switchgear manufacturing and in electro-technical workshops can be professionally equipped with this innovation, which can also be used in mobile applications.

  • Into the monastery – for progress

    2019-11-15. “Stagnation means decline and I won’t have it!” That was the motto of this year’s "Trainee Days" event for Friedhelm Loh Group apprentices, held at the Gnadenthal monastery.

  • Rittal receives special award for digital transformation at paint shop

    2019-10-29. Rittal’s drive for ever-greater digital connectivity has been recognised by the judges of the Besser Lackieren (“Better Painting”) awards, a highly coveted accolade in the German painting industry. The business received the newly created special prize for digital transformation at its advan paint shop at its new plant.

  • Rittal at the Husum Wind 2019

    2019-08-30. At the Husum Wind trade fair (10 to 13 September) in Husum, Rittal presents new solutions to significantly accelerate the planning and production processes. The trade fair highlights include the new AX and KX compact and small enclosures along with infrastructure solutions for energy storage.

  • The easy way to get cooling units IoT-ready

    2019-08-30. For a company to implement Industry 4.0, its machinery and equipment must be able to communicate with each other and the internet. To ensure customers can integrate existing Blue e cooling units into condition monitoring and IoT systems, Rittal is now offering a adaptor that retrofits communications capabilities.