Hermes Award 2013 Won by Bosch Rexroth

Bosch Rexroth, the drive and control technologies expert won the Hermes Award 2013 in the Hannover Messe trade fair opening this month.

Online PR News – 25-March-2014 – Smithsburg – Hermes award 2013 was received by Bosch Rexroth, the best drive and control technologies specialist at the opening fair of Hannover Messe trade fair. Given through the German Minister for Federal Education, Professor Doctor Johanna Wanka, this particular award was given essentially for the company's innovative blend of machine software and information technology. This particular award was judged on the entrants' software incorporation with hardware and Information Technology concepts. The concept of the Hannover Messe 2014 involves "integrated industry" that Bosch Rexroth's "Open Core Engineering" software took in to account which has earned it the prize. Herme Award is among the leading technology honours worldwide and has now been awarded to forward-thinking companies for nearly a decade.Dr. Karl Tragl, who is the chairman of Bosch Rexroth, accepted the award and took great satisfaction in the company to be recognised for their diligence. Moving with time as well as maintaining the rift in between machine and application to the bare minimum simply by modernising technologies is a vital point emphasized simply by Dr . Karl Tragl.Open Core Engineering allows users to create new functions for already existing software, giving the possibility to use several programming languages and to directly utilise the control core. This will be significant for the combining of information technology with machine application. The user interface can be altered for individual inclination. In an attempt to make the process of automation less difficult, the open core engineering can also be incorporated to company's proprietary applications.Additionally, Bosch Rexroth is located in Lohr am Main, Germany and it is among the world's leading engineering companies. Furthermore, it has also been realised that accumulation of the number of related organizations, all handling industrial products systems such as pneumatics. It provides technical training for areas like hydraulics as well as products for sale.A 200 year old business, Bosch Rexroth is well worth more than €6.5 billion, according to 2011 estimates. It was started by Georg Ludwig Rexroth around 1795, using a water-powered hammer installation, and has progressed significantly from the period. Its clients and customers involve automation companies for factories as well as renewable energy companies. Bosch Rexroth's strength lies in innovation, as well as its research and development team number more than 2,000. Bosch Rexroth has established branches in eighty countries all-around the world as well as its employee base is around thirty-eight thousand. It has been accountable for equipment and technological innovation used in the Three Gorges Dam of China and also the Panama Canal locks' improvement. This may not be the only Bosch Rexroth information to be seen at the fore in recent months. Rexroth Pneumatics is also a subsidiary of Bosch Rexroth was sold at an undisclosed figure to private equity finance firm Triton Partners. There was a discussion between Bosch Rexroth and Triton Partner's Managing Partner Peder Prahl aimed to arrive at an effective business agreement after the announcement sometime in early 2012 that pneumatics business would be put up on the market.The deal came to a close by the 31st of Dec 2013, with Triton Partners acquiring the entirety of the Hannover/Laatzen based organization. Rexroth Pneumatics produces essential parts needed for machinery, automotive and transport sectors, and operates in more than 35 countries across the world.