Last week, our colleagues at the Lingen (Ems) site in Germany had the opportunity to gain insights into various projects, get inspired and share knowledge at our 7th Creation Day.

Artificial Intelligence, our core business around in-line inspection technologies, our autonomous underwater vehicle and Mare-IT – these are just some of the project updates that awaited us last Wednesday in and around the Innovation Center at the Lingen (Ems) site in Germany at this year's Creation Day. It was especially nice that our popular in-house fair could take place again in all its glory: with our colleagues on site!

This year's motto UPDATING was fitting in many ways. Some colleagues got to know each other for the first time, others finally met offline, and everyone had the opportunity to catch up on the work, mood and successes of the other departments.

Many booths, many senses

Dirk van Vinckenroye (Head of Location Lingen) and Markus Brors (Head of Innovation Center) officially launched the event in the morning in front of numerous colleagues. 17 projects on current topics, including new technologies, products, services, trends, processes and business areas formed the colorful bouquet for our Up-Date and, as in the years before the pandemic, there were finally insights into the topics of colleagues, a lot to discover and to try out. Whether prototype, test setup, videos, samples or posters – all senses were served.

Creation Day

Hot topics

Exhibitors engaged in lively exchanges with their audience, and thus, in addition to the sunny warmth in the atrium, the perfect temperature for sharing ideas quickly arose. Real "hot topics" were then also presented in the meeting rooms and the arena of our creative floor.

Exhibitors engaged in lively exchanges

On tour

The test center and factory tours promised variety, taking the colleagues to places they had previously only heard or read about. Insights into the new manufacturing or the test center building were a real eye-opener

Test Center and Facility Tour

Rooms to linger

The reunion on site was particularly focused in our creative area, the mill. Here, colleagues were able to retreat in a quiet, scenic atmosphere and engage in guided or casual conversations.

Rooms to linger