The Dr. Dietrich Müller GmbH successfully presented itself at the “Robotics and AI for All” event

Robotics and AI for everyone

The Dr. Dietrich Müller GmbH successfully presented itself at the “Robotics and AI for All” event

Digital transformation in focus: Robotics, AI and changing working environments – Hanover November 22.11.2023nd, XNUMX

Advancing digitalization is increasingly shaping our working world. An event highlight that took this development into account was the most recent workshop with the topic “Digital Working World: Successful Transformation through Qualification and Further Training”, organized by the Regional Future Center North – RZ.N. It was discussed here how qualification and further training can serve as the key to successful digital transformation in companies.

At the same time, a workshop focusing on “Robotics in SMEs” took place, initiated by the Robokind Foundation. The participants gained insights into the possible uses of robotics in small and medium-sized companies, which is particularly relevant in times of increasing automation.

After the workshops, there was a half-hour break at the information stands to exchange experiences and gain in-depth insights. Some interested parties came to the Dr. Dietrich Müller GmbH gathered. At the stand, the company presented an automated bending process using a robot system. In addition to various interested parties, the chairwoman of the Hanover Employment Agency, Heike Döpke, also took a look at the system.

Dr. Dietrich Müller GmbH at the Robotics and AI for Everyone event

The official opening of the event took place at 16:00 p.m. with a warm welcome and a keynote speech by Heike Döpke. In her lecture, she outlined the importance of robotics and artificial intelligence (AI) in the modern working world.

This was followed by a top-class panel discussion on the topic of “Robotics and AI for everyone”. Dr. Oliver Brandt from the Hanover Region, Leif Griga from the Robokind Foundation, Georg Redekop from the Lower Saxony Digital Agency, Dr. Jennifer Seifert and Dr. Catharina Dürremann from the Regional Future Center North (RZ.N) provided exciting insights and discussed intensively the challenges and opportunities of advancing digitalization.

The panel discussion was moderated by Andreas Kreichelt from the HAWK University of Applied Sciences. His expert leadership helped ensure that the discussion was multifaceted and informative.

Some companies that are taking part in the TROIA model project were then introduced. Leif Griga, the TROIA project manager, introduced the presentation and presented the coveted Roboscout certificates to the participants. The ceremonial ceremony was accompanied by the state representative of the Office for Regional Development Leine-Weser (ArL), Frauke Patzke, and Heike Döpke. As part of this, Dr. Dietrich Müller GmbH and some of the company's employees were honored for their strong commitment.

Troia model project award

This informative and inspiring part of the event was followed by a get-together and exchange of ideas. Here the participants had the opportunity to network and have further discussions.

Alternatively, there was the opportunity to take part in the in-depth workshops “Digital Working World: Successful Transformation through Qualification and Further Training” and “Robotics in SMEs”, which were offered by the Regional Future Center North – RZ.N and Robokind Foundation.

The event ended at 18:00 p.m. and not only left interesting insights into the world of digital transformation, but also suggestions for the future design of the working world in an era dominated by technology.

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