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1 Software Development in Production Research IPH – Institut für Integrierte Produktion Hannover gemeinnützige GmbH (Institute of Integrated Production Hannover Non-Profit Limited Company)

2 2 IPH – Institut für Integrierte Produktion Hannover gemeinnützige GmbH © Björn Eilert, Andreas Bruns What IPH is and does Research Work Discussion Agenda

3 3 IPH – Institut für Integrierte Produktion Hannover gemeinnützige GmbH © Björn Eilert, Andreas Bruns Facts and figures – The Institut für Integrierte Produktion Hannover gGmbH 1988: Foundation of the CIM factory Hanover gGmbH on the initiative of the professors Doege, Tönshoff and Wiendahl as a connecting link between research and industry 1991: Move to the new institute building at the Marienwerder science park 1993: Renaming to IPH - Institut für Integrierte Produktion Hannover gGmbH 1998: Expansion of the institute building Application-oriented research and development in the field of innovative industrial engineering as well as knowledge and technology transfer into economy Combination of organizational and technological process chains through the co-operation of interdepartmental, interdisciplinary teams 72 employees, including 28 engineers Turnover of about 2,6 million in 2009

4 4 IPH – Institut für Integrierte Produktion Hannover gemeinnützige GmbH © Björn Eilert, Andreas Bruns Industry, federal state of Lower Saxony, University Central Department Dr.-Ing. Dipl.-Oec. Rouven Nickel Dipl.-Wirtsch.-Ing. Dirk AltmannDipl.-Wirtsch.-Ing. Henner GärtnerDipl.-Ing. Malte Stonis Advisory board Production automationLogisticsProcess technology Prof. Dr.-Ing. Bernd-Arno Behrens Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Peter Nyhuis Prof. Dr.-Ing. Ludger Overmeyer Managing Director Partner Organizational structure

5 5 IPH – Institut für Integrierte Produktion Hannover gemeinnützige GmbH © Björn Eilert, Andreas Bruns Automotive industry and suppliers Sheet metal forming industry Mechanical engineering Electronic industry Aerospace industry Forging industry Mould and die production Primary Industrial Sectors

6 6 IPH – Institut für Integrierte Produktion Hannover gemeinnützige GmbH © Björn Eilert, Andreas Bruns Project coordinators Public sponsors Commercial sponsors Others Research Sponsors and Partners I

7 7 IPH – Institut für Integrierte Produktion Hannover gemeinnützige GmbH © Meike Wiegand Focus on XXL products XXL products in Lower Saxony Commercial and special-purpose vehicles: Volkswagen, Krone, Alstom, MAN Wind turbines: Enercon, Bard Engineering, Nordex Commercial airplanes: Airbus Ships: Meyer Werft, Abeking & Rasmussen Conveyor technique: ContiTech Exports accounting of Lower Saxony in XXL branches: > 30 % (> 20,2 billion ) 1 Exports accounting of XXL corporations: up to 90 % 1 Source: Lower Saxony State Office for Statistics

8 8 IPH – Institut für Integrierte Produktion Hannover gemeinnützige GmbH © Meike Wiegand Today´s manufacturing of XXL products equals a manufactory. The challenge is the industrialization of manufacturing XXL products. SimulationModelling Simulation Process automation Material flow design Logistics management Network management Production and assembly processes Condition monitoring Service processes Decentralization Operator models Simulation Logistics processes Mastery of complexity Dismantling / recovery Reconditioning Resource efficiency Innovation requirements (examples) ConceptionDesignManufacturing / installation UtilizationRemovalXXL products XXL products: Aim and need for action

9 9 IPH – Institut für Integrierte Produktion Hannover gemeinnützige GmbH © Björn Eilert, Andreas Bruns Research Topics Cross Sectoral Forging Hydroforming Hybrid Forming (bulk/sheet) Research Topics Process Technology Department Multi-Functional Tools Profitability of Process ChainsProcesschain Conversion-Technology

10 10 IPH – Institut für Integrierte Produktion Hannover gemeinnützige GmbH © Björn Eilert, Andreas Bruns Initial Situation Conventional forging leads to flash proportions up to 45 % Huge post-processing effort Objectives Reduction of production steps Enhancement of energy and material efficiency Development of new tool concepts Results Omission of chipping through precision forging Precision forging of two cylinder crankshaft SFB489 Teilprojekt B2 Innovative Tool Technologies forging sequence Source: ThyssenKrupp Gerlach

11 11 IPH – Institut für Integrierte Produktion Hannover gemeinnützige GmbH © Björn Eilert, Andreas Bruns Design of Production Networks Research Topics Save Material Flow in Production Networks Cross Sectoral Local Control of Production in Networks Logistics EfficiencyResource Management Research Topics Logistics Department

12 12 IPH – Institut für Integrierte Produktion Hannover gemeinnützige GmbH © Björn Eilert, Andreas Bruns Initial Situation Imitations of pharmaceutical products harms health, economy and jobs Bypassing longlasting and costly pharma research attracts imitators Internet-pharmacies and re-imports demand new protective measures in distribution logistics Objectives Prevent the distribution of pharmceutical plagiarisms RFID as electronic originality certificate for pharmaceutical-packaging Detection and safeguarding of plagiarisms at latest at end-consumer Results Folding box with printed antenna and strap with pre-assembled RFID-chip In pharmaceutical sector proven protection concept EZ-Pharm - Proving authenticity of folding boxes along the pharmaceutical supply chain folding box antenna strap RFID-chip connections strap role sheet fed and antenna printing pre-assembly chip on strap strap assembly imitation detection

13 13 IPH – Institut für Integrierte Produktion Hannover gemeinnützige GmbH © Björn Eilert, Andreas Bruns Smart Systems Distributed Systems Wireless Communication Simulation Technology Business Process DesignSystem Consistency Simulation Research Topics Production Automation Department Cross Sectoral Research Topics

14 14 IPH – Institut für Integrierte Produktion Hannover gemeinnützige GmbH © Björn Eilert, Andreas Bruns Research Project Life-Cycle Apply for funding Carry out project Utilize and enhance solution – identify new problems IdeaApproved funding Project results Generate new research ideas New problem [2 - 3 years]

15 15 IPH – Institut für Integrierte Produktion Hannover gemeinnützige GmbH © Björn Eilert, Andreas Bruns Industrial partnersPublic sponsorResearch institute Problem / Idea Theoretical solution Prototype (software or physical) Idea Workforce … Test Use … Supervise Promote … Select Fund … Software Development within Research Projects: Creative – implementation of new ideas asks for new solutions Independent – small team, few constraints (e. g. existing software environments) Interactive – theory and software sometimes impact each other … Often implemented by students Research Project

16 16 IPH – Institut für Integrierte Produktion Hannover gemeinnützige GmbH © Björn Eilert, Andreas Bruns What IPH is and does Research Work Discussion Agenda

17 17 IPH – Institut für Integrierte Produktion Hannover gemeinnützige GmbH © Björn Eilert, Andreas Bruns Working at the IPH First contact Interesting Bachelor thesis Chances at the IPH Self-reliant working Different projects Responsibility Positive aspects Young team Cooperative work atmosphere Hannover Tasks as an Software-Engineer Develop software prototypes Mentoring of students

18 18 IPH – Institut für Integrierte Produktion Hannover gemeinnützige GmbH © Björn Eilert, Andreas Bruns Service-Support through Semantic Web-Technologies Initial Situation For complex machines and devices failure resolution requires huge amount of know-how Service employees spend much time on information retrieval (e. g. in failure-databases) Simple information retrieval technologies do not bring forth high quality results in adequate time Objectives Support of service-hotlines during retrieval of similar service-cases through the utilization of semantic web-technologies Implementation of a software prototype Results Algorithms for the retrieval of similar service -cases on the basis of meaning instead of simple syntax (usage of ontologies) Web-based database solution to ease service-case acquisition and retrieval xxxx (software engineer required)

19 19 IPH – Institut für Integrierte Produktion Hannover gemeinnützige GmbH © Björn Eilert, Andreas Bruns SemanticHelpline History 2004 – 2005: Erfahrungsbasierte Verknüpfung von Fehlerinformationen beim Betrieb von Werkzeugmaschinen zur Unterstützung von Service Hotlines Experience-Based linking of failure information at tool machines to support service-hotlines Case documentation Search with phonetic encoding PHP / Oracle 2007 – 2009: Semantic Web-Technologien zur Unterstützung des Service am Beispiel Maschinenbau Service support through semantic web-technologies at the example of Mechanical Engineering Semantic categorization with FIZ-Thesaurus Java (Seam) / Oracle, PostgreSQL, MS SQL 2009 – 2010: SemanticHelpline Semantic search with FIZ-Thesaurus as DB & Wiktionary as DB

20 20 IPH – Institut für Integrierte Produktion Hannover gemeinnützige GmbH © Björn Eilert, Andreas Bruns SemanticHelpline – Search

21 21 IPH – Institut für Integrierte Produktion Hannover gemeinnützige GmbH © Björn Eilert, Andreas Bruns SemanticHelpline – Thesaurus search

22 22 IPH – Institut für Integrierte Produktion Hannover gemeinnützige GmbH © Björn Eilert, Andreas Bruns Intelligente Schnittstellen in wandlungsfähigen Lieferketten (ISI-WALK) Initial Situation Todays supply chains suffer from multiple obstacles. Exemplary obstacles are rigidly automated conveying and storage systems as well as an insufficient consistency between physical and digital material logistics. Objectives The projects aims at the development of specific technologies and methods to realize an efficient and economic operation of versatile supply chains. Results positioning system based on optical technology versatile warehouse management system system for 3D object recognition method for plannung and evaluation of versatility (work in progress) (electrical / software engineer required)

23 23 IPH – Institut für Integrierte Produktion Hannover gemeinnützige GmbH © Björn Eilert, Andreas Bruns (software engineer required) Automatisierte, CAD-basierte Kalkulation und Konstruktion (AutoKalK) Initial Situation Tool manufacturers must improve revenue and expense of their tender preparation Production processes are to be planed flexibly in dependence of mould design and the trend of costs during the tool production is to be supervised Objectives The projects aim is to develop a method for automated CAD model creation and CAD-based costing of tools Results Automated strip chart-based generation of CAD models Automated and CAD-based costing and monitoring using artificial intelligence algorithms

24 24 IPH – Institut für Integrierte Produktion Hannover gemeinnützige GmbH © Björn Eilert, Andreas Bruns (electrical / software engineer required) Initial Situation Over 67% of the total production costs of granite flaggings and boards are determined by the abrasive cutting process Major energy and material costs are caused by high chipping ratios (cutting width / board width ~ 1) Objectives Development of a smart cutting tool that allows to reduce the cutting-wheel width as well as the risk of cut deviations Results Integration of measuring technology into the cutting-wheel for data acquisition (piezo-electric sensor) and preprocessing (chip) Wireless data transfer to machine control Reduction of cut deviations by automated control mechanisms Smart Tools for Abrasive Cutting

25 25 IPH – Institut für Integrierte Produktion Hannover gemeinnützige GmbH © Björn Eilert, Andreas Bruns Wissen Studium Newsletter Student IPH

26 26 IPH – Institut für Integrierte Produktion Hannover gemeinnützige GmbH © Björn Eilert, Andreas Bruns What IPH is and does Research Work Discussion Agenda

27 27 IPH – Institut für Integrierte Produktion Hannover gemeinnützige GmbH © Björn Eilert, Andreas Bruns Questions !? Questions about IPH? Questions about how to do a research project? Questions about the introduced projects? Other questions or remarks? Discussion

28 28 IPH – Institut für Integrierte Produktion Hannover gemeinnützige GmbH © Björn Eilert, Andreas Bruns Contacts Dipl.-Wirt.-Ing. Björn Eilert Andreas Bruns Bachelor of ICT, NL IPH – Institut für Integrierte Produktion Hannover gGmbH Hollerithallee Hannover Tel.: Fax:

29 29 IPH – Institut für Integrierte Produktion Hannover gemeinnützige GmbH © Björn Eilert, Andreas Bruns Ablauf der Semantischen Suche Servicefall-Erfassung Vorverarbeitung Synonymsuche Phonetische Codierung Identifikation von ähnlichen Servicefällen 1 Dokumentierte Servicefälle 2 Relevanter Suchtext 3 Codierter Suchtext 4 Kategorisierte Begriffe 5 Ergebnisliste mit ähnlichen Servicefällen Dokumentation der Servicefälle und Speicherung in der Datenbasis Entfernung von Stoppwörtern, Umlauten, Satzzeichen, Abkürzungen, etc. Grundformreduktion Codierung des Textes zur Toleranz ggü. Rechtschreibfehlern Ermittlung von Synonymen Kategorisierung der Begriffe Berechnung des Ähnlichkeitsmaßes für Servicefälle in der Datenbasis Ausgbe der ähnlichen Servicefälle nach Relevanz Fall- basis Thesauri


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