Quod vide: Events Archive
Training "Technologies of Logistics"
January 29th, 2020, Bremen
As part of the "Technologies of Logistics" training course, you will learn about the possibilities and potential of current developments for your company in our practical learning factory. You will actively deal with mobile technologies and products and learn how to efficiently plan and control logistics processes and technical systems. Last but not least, we look at adaptive systems for a changing environment and consider together which possibilities the presented technologies and solutions bring with them for your company.
By participating in the training course
- you will be supported in determining the potential of CPS in your company.
- you will get to know concrete operating conditions as well as the advantages and disadvantages of decentralised and central control systems for your logistics tasks.
- you will learn about the basic characteristics of the technologies taught and the possibilities for your application.
- learn about the potential and limits for self-control of logistics processes and for the convergence of material and information flows.
The training is aimed at specialists and managers (technicians, engineers) with a focus on logistics. It is helpful if you have basic knowledge of logistics, its tasks and processes.
The training will be held in German.
Workshop: Mensch-Maschine-Systeme am Beispiel von Industrie 4.0 Anwendungsfällen
31. Januar 2020, Bremen
Industrie 4.0 im produzierenden Mittelstand zeichnet sich durch zunehmend vernetzte Produktionsprozesse aus. Oft arbeiten Auftraggeber, Produktionsplaner und Mitarbeiter aus unterschiedlichen technologischen Domänen und Arbeitsumgebungen auftragsbasiert zusammen. Diese firmen- und domänenübergreifende Zusammenarbeit erhöht die Komplexität zur Gestaltung der Arbeitsorganisation und -prozesse. Dabei können Industrie 4.0 Plattformen und innovative Datendienste mittels maschinellen Lernens helfen, die erzeugte Komplexität zu beherrschen. In diesem Workshop werden solche Ansätze, Ideen und Möglichkeiten vorgestellt und dabei die Chancen für den Mittelstand in Deutschland aufgezeigt.
Der Workshop ist der erste der Reihe „Den digitalen Wandel gestalten“, welche in Kooperation des Mittelstand 4.0-Kompetenzzentrums Bremen, BIBA – Bremer Institut für Produktion und Logistik GmbH und der embeteco GmbH & Co KG angeboten wird. Das Bundesministerium für Wirtschaft und Energie ermöglicht das kostenfreie Angebot dieser Workshopreihe.
Anmeldung bis zum 21.01.2020
Doctoral Workshop: Ensuring Practical Relevance and Scientific Contribution for Good Logistics Research
February 10th - 11th, 2020, Bremen
The goal of the LogDynamics Doctoral Workshop is to forge a seed of young researchers from different disciplines, who share the interest in mechanisms for coordination of logistics processes as well as in the cooperation and competitiveness in supply chains. Therefore, the Doctoral Workshop is organized as satellite event of the LDIC 2020 and will take place in the two days leading up to the conference.
It will offer one day with a focus on scientific contribution, including presentations and discussions with scholars in the field, including topics related to research design, methodological paradigms and methods, and knowledge production. The workshop takes into account the persistent need for enhancing the social and economic impact of research, and will specifically focus on problem-oriented research and address the effects of important trends such as digitalization on research practices. It will also include one day on the contemporary needs of enterprises and how to ensure practical relevance of projects. In addition, the combination with the 7th International Conference on Dynamics in Logistics (LDIC) will give the participants the opportunity to meet experts from different related fields.
Please apply by January 5th, 2020.
7th International Conference on Dynamics in Logistics
February 12th - 14th, 2020, Bremen
Transporting goods in a smart way from A to B - that was yesterday's logistics. Today's logistics offers methods that make it possible to react quickly and flexible to dynamic technical and socio-economic developments. Particular attention should be paid to the modelling, planning and control of processes, supply chain management, maritime logistics and innovative technologies and robot applications for cyber-physical production and logistics systems. These diverse aspects will be presented and discussed at the seventh International Conference on Dynamics in Logistics (LDIC 2020). The conference will take place at BIBA from February 12th to 14th, 2020. The conference series is organized by the LogDynamics research cluster of the University of Bremen.
Industry Meets Science - Digital Meets Real
March 18th, 2020, Bremen
Digitalization is changing our world. What exactly does this mean for product development? What impact will the robot that works with humans have on the workplace of the future? How can new business models be developed to create a digital product? In keynote speeches and in a "market of possibilities" we give answers! The event is organized by the Bremen Chamber of Commerce in cooperation with the Mittelstand 4.0-Kompetenzzentrum Bremen and the BIBA - Bremer Institut für Produktion und Logistik GmbH.
5th International Conference on System-Integrated Intelligence - Intelligent, Flexible and Connected Systems in Products and Production
June 3rd - 5th, 2020, Bremen
The International Conference on System-Integrated Intelligence is a cooperative event between the Universities of Bremen, Hanover and Paderborn. The fifth edition will take place from June 3rd to 5th, 2020 in Bremen, BIBA is one of the co-organisers. SysInt deals with the integration of new intelligent functionalities into materials, components, systems and products. The conference offers a platform for science and industry and focuses on six main topics:
- Intelligent Systems: Enabling Technologies and Artificial Intelligence
- The Future of Manufacturing: Cyber-Physical Production and Logistic Systems
- Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing
- Structural Health Monitoring
- Systems Engineering
- Soft Robotics and Human-Machine-Interaction
Abstracts may be submitted until December 16th, 2019.