Industry 4.0: Aspects of Technology Advanced, Part 1 (InnoPeer AVM Advanced Training)
|Course offered by:||Prof. Dr.-Ing. Stefan Braunreuther|
|Offering University:||HAW Augsburg|
|Subject Area:||Information Systems||Free of Charge|
|Average Workload:||5 Hours||Free of Charge||Enrol|
|Picture Credits: Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE Programme|
What can you learn in this course?
This course provides comprehensive knowledge in the fields of technology in the context of Industrie 4.0. The following educational objectives are specifically focused on:
- Definition of Industrie 4.0 and related terms to handle these in an industrial context
- Knowledge of current technologies, advantages and constraints in the field of Industrie 4.0
- Application of new technologies within SMEs through newly developed use cases
This course is structured into the following 5 chapters:
0. Introduction and organisational information
1. Additive Manufacturing
2. Big Data
Connectivity and Data Models
4. Data Security
Course offered by
Stefan Braunreuther, Prof. Dr.-Ing. recieved his doctor's degree at the TUM in 2013 in the field of laser processing technology. Since 2014 he has been working at the Fraunhofer Institution for Casting, Composite and Processing Technology in Augsburg and is now head of the department Production Planning and Controlling. Moreover, since 2017 he has been professor at the University of Applied Sciences within the fields of Factory Operations and Production.
Patrick Zimmermann, M. Sc. is an expert for intelligent networked systems in
production and a member of different national and international committees for
Advanced Manufacturing technologies. He works at the Fraunhofer Research
Institution for Casting, Composite and Processing Technology in Augsburg within
the field of Digital Engineering.
Martin Zäpfel, M.Sc. works at the Fraunhofer Research Institution for Casting, Composite and Processing Technology in Augsburg within the field of Flexible Plant Technology. His research deals with the integration of sensor systems in intelligent parts. He has scientific and practical expertise regarding Industrie 4.0 and additive manufacturing of metals, polymers and multimaterials.
It is recommended to have completed the Basic Training as part of the InnoPeer AVM qualification program or to have an increased interest in digitalisation, advanced manufacturing or related topics. The contents of the InnoPeer AVM courses, covering the various perspectives of technology coming with Industrie 4.0, but also the business perspective, are prepared at a high didactical level in order to enable as many interested users as possible to benefit from free orientation and further education in the constantly changing topic of Industrie 4.0. The target group includes both decision makers and users with different professional qualifications.
Confirmation of participation
Participants can download an automatically generated certificate of participation after they have successfully completed the course.