Systems Engineering Know-how for the Wind industry

From September 25 to 28, 2018, Silver Atena Electronic Systems Engineering GmbH will present itself as one of the leading providers in the development and development of security systems. With this services portfolio, companies will address and cover the industry's current challenges and the offer of solutions for innovative approaches and solutions. At booth 320 in hall B7, the experts will show representative reference projects of their work using references.

More than 30,000 turbines are already making wind energy the second largest power source in Germany and one of the most important pillars of energy supply. Both onshore and offshore are systems for wind energy that need to be cost-effective, highly available and safe.
As a partner to the wind industry, Silver Atena offers in-depth expertise in the areas of model-based system development, software and hardware development, functional safety (safety and security) as well as simulation, control and qualification. Trade fair visitors can convince themselves of the many years of development and consulting expertise of the systems engineering specialists on the basis of projects from the automotive, aerospace, industrial and transport sectors.

"Our offer: We take over entire work packages on our own responsibility for our customers, thus relieving in-house development and project management resources or supporting them with innovative methods and product developments for their specific applications", explains Thorsten Reimetz, Director Systems, Silver Atena Electronic Systems Engineering GmbH. "Currently in great demand in the wind energy industry is our experience in the critical area of functional safety."

Pressekontakt

Wolfgang Lachermeier
Head of Marketing
E-Mail: w.lachermeier@silver-atena.de
Tel: +49 89 189600-6917

Dachauer Strasse 655
80995 Munich, Germany
+49 89 189600 - 0
info@silver-atena.de

We offer comprehensive solutions as development partner and supplier for prototypes and small series in the area of safety-critical systems and power electronics.