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Workshop “Platforms for connected Factories of the Future”
Thorsten Hülsmann∙ 5th of October 2015
L...
© Fraunhofer ·· Seite 2
Fraunhofer IML and EffizienzCluster
Fraunhofer Institute for
Material Flow and Logistics
 Founded...
© Fraunhofer ·· Seite 3
Industrie 4.0: Developments towards Smart Factory
 Autonomous Vehicle
 Diagonal Movements in the...
© Fraunhofer · Slide 7
PEOPLE
arrange, control, interlink…
Bildquellen: Fraunhofer IML, Jettainer, Daimler
Logistics 4.0 ...
© Fraunhofer · Slide 8
Industrie 4.0 ∙ Volks- und betriebswirtschaftliche Faktoren für den Standort Deutschland
BMWi ∙ AUT...
© Fraunhofer · Slide 9
BMWi Study – Industrie 4.0 Technology- and Research
Areas
Six leading German Research and Innovatio...
© Fraunhofer ·· Seite 10
Logistics and SCM for European Competitiveness in
Manufacturing and Services
[1]: European Commis...
© Fraunhofer · Slide 11
Research and Innovation to Promote Industrial Value
Creation
• Information and
Communications
Tech...
© Fraunhofer · Slide 12
E³ - Fraunhofer Internal Project „Energy- and
Ressource-Efficient Production“
 Sub-Project “Cloud...
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INDUSTRIAL DATA SPACE
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Bildquellen: Istockphoto
Industrial Data Space: on demand networking
Dienst A
Dienst C
Dienst E
Di...
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Coherence of Plattform Industrie 4.0 and
related Platform Initiatives
Retail 4.0 Banking
4.0
Insur...
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SAP HANA
Bilder: Still; Fraunhofer IML
Social Manufacturing and Logistics
Humans and Machines in j...
© Fraunhofer · Slide 17
Workshop “Platforms for connected Factories of the Future”
Thorsten Hülsmann∙ 5th of October 2015
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The workshop "Platforms for connected Factories of the Future" took place on 5 and 6 of October 2015 in Brussels. Main objective on the first workshop day was to give an overview on existing activities in industries and research regarding platforms for the manufacturing area.

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Logistics 4.0 and the Internet of Things

  1. 1. © Fraunhofer · Slide 1 Workshop “Platforms for connected Factories of the Future” Thorsten Hülsmann∙ 5th of October 2015 LOGISTICS 4.0 AND THE INTERNET OF THINGS
  2. 2. © Fraunhofer ·· Seite 2 Fraunhofer IML and EffizienzCluster Fraunhofer Institute for Material Flow and Logistics  Founded in 1981 in Dortmund  More than 200 Scientists and 250 Student Assistants  Turnover of 25 Million € (2014)  There of 40% from Industry, Trade and Services EffizienzCluster LogistikRuhr  Founded in 2010  120 Companies (Including Volkswagen, Daimler, Bosch, Würth) and 12 Research Institutes, 37 Projects, Programme Volume of 100 Mill. €  Goal: to Increase Efficiency by 25% through Autonomization of Logistic Processes in Manufacturing, Production, Retail and Logistics Services, Safeguard the Leading Role of Europe in Logistics Performance
  3. 3. © Fraunhofer ·· Seite 3 Industrie 4.0: Developments towards Smart Factory  Autonomous Vehicle  Diagonal Movements in the Shelf  Bionic Shape Rack RacerCellular Transport SystemsIntelligent Transport Items  Autonomous Driving  Self-controlled Behaviour  Swarm Intelligence  Sensor Intelligence  Communicating  Energy Harvesting
  4. 4. © Fraunhofer · Slide 7 PEOPLE arrange, control, interlink… Bildquellen: Fraunhofer IML, Jettainer, Daimler Logistics 4.0  Internet of Things  Everything is autonomous! BINs display what to pick CONTAINER organize their supply chain and global networks TRUCKs deliver goods autonomously AGVs and TRUCKs interact like a swarm SHELFs organize their replenishment
  5. 5. © Fraunhofer · Slide 8 Industrie 4.0 ∙ Volks- und betriebswirtschaftliche Faktoren für den Standort Deutschland BMWi ∙ AUTONOMIK für Industrie 4.0 ∙ 2015, Seite 21; iit 2015 Significant future areas for the implementation of industry 4.0
  6. 6. © Fraunhofer · Slide 9 BMWi Study – Industrie 4.0 Technology- and Research Areas Six leading German Research and Innovation Programmes of the Federal Government Volume in Euro
  7. 7. © Fraunhofer ·· Seite 10 Logistics and SCM for European Competitiveness in Manufacturing and Services [1]: European Commission (2012): A stronger European industry for growth and economic recovery, COM (2012) 582  Increase Share from Industrial Manufacturing of European Union GDP from about 16 Percent to above 20 Percent.[1]  Logistics Connects Europe's Manufacturing Networks  Coordination of Value-adding Networks in Manufacturing, Trade, Retail and Service  Innovation in Logistics Technologies, Enterprise-IT and Management are Required Employment in industrial sector (% share of the non-financial business economy) Logistics connects Europe e.g. vehicles, 65% of value creation from supply network
  8. 8. © Fraunhofer · Slide 11 Research and Innovation to Promote Industrial Value Creation • Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) • Factories of the Future (FoF) • Sustainable Process Industries (SPIRE) • Robotics • Mobility for Growth • …  Smart Industrial Creation of Value Is more than Manufacturing and Transport  Adaptable Value-added Company Networks Based on the Factories and their Systems are Required to Realize the Full Potential of CPS and Smart Factories  Smart Supply Chains and Services Will Link Customers and Markets to Smart Design and Smart Operations Being already Part of the FoF Roadmap
  9. 9. © Fraunhofer · Slide 12 E³ - Fraunhofer Internal Project „Energy- and Ressource-Efficient Production“  Sub-Project “Cloud Services” has the goal to realize the integration of different cloud- based service and operations platform  Based on:  Virtual Fort Knox for Manufacturing Services  Logistics Mall for Logistics and SCM Services
  10. 10. © Fraunhofer · Slide 13 INDUSTRIAL DATA SPACE
  11. 11. © Fraunhofer · Slide 14 Bildquellen: Istockphoto Industrial Data Space: on demand networking Dienst A Dienst C Dienst E Dienst B Dienst D Dienst G Dienst F Unternehmen 4 Unternehmen 1 Unternehmen 6 Unternehmen 2 Unternehmen 3 Unternehmen 5 All data are protected and under Control of their owners. No central platform. Data and services are linked and shared on demand.
  12. 12. © Fraunhofer · Slide 15 Coherence of Plattform Industrie 4.0 and related Platform Initiatives Retail 4.0 Banking 4.0 Insurance 4.0 …Industrie 4.0 Focus on Production Industries Smart Services Networks, Transmission Real time systems Industrial Data Space Fokus on Data Data … E³ - Subproject on Integration (Logistics Mall / Virtual Fort Knox …) Fokus on Services
  13. 13. © Fraunhofer · Seite 16 SAP HANA Bilder: Still; Fraunhofer IML Social Manufacturing and Logistics Humans and Machines in joint Social Networks SAP HANA APPLICATION SAP HANA IoT EDITION CORE SAP IoT Connector (on board) SAP IoT Client (user interface)
  14. 14. © Fraunhofer · Slide 17 Workshop “Platforms for connected Factories of the Future” Thorsten Hülsmann∙ 5th of October 2015 LOGISTICS 4.0 AND THE INTERNET OF THINGS

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