On the Centennial Campus of North Carolina State University in Raleigh, North Carolina scientific pioneers and real-world applications come together. Between the university’s buildings is the North Carolina Innovation Center, here, in MANN+HUMMEL’s innovation lab, the Senzit team is situated.
Senzit provides more uptime to our customers and manages fleet maintenance. It uses sensors to monitor the air filter status of agricultural, construction or mining machinery. In addition to the filter load status and remaining filter lifetime, Senzit also registers the number of machine hours...
New York, NY, January 9, 2017 – MANN+HUMMEL today announced that it has been named a CES 2018 Innovation Awards Honoree for Senzit, the world's first smart air filter monitor.
The International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is one of the most important and largest trade fairs in the field of digital technology and consumer electronics. CES has served as the proving ground for innovators and breakthrough technologies for 50 years — the global stage where next-generation...
New Centre of Competence for IoT Solutions in Smart Filtration; part of Digitalization Strategy
The Internet of Things (IoT) Lab of MANN+HUMMEL which was opened in October 2016 is located in the heart of the vibrant metropolis of Singapore. The focus of the team's daily work is the future-oriented development of intelligent, networked solutions in the area of filtration.
Filtration and digital transformation go hand in hand at MANN+HUMMEL. This is because the future is digital, and the same is true for our company. We combine intelligent technology with our filtration expertise. In this way we can strengthen our position as market leader.
Did you know that air pollution indoors is considerably higher than outdoors? Our filtration solutions reduce the pollution level and ensure good air quality in commercial offices, private rooms, operating theaters and laboratories and in the cleanrooms required by industry.
Around the world people are increasingly suffering from air pollution. In an interview Martin Klein, Vice President for Cabin Air Filtration, talks about the filter media of the future and intelligent cabin filter systems for electric vehicles.
Finer, with a higher performance and always better: the engineers at MANN+HUMMEL use modern simulation methods to develop new filter media. This enables us to improve filtration performance for many varied applications and requirements.
Almost every day there are new announcements about the dangerous effects of air pollution on our health. MANN+HUMMEL offers OurAir solutions for clean air indoors and convinces with its experience and innovative capability.