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The BIBA - Bremer Institut für Produktion und Logistik GmbH is a scientific engineering research institute. It was founded in July 1981 as one of the first affiliated institutes of the University of Bremen. Today, it is one of the biggest research institutes of the state of Bremen. It is divided into two research areas: “Intelligent Production and Logistic Systems (IPS) “and “Application of Information and Communication Technologies in Production (IKAP) “.
On the basis of basic research, the BIBA practices national and international application-oriented research and industrial contracted research in the areas of production and logistics, focusing on crucial industries as logistics services, automobile, aviation and wind energy.
Furthermore, the BIBA is involved in the DFG- collaborative research project of the University of Bremen, as well as in the Bremen Research Cluster for Dynamics in Logistics (LogDynamics) and International Graduate School for Dynamics in Logistics. With the LogDynamics Lab, BIBA has a special service center for developing and testing innovative mobile technologies for logistics processes and systems.
 

Maintenance 4.0 - Preactive Maintenance
 
Industry 4.0- Competence and Dissemination Center at BIBA


Industry 4.0 is recently a crucial topic for research and industry. For several years, the BIBA - Bremer Institut für Produktion and Logistik GmbH is dealing with technological and organisational challenges concerning solutions for Industry 4.0 within numerous research projects. Based on results taken from the Collaborative Research Centre 637 “Autonomous Cooperating Logistic Processes, BIBA develops and applies autonomous cooperation and control methods and cyber-physical systems together with its partners from industry and logistics. For further information concerning our competences for Industry 4.0, please follow this Link.
 
   

The BIBA consists of two research areas:

IPS Intelligent Production and Logistic Systems
IKAP Application of Information and Communication Technologies in Production