After the last day of the productroncia 2019, a really successfull trade fair came to an end. The "Who's Who" of electronic developers and manufacturers met from 12th to 15th of November at the Neue Messe Munich area, all together over 1.500 exhibitors from 44 countries. With its booth under the slogan "Sensations from Black Forest", MCD stood out from the crowd and offered Black Forest specialities and innovative measurement technology to its guests to unite traditional and high-tech values.
The presented "VTS 2030" standard test system with a robot application developed quickly to a "secret star" for the nearly 44.000 visitors of the trade fair. Almost all around the clock, there was a crowd of people around the collaborating robot that carried out all test steps for the test of PCBs and sorted the tested OCBs in accordance to the test result. Because "Automation" and "Internet of Things" were among other key topics of the productronica, MCD hit the bulls eye again. There were various prospective customers that can use such systems in their fully or half automated assembly lines in combination with the software tool "Test System Monitoring" that visualizes test processes, status requests and statistics of networked test systems via mobile devices. An adaption without wiring effort offered the shortening of delivery periods and cost reductions and was also introduced based on a "VTS 2030" system.
MCD additionally presented the software component "COMET", which offers a strong interface between the toolmonitors of MCD's SOFTLINE and National Instruments® TestStand™ sequencer. The flexible user interfaces allow the control and selection of TestStand™ sequences via user-specific control elements, similar to MCD's measurement software TestManager CE.
Sales Manager Achmed Haddou summarized the news and developments of MCD in an interview with the publisher konradin:
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Nothing works without coffee and snacks at a leading trade fair like the productronica. That demonstrated the huge run to the MCD "messBAR". Hobby barista and MCD Chief Representative of Hungary, Gergely Boross, served creations of Cold Drip Coffee. As a new feature of the coffee concept, he concealed the customer coffee with a "Latte Art" printer, that printed a picture of the guest on the coffee foam with food colouring.
The whole MCD team is thankful for the interesting discussions and the amount of visits and looks forward to welcoming the customers and prospectives at one of the following trade fairs. The possibilities for a visit at MCD's trade fairs in 2020 are at Hightech at the Olympic Tower at 13th and 14th of May or at the electronica 2020 from 10th to 13th of November.