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Research Focus: ICPS

Cyber-physical systems (CPS) are the foundation of pioneering visions and scenarios of the future. Thus, CPS are expected to have an impact in various domains such as mobility, healthcare, logistics, industrial production and further more. Especially in the industrial application field of “Industry 4.0” industrial cyber-physical systems revolutionize the processes and procedures of value creation. The Chair for Information Systems I – Innovation & Value Creation anticipates this topic with its research and projects. In cooperation with partners form academia and the business community, our team develops and pilots methods and artifacts for digitized value creation in application-oriented research projects.

Research Projects

Unternehmen entwickeln im Kontext von Industrie 4.0 neuartige, digitale Produkte und anwendungsspezifische Dienstleistungen, die bspw. die Fehlervorhersage oder Prognosen im Zusammenhang mit Wartungstätigkeiten von Anlagen ermöglichen oder automatisiert Arbeitspläne für Maschinen und Menschen optimieren. Diese Dienstleistungen sind in den meisten Fällen für einen solchen, isolierten Anwendungsfall vorgesehen und erlauben selten eine integrative Nutzung über diesen speziellen Einsatzzweck hinweg…

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The project S-CPS aims to identify and analyze productivity relevant
factors for service operations to allow effective and efficient
maintenance, by respecting local and technical conditions. Therefore a
resource cockpit is developed, which brings together data streams of
several heterogeneous production resources relevant for the mobile
workforce to provide remote support for service operations. The resource
cockpit will increase the maintenance and repair efficiency in
manufacturing. The research focus is to shed light on the collaboration
of cyber-physical systems and people. The project is part of the overall
initiative “Industry 4.0”.

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Category: Allgemein

Albrecht Fritzsche and Sascha Julian Oks contributed with three research papers to this year’s joint CIRP CMS and SPS conference in Stockholm, Sweden. They discussed comprehensive strategies for implementing cyber-physical systems, transparency in multi-objective decision making, and order mana...

Category: Allgemein

Die im Industrie 4.0-Projekt S-CPS (Ressourcen-Cockpit für Sozio-Cyber-Physische Systeme) erarbeiten Ergebnisse stehe ab sofort in der gemeinschaftlichen Abschlusspublikation des Konsortiums zur Verfügung. In dem vom Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung über drei Jahre geförderten Projekt erf...