Hannover Messe 2022 is the world's most important event for industrial technology that focuses on digitalization and sustainability.
- Why? Because they are the key to transforming business and industry.
- How? They enable digitalized, climate-neutral and sustainable value creation.
Brighteye will be present with a booth & Jean-François Joyeux, Enterprise Architect for Manufacturing at Michelin, will join us for a case story at the MES Conference on Thursday 2 June.
13th International MES Conference
MES as an enabler of Industry 4.0 and sustainability Efficiency and sustainability must increasingly go hand in hand if companies want to be well positioned for the future. Tools are being sought that support companies in this regard.
Green Production instead of Green Washing, because there is great
potential in manufacturing for more sustainable and at the same time
more economical production, and it is imperative that this potential be
The role of MES as an enabler of Industry 4.0 and Sustainability will be
highlighted at the 13th MES Day in Hannover.
For more info or registering, go to the Hannover Messe website. Hannover Messe 2022
Or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for a free entrance ticket.
Date & Opening hours
30 May - 2 June | 09:00 - 18:00 CEST
Organisation & location
Messegelände - 30521 Hannover - Deutschland
Tickets are available on the Hannover Messe website. Or reach out to email@example.com for a free entrance ticket.
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Questions and additional info
Michelin’s innovative retread process creates retreads you can trust to save money and keep your trucks on the road. At the end of its first life, a Michelin tire can be regrooved, then retread, then retread again, increasing your mileage by more than 300%. Michelin’s retread business not only guarantees the highest quality on the market and many economical benefits, but is also impactfully environment friendly by saving on raw material, reducing tires at disposal and limiting carbon emission (up to 25% less) during the retread process.
However, aware of the potential environmental impacts of end-of-life tires, the Michelin Group is actively engaged in supporting the recycling industry's development in many countries, right from the end-of-life tire collection phase to recycling worn-out tires into new raw materials.
Michelin choose to partner up with Brighteye for their ambitious digitalisation trajectory as Brighteye was capable of offering a total solution for Michelin's needs and demands thanks to Momentum's complete functionalities to optimize their current multi-site manufacturing operations. The project will start at Michelin's Retread business units in Spain and Germany while more Michelin businesses are lining up for a worldwide Momentum journey this year and in the decade to come.