The race for the future is on, and it is already being run at a breakneck pace. Building Information Modeling, adding additional data dimensions to graphical plant design, drone technology, laser scanners or virtual reality applications allow plant design projects to be implemented quickly and efficiently. At VTU, experience in process simulation, experimental execution and industrial plant engineering intertwine. The company focuses on innovative, new working methods such as Building Information Modeling (BIM).
In the current edition of cav magazine (issue 03/2022 starting on page 52), Rudi Wierer, Managing Director of VTU Engineering Italia, and Herbert Andert, Division Manager Automation & Industrial Digitalization at VTU Engineering, describe the use of modern technologies in engineering and how Engineering 4.0 can be used as a competitive advantage.