75 years of Pioneering Superpowers
Dr. Sick would be 112 years old now, and still ahead of his time – with his aspiration to do good for the world and all people by means of technical progress.
Automation in production, logistics, and processes - sensor solutions from SICK are the key to digitizing industry.
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A brief history and overview of LiDAR technology and how it has evolved
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Safety as a Service: From Risk Assessment to Validation
PEOPLE AND INSPIRATION
“Digital first” alone does not create added value
“The most important question is: What do you want to achieve? What sort of benefit do you want to create? The purely technology-driven approach that I have often seen in recent years doesn’t get us anywhere. Using a technology just because it exists doesn’t make any sense. Just because machine learning exists, for example, doesn’t mean it’s the best approach for my project. There might be a simpler, less expensive process that is a much better fit. If I commit to using a digital solution from the get-go, it could prevent me from ultimately finding the best solution.” – Fabian Schmidt, Head of Digital Manufacturing at SICK
COMMUNITY AND SUSTAINABILITY
SICK supports environmental sustainability and follows in the footsteps of the company founder with this sustainability strategy.
Green Products from SICK
Sustainability drives innovation. With Green Products from SICK, customers can use fewer resources and achieve their environmental goals.
Within the company and with the help of its committed employees, SICK supports social activities and assumes social responsibility.
Success in business comes from inspired employees. Orientation on family, continuing education and health are our guiding principles.