The person who is the mastermind at GETT.PROJECTS – working with his team of developers and project managers.
Marcel, please describe in your own words what GETT.PROJECTS really involves – and briefly!
You can think of GETT.PROJECTS as a modular system – and customers can individually choose which modules are suitable for them. The six modules represent the different stages of value creation that play a role in product development.
We support the complete product life cycle – very traditionally ranging from the idea to production and delivery and even beyond that… Some customers have an idea that still needs to be developed; other customers already have a complete list of specifications in their drawer and are just looking for a reliable partner who will support them in its implementation. We are as flexible as our customers’ individual needs. Where are the products, which we develop or manufacture, used? We create and complete individual operating solutions at the human-machine interface. People often typically talk about “HMI products” or “HMI development” in this context. HMI stands for human-machine interface. We want to develop HMI even further.
It is our goal to create intelligent and intuitive human-machine relationships. Our customers should enjoy operating their devices and experience value added. They should be able to concentrate on what is essential and tangibly notice that less effort is required. The machine then becomes what you might call a “useful colleague.” New technologies like gesture and voice controls help here.
Which technology trends are you noticing and what role does GETT play in all of them?
Design or touch technologies now play an important role, even in industrial settings. Even ten years ago, the core function of a machine or a device was the major factor. Operating it was always a secondary element that you automatically had to consider in the product development process.
The tide has now turned. Products or operating units have to have a high-value appearance now. Operations elegantly take place using touch and the demand for multi-touch systems is particularly high. In conjunction with this, the GUI (Graphic User Interface) is now more important than ever. Old technologies like membrane keyboards are increasingly being replaced by modern technologies.
The operating front end determines whether a machine can be used intuitively, logically and efficiently anywhere in the world. “Simple” operations represent competence and automatically increase the value of the unit.
What do you think distinguishes us from our competitors or what are our core areas of expertise?
What distinguishes us is our extensive technology expertise as well as diverse development and production skills. Thanks to this variety, we are able to draw up individual quotations and technical concepts in different price classes – tailored to our customers’ needs.
Which sectors do we serve?
Mainly plant construction, apparatus and mechanical engineering.
The spectrum ranges from measurement instruments to laboratory devices and even safety technology.