The successful implementation of “complex tasks and processes” is one of the core competencies of ESG Elektroniksystem- und Logistik-GmbH, as demonstrated by its long-standing responsibility for the German Army’s central spare parts logistics system (ZEBEL). Since 2000, ESG has been responsible for this nationwide central warehousing system with real-time management via an SAP interface as well as secure logistics processing and dispatch within 24 hours.
Showroom of the company headquarters in Fürstenfeldbruck
For more than 50 years, the name ESG has stood for the development, integration, service and operation of complex and security-relevant electronic and IT systems for use in the private and public security sectors. With its comprehensive services and solutions for logistical tasks and processes, ESG ensures high availability and economic efficiency in the operation of these systems at all times.
As part of the expansion of its headquarters in Fürstenfeldbruck near Munich, the logistics expert has added an interactive showroom to its premises. One of the central elements of this versatile space is a multi-touch scanner table combined with an LED monitor wall. This interactive table is available for presentations tailored to different target audiences. Presentations made memorable by the table’s custom 3D multi-touch software. All the services and processes involved in the ZEBEL logistics system are explained not only interactively, but also vividly and comprehensively.
Flexible multi-touch presentation system for processes
An animated map of Germany helps to illustrate more complex processes such as order management and the movement of materials and parts between sites, while linear processes and the underlying information about the IT systems are shown on an interactive timeline. For larger groups of visitors, all content can also be displayed on the large LED monitor wall.
In addition, a cloud-based CMS allows ESG to easily update content or add new projects at any time. This means that the presentation tool is always up to date – even when it is on the move at trade fairs or roadshows throughout Germany.