iFD als Praxispartner zu Gast an der Brandenburgisch Technischen Universität Cottbus-Senftenberg

The iFD GmbH was visiting Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus-Senftenberg an industry partner. Dr Kämpf, head of R&D department of the iFD GmbH, provided attending Masters degree students of industrial engeneering his expertise in the special fields of Warehouse Management systems, cloud solutions, automation and blockchain.

 

The lecture became a great success by presenting innovative communication technologies and video sequences. The entertaining and varied event was complemented by a practical task.

 

The iFD GmbH collaborates intensively with Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus-Senftenberg. Common fields of activities reagrding simulation and indoor tracking enable qualified scientific research and practical use in logistics centers.

 

Already today, upcoming lectures for the event series "Data in Digitization" are being planned in the "Efficient Factory Center". The iFD will contribute with a presentation with the topic "AR-based navigation in intralogistic environment".

 

Besides qualification and education of junior specialist staff, the professorship Factory Plannung and factory Operation at BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg is running a modell factory called „Zentrum Effiziente Fabrik Senftenberg“ (Efficient Factory Center), in short ZEF Senftenberg. The main objective of ZEF Senftenberg is creating a sample landscape full of innovative technology around the topics manufacturing and assembly, which can help other companies to come up with new ideas to increase efficiency. A range of pre-selected equipment was provided to adress different user groups, e.g. suppliers, manufacturing industry, students etc. They will also be informed about innovative technolgies and their possible fields of application.

 

https://www.b-tu.de/fg-fabrikplanung/zentrum-effiziente-fabrik/projektziel

 

The iFD GmbH has already realised numerous successful research projects and projects with regional universities. One of the most recent achievements was Hubert - a driverless transport system, developped together with partners and the TU Chemnitz with the objective of a faster and safe automated process flow - without banishing human people completely from warehouses.

 

https://www.tu-chemnitz.de/tu/pressestelle/aktuell/9504

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