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ifm Safety Solutions – Identify, assess and minimise hazards in plants

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ifm Safety Solutions – Identify, assess and minimise hazards in plants

Light grids, door switches, E-STOP or control systems - many machines feature protective devices to reduce the risk potential. From the individual machine to the complex plant, the question arises as to how you can wire everything safely and efficiently at the same time.

Whether it is a new system or a retrofit, we want to make it easy for you to get started with safety technologies.

In this webinar we will give you an insight into the different technologies and wiring concepts for your system. We inform you about

  • SIL3/PLe - safety solutions for countless different application areas
  • Cross-network data exchange between individual safety controllers
  • Standardised interfaces for connection to existing machines and controllers
  • Easy extension of existing installations
  • Reduced wiring complexity due to bus system

For this purpose, we will bring along various application examples and show you in a practical live demo how you can reduce the potential dangers at your plant.

Available on demand

Which audience does the training address?

  • Interested parties from all areas of automation, especially automation technology, maintenance/servicing, research and development, control technology, electrical engineering/design.
  • Electrical planners and everyone else who is looking for smart safety solutions for their plant.
  • Special previous knowledge is not required to participate.


Daniel Zahn

Daniel Zahn has been working in Product and System Support at the ifm group of companies since 2015. His tasks include advising customers worldwide on automation solutions. Prior to this, he was responsible for setting-up complex plants at customers' sites.

Ralf Kämper
Ralf Kämper has been working for the ifm group of companies since 2005. His many years of professional experience in the field of automation technology provide an ideal basis for his today's activities. He is currently responsible for the area of “Industrial Communication” in Product Management. His responsibilities include the optimisation and further development of products such as industrial fieldbus gateways, control systems and edgeDevices.


Markus Lötte
Markus Lötte joined the ifm group of companies in 2008 as a system and application engineer with a lot of experience in the fields of wind power, crane and control technology. Since then he has been permanently involved in safety-related customer projects with a focus on the integration of ifm's safety equipment. As a TÜV Rheinland certified FS engineer and CE coordinator, he is now responsible for the project management of safety-related services on behalf of our customers.

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