The digitization of industrial production – in the context of Industry 4.0 – is progressing inexorably. In the Industrial IoT, the Industrial Internet of Things, data plays a key role:
Measurement, test, sensor, condition and model data are the most important raw material of the IIoT. They hold the greatest innovation potential here. For engineers, however, they are also the greatest challenge.

mpk 4.0, the specialist journal for data acquisition, processing and communication in the Industrial IoT, supports engineers in mastering these tasks. mpk 4.0 reports on sensor technology, measurement and test technology, data processing, data communication as well as power supply and the technologies at the man-machine interface in a utility-oriented manner.

LP.PRO provides information on the entire field of optical technologies (laser technology and photonics) in the form of technology and application reports, R&D news, product presentations, interviews and industry news. In particular, the focus includes innovations in the fields of photonic system integration, quantum technologies, optical analytics, biophotonics, photonics 4.0 and laser materials processing.

LP.PRO is aimed at experts and decision-makers in mechanical and plant engineering, in automation technology, equipment manufacturing, the automotive industry, telecommunications, biomedical biomedical technology and the life sciences as well as in science and research.