Sander Automation GmbH supports a sustainable start-up company
In order to contribute to minimizing youth unemployment, Sander Automation started a project with DeBaCode, a start-up of the Enactus university group at KIT in Karlsruhe.Fighting youth unemployment is in the interest not only of the youth themselves, but above all of society as a whole. When the change from the education system to the labor market is unsuccessful, this prevents social participation and contributions and reduces young people's trust in political institutions.The aim of the project is the modernization of an aging software for the throughput optimization of forming processes. Existing functions are migrated to a modern development platform and the front-end design is updated.DeBaCode gUG is a non-profit company that employs Bosnian students as an IT service provider. The students develop state-of-the-art solutions and can use them to finance their studies as well as to develop valuable references that make starting their careers easier.
The German students who work for DeBaCode on a voluntary basis are contact persons for the customer and take on contract drafting, requirements, project and quality management and also benefit for later career entry.Sander Automation GmbH has been setting standards in automation around the press for 40 years. Sander Automation became known for transfer devices in and automation solutions before and after the press. The solutions from Sander Automation are characterized by high availability, productivity and versatility for every application, from sheet metal forming to cold and hot forming.(Photo rights: Lawrence Monk, London / UK)