Machines in Construction MiC 4.0
One working community - one uniform digital language
We develop a uniform, manufacturer-independent and machine-independent digital communication around the construction process.
If machines are to communicate with each other one day, it is imperative that they speak the same language and also interpret and understand the transmitted data in the same way. This is the fundamental challenge when it comes to digital and automated building processes of machines.
In our MiC 4.0 working group, manufacturers and users from several European countries are working together on suitable solutions to guarantee a manufacturer-independent and machine-independent understanding of data for users of construction machinery. Our central concern is to establish this jointly developed, elaborated and coordinated understanding in the market.
For this reason, you should also become a member of MiC 4.0 and help shape this common path at an early stage. Interested companies from all areas of digitization are therefore invited to become a member and get involved.
Do you have any questions? Our experts will be happy to help you
Dr. Darius Soßdorf
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