Author Martin Voglsanger

Martin Voglsanger is Vice President Sales Industry Sector, Product Management & Technical Support Industrial Hydraulicsat Bosch Rexroth AG. After studying mechanical engineering, he initially worked in sales automation technology at Robert Bosch GmbH before moving to Bosch Rexroth AG in 2001. After six years of management of Industrial Hydraulics in Lohr, he took over the executive board, finance and administration of Bosch Rexroth India Ltd. In Bangalore. In 2012 the change back to Lohr as head of the Central Department of Sales Coordination International took place. Afterwards, head of the Department for Sales Machinery Application with the Sectors Marine, Offshore & Motion Simulation; Mining & Heavy Goods Handling; Metallurgy, steel water engineering & stage technology; Energy, transport & testing and presses.

Seven Records using Hydraulics

Force, torque, robustness: These physical advantages have always been used as arguments in favor of using hydraulics in a wide range of applications. For decades, hydraulics have amazed us time and time again by pushing the limits of what is technically possib ...

Hydraulics and Industry 4.0 (Part 3)

Displacer instead of throttle control Modern hydraulic system solutions require often significantly less hardware components because tasks which have been carried out by the valve technology in the past, are now done by the software. The classic throttle contr ...

Hydraulics and Industry 4.0 (Part 2)

Chances and challenges Motion Controls Motion controls for hydraulic actuators close the control loop in a decentralized way and release the superior control. Functions which were previously purely hydromechanical or hydraulic, are now moved into the software: ...

Hydraulics and Industry 4.0 (Part 1)

Chances and challenges Industry 4.0 is currently the most frequently discussed topic in system and mechanical engineering and for industrial end users. The horizontal and vertical interconnection requires intelligence which is distributed on several levels – ...