Project Recyclable Transport Box for Food completed

Technomar was part of a consortium developing a recyclable transport box for food. Technomar was especially responsible for market analysis and the business plan. Online trade in the food industry is constantly increasing. The shipping of chilled or frozen products has so far been carried out in EPS packaging such as Styropor©, which has a strong negative impact on the…

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Technomar has strengthened the team in the EU-project REPLICATE

Ms. Ana Santamaria Garcia has been with Technomar since November 2019 and has the position of Manager Communication in the EU project REPLICATE. Ms. Santamaria holds a degree in Advertising and Public Relations from the University of the Basque Country, Leioa (Spain) and a degree in Marketing and Advertising from Egibide-Molinuevo Instiute, Vitoria Gasteiz (Spain). In the REPLICATE project, Technomar…

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Consulting 4.0 by Technomar

TECHNOMAR has been advising customers in project management, process management, change management and the introduction of new and highly explosive technologies for over 40 years. Digitization has changed almost all areas of business and society. We have our service portfolio together with our long-standing network of specialists on the new customer requirements in the business area CONSULTING 4.0. Read more

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Press release: Study: Demand for automation in e-commerce-logistics by 2020

Munich/Berlin, 24 March 2014: High dynamics of e-commerce creates new challenges for logistics. This equally applies to a special segment of the overall logistics market – the intra-logistics segment consisting of storage, transport and order picking. Safety aspects, falling margins as well as the demographic development call for a significant increase in demand for automation as well as ergonomic work-stations in…

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Press release: Expert survey related to Logistik 4.0

Munich, 23 April 2015: Logistik 4.0 are intra-logistical processes relating to Industrie 4.0. Within the current frame of the industrial revolution logistical processes will face major changes. Development strives for fully automatic and digitally interlaced solutions. TECHNOMAR has - by means of a representative, brief survey - interviewed approx. 300 experts on their evaluation of Logistik 4.0 for future business.…

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EU Project: Technomar, communication and dissemination responsible in Replicate Project

REPLICATE – REnaissance of PLaces with Innovative Citizenship And TEchnologies – is a European research and development project that aims to deploy energy efficiency, mobility and ICT infrastructures in city districts. The REPLICATE project is focused in smart city business models, and tailor-made solutions in the areas of energy, transport and ICT starting from the districts of three lead cities…

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TECHNOMAR supports Gärtnerplatz theatre

The Gärtnerplatz theatre in Munich is due to re-open in October this year. TECHNOMAR has taken to sponsor two seats. The theatre uses these donations for stage and young professional development.

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Mobincity workshop on 17 June 2014

Interim results of the Mobincity Project were disclosed in a management workshop on 17 June 2014 to experts of the respective industrial branches. The presentation entailed aspects related to the current project status and development plans and was followed by active discussions. Furthermore, this event offered a meet & greet platform for experts and an opportunity to discuss possible cooperation…

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EU Project: Smart Mobility in Smart City (MOBINCITY)

The aim of the project is to optimize the range of electric vehicles through an ICT system for energy-saving travel and route planning as well as to increase the on board energy efficiency. MOBINCITY is a project funded by the European Commission under the Seventh Framework Programme (ICT for fully electric vehicles). Total: 3.93 million euro EU funding: € 2.9…

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Press release: Successful field test and conclusion of the European E-mobility project Smart Vehicle to Grid Interface (SMARTTV2G)

Munich, 28 May 2014: The forecast for the total number of e-vehicles (EV) within the European Union by 2020 surpasses one million. This development creates an increased and cross-country demand for unhindered access to public charging stations and electricity supply in order to avoid network congestion and/or blackouts. Hence, the EU is confronted with an urgent need for intelligent charging…

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