Sustainability and energy consumption are becoming key factors in future machine design. To reduce the ecological footprint of machines, a method to take energy consumption into consideration during design of production machines has been developed in the European project “Energy Software Tools for Sustainable Machine Design (ESTOMAD)”. It has been shown that such a new design paradigm can lead to substantial energy savings, even without losing machine performance.
During the final workshop of the ESTOMAD project you will learn more about the detailed developments made within ESTOMAD and you will see them implemented on a number of case studies. Furthermore, you will be able to use the new software tools in a hands-on session allowing you to assess yourself the added value of energy analysis tools in system design.
Subscription to the event is free of charge, but mandatory before September 1st, 2012 (mail to firstname.lastname@example.org).
More info on the event can be found below or on http://www.estomad.org/final_workshop.html.