Supply Chain Management 2040

In a nutshell: More autonomous, greener, more complex, faster and more flexible.

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Manufacturing successfully resumes after shut-down

The automotive suppliers Kromberg & Schubert planned to resume production activities with the help of Fraunhofer IPA.

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“Access checker”

An innovative measurement method is helping to detect people infected with coronavirus from a safe distance.

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Robots help to fight coronavirus

Above all, service robotics can provide support. Read the interview.

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We see opportunities. We give impulses. We manufacture the future.

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Digital Transformation

Industry and manufacturing in the process of change. We offer a wide range of services.

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Current News

 

3.9.2020

Thanks to AI, robots are learning how to perform assembly tasks

When it comes to assembly tasks, up till now flexible robot programming has been a time-consuming and costly job. The "Rob-aKademI" research project aims to change this. The technologies used in the project, above all advanced simulation and machine learning, are intended to make programming easier and more autonomous.

 

 

20.8.2020

How Supply Chain Management will change by 2040

More autonomous, greener, more complex, faster and more flexible: Researchers from the Fraunhofer IPA have investigated how Supply Chain Management will change by the year 2040 as part of a study conducted jointly with corporate consultancy Ginkgo Management Consulting.

 

30.7.2020

TRUMPF and Fraunhofer IPA ramping up artificial intelligence for industrial use

TRUMPF and Fraunhofer IPA confirm research partnership to run until 2025 // Goal is to develop artificial intelligence solutions for connected sheet-metal manufacturing.

 

16.7.2020

Employee-focused workplaces increase productivity

In order to design assembly workplaces in a more employee-focused manner, a researcher from the Fraunhofer IPA has not only determined the requirements of people, but also evaluated machine data. With this approach, the researcher’s aim is to increase the efficiency, effectiveness and satisfaction of employees.

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