The transformation of traditional production systems and processes through digitization pursues many different goals. Examples include increasing the efficiency of individual processes or production steps of a production line or the efficient interaction of different individual systems, as well as optimizing availability through predictive maintenance or improving quality through error detection in workpiece production.
The share of information and communication technologies in innovations is constantly increasing. Data about products and production must be collected and processed. Analyses of this data - e.g. using artificial intelligence - automatically lead to changes in processes. Last but not least, people must continue to be integrated into production in such a way that they can fully develop their strengths.
Our institute's broad spectrum of ICT expertise has already provided a wide range of answers to questions relating to industrial production in the past. We are currently experiencing increasing demand from companies that are constantly facing new challenges. The production division of OFFIS deals with the manifold research questions that arise from the increasing introduction of digitization into industrial production. OFFIS will thus transfer the acquired ICT competences for industry 4.0 from practice-oriented research into the economy so that it can actively participate in shaping the digital transformation.
Agnetha Flore; Jan Elmar Krauskopf; MIRDEC 2020; August / 2020
Alwyn Burger, Chao Qian, Gregor Schiele, Domenik Helms; 2020 IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communications Workshops (PerCom Workshops); March / 2020
Baumann, Sabine; Digitales Niedersachsen - Chancen, Risiken, Nachhaltigkeit; 2020
Matthias Kalverkamp, Eckard Helmers, Alexandra Pehlken; Journal of Cleaner Production; 10 / 2020
Mark Kettner and Behnam Razi Perjikolaei and Wolfgang Nebel; 09 / 2020
Alexandra Pehlken, Kalle Wulf, Kevin Greksch, Thomas Klenke, Nina Tsydenova; Sustainability; 09 / 2020
Duc Do Tran, Kim Grüttner, Frank Oppenheimer and Wolfgang Nebel; 25th IEEE International Conference on Emerging Technologies and Factory Automation, ETFA 2020; 09 / 2020
Duc Do Tran, Kim Grüttner, Jörg Walter and Frank Oppenheimer; 3rd IEEE International Conference on Industrial Cyber-Physical Systems (ICPS 2020); 06 / 2020
Prof. Dr. Sabine Baumann, Dr. Alexandra Pehlken; 2020 IEEE International Conference on Engineering, Technology and Innovation (ICE/ITMC); 09 / 2020
Friederike Bruns, Wolfgang Nebel, Jörg Walter and Kim Grüttner; 16th IEEE International Conference on Factory Communication Systems (WFCS 2020); 04 / 2020