- Networks and connectivity
- IoT integration
- Innovation strategy / Roadmap 4.0
- Process optimization
- Predictive maintenance
Agriculture / Agri-food
Dunkermotoren global partner for your individual motor solution
As an innovative and quality-conscious company with about 1300 employees developing and producing sophisticated linear and rotary motor systems. With 70 years of experience in motor systems, Dunkermotoren knows the requirements of the customer and offers with their product variety high flexibility.
Due to our modular system with motor parts with up to 4000 Watts output power and the integration of logic and power electronics, it is possible to create an individual motor solution for the customer's application. All components of our various innovative motor solutions are designed and produced by us at Dunkermotoren.
There are not only brushless and brushed motors belonging to the product portfolio of Dunkermotoren but also linear drives, gearboxes, encoders and brakes. The variety of components makes it possible to realize countless combinations within our modular system. With production and logistic locations in Germany, Serbia, China and USA, Dunkermotoren presents themselves as a global operating partner for solutions in electrical motor systems.
Dunkermotoren World leader for drives with integrated electronic
In the factory of tomorrow, the boundaries between the technologies and systems of industrial production blur and beyond this, from the field to the enterprise level and out to the end user. Intelligent motors with appropriate Ethernet interface from Dunkermotoren are part of this development which is based on the Internet of things (IoT). The increased networking, the use of cloud-based platforms and the decentralization of computer performance create completely new possibilities for the analysis and utilization of the data provided by the motor and also for the use of the motor itself for autonomously executed tasks. For more than 10 years, we have been a pioneer in intelligent motors with field bus interfaces and have therefore long been implementing the approaches discussed i