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UPTIME

Unified Predictive Maintenance System

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UPTIME will seek to reframe predictive maintenance strategy by proposing a unified framework and to create an associated unified information system in alignment to the aforementioned framework. Therefore, UPTIME will extend and unify new digital, e-maintenance services and tools in order to exploit the full potential of a predictive maintenance strategy with the UPTIME solution.

Duration 01.09.2017 - 31.08.2020, Funded by H2020

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Rang-E

Autonomes Rangieren auf der Hafenbahn

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Das Projekt Rang-E ist eine Durchführbarkeitsstudie zur Beurteilung der Machbarkeit von autonomen Rangiervorgängen am Beispiel der Hafenbahn Bremerhaven. Es werden technische, ökonomische und rechtliche Aspekte beleuchtet. Das autonome Rangieren ermöglicht die optimierte Disposition und Einsatzsteuerung von Rangierloks im Hafen – sowohl beim Containerumschlag als auch im Automobilumschlag. Die Terminals in Bremerhaven bieten dabei eine ausgezeichnete Plattform, da Bremerhaven einen hohen Bahn-Anteil im Hinterlandverkehr aufweist. Es werden verschiedene Automatisierungsstufen bis hin zur vollständigen Autonomie und Selbststeuerung von Rangierloks beleuchtet. Rang-E bezieht erweitert auch die Kompetenz deutscher Hafenunternehmen bzgl. aktueller Strategien zur Digitalisierung der deutschen Wirtschaft wie Internet of Things (IoT) und Logistik 4.0.

Duration 01.08.2017 - 31.07.2019, Funded by BMVI

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Isabella

Automobile logistics in sea- and inland ports: interactive and simulation-based operation planning, dynamic and context-based control of device- and load movements

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The project Isabella aims at the development of an interactive planning and control system for adaptive logistics processes on sea and inland ports. After development, the planning and control system will be implemented for pilot testing on the vehicle port of the BLG in Bremerhaven.

A simulation-based planning tool will be developed to enable short-term planning adjustments due to occurring change demands and to validate possible planning alternatives. The planning tool is supposed to work on a visual and thus most intuitive basis. A multi-touch table will be used for the visualization of the current planning situation and the definition of planning alternatives. The evaluation of these alternatives is supposed to happen simulation-based. The simulation will evaluate all alternatives based on a multi-criteria target system.

A control algorithm will be developed for the management of vehicle movements on the vehicle port. The control system should assign tasks based on the current order situation and the location of the vehicles. By doing so, not only a given order sequence and thus due date reliability can be pursued, but also route optimization and elimination or minimization of empty runs.

For the realization of adaptive logistics processes, a tracking and tracing system needs to be designed that generates real time data of the location of the vehicles. A special requirement is the urgent need for a high spatial accuracy that can locate objects within an area of adequate size, preferably on parking lot exactness. Therefore, it will be investigated, if different tracking and tracing methods such as differential-GPS (DGPS) and WLAN-Fingerprinting are adequate for usage in vehicle compound applications.

The envisioned planning and control system will be developed in cooperation with the project partners BLG and 28Apps. The project is funded by the German Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure (BMVI) as part of the program for innovative port technologies (IHATEC).

Duration 01.07.2017 - 30.06.2020, Funded by BMVI
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safeguARd

Augmented Reality-based assistance system for commercial vehicles to raise the safety level

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The goal of the safeguARd project is the development of an assistance system for commercial vehicles, which recognizes the occurrence of hazardous situations at an early stage, draws the operator's attention to the dangerous situations and, in the last resort, actively transmits control commands to the machine operator, for example, to initiate an emergency stop. In the context of the project, the safeguARd system is initially developed and evaluated on the example of mobile cranes. This is due to a modular and flexible design so that the transmission of the system to other construction machines as well as other commercial vehicle groups is possible without major adjustments. The project partners apply the "Design for all" concept as part of the development efforts. Thus, the system enables all users to an efficient and safe use of commercial vehicles. Particularly older employees can compensate sensomotoric restrictions and thus the safeguARd system represents an approach to adapt machine operator workplaces to the requirements of the demographic change.

Duration 01.06.2017 - 31.05.2020, Funded by BMBF
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MOBISTAR

InTeWIND - MOBISTAR / Development of a mobile and stationary wire rope monitoring system

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The aim of the project is the development and testing of an automatic monitoring system for wire ropes based on an innovative and intelligent measuring method. Therefore, a mobile system will be developed, which is also designed for a permanent installation on the wire rope. Consequently, the determination of the condition from the wire rope and a permanent monitoring will be possible with the system to be developed.

Duration 01.06.2017 - 31.05.2019, Funded by BMWi
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