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Training courses on “Autonomous Control in Production und Logistics”

12th of February 2018, Bremen
 
Im Rahmen der Schulung „Selbststeuerung in der Produktion und Logistik“ lernen Sie in unserer praxisnahen Lernfabrik die Möglichkeiten und Potenziale der Selbststeuerung für Ihr Unternehmen kennen. Hierbei setzen Sie sich aktiv mit mobilen Technologien und Produkten auseinander und beschäftigen sich mit der effizienten Planung und Steuerung logistischer Prozesse sowie technischer Systeme. Nicht zuletzt schauen wir uns adaptive Systeme für eine sich ändernde Umwelt an und überlegen gemeinsam, welche Möglichkeiten die vorgestellten Technologien und Lösungen auch für Ihr Unternehmen mit sich bringen.
 
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Industrie 4.0 Hackathon

16th - 18th of February 2018, Bremen
 
In Bremen gibt es ein neues Hackathon Format. Auf diesem Hackathon wird die Entwickler-Community vom 16.2 bis zum 18.2 aus der Region demonstrieren, was sich in 48 Stunden von der Idee bis zur prototypischen Implementierung in kleinen Teams umsetzen lässt. Das BIBA ist Netzwerkpartner dieses spannenden Events.EntwicklerInnen, egal ob Student, Wissenschaftler oder Praktiker, entdecken, was die von Partnern bereitgestellten Plattformen und Ökosysteme zu bieten haben und liefern kreative und spannende Umsetzungsideen für vernetzte Produkte, Apps und Services. Dabei liegt der Fokus des Hackathon Bremen auf B2B-Anwendungen im Kontext von Industrie 4.0.
 
Den Hackathon-TeilnehmerInnen wird eine Vielzahl von Gadgets, wie 3D-Drucker, Raspberry Pi, Beacon oder Kinect zur Verfügung gestellt, die sie für die Entwicklung ihrer Prototypen frei nutzen können. TeilnehmerInnen haben hier die Möglichkeit, ihr Können auf den Gebieten Cloud, Mobile und IoT mit echten Maschinendaten dem Publikum und der Jury zu demonstrieren und Preise abzuräumen.
 
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International Conference on Dynamics in Logistics (LDIC 2018)

20th - 22nd of February 2018, University of Bremen
 
The sixth event of the LogDynamics conference series will be held at the University of Bremen from 20th to 22nd of February 2018. The conference addresses scientists in logistics, operations research, production engineering, and computer science and aims at bringing together researchers and practitioners interested in dynamics in logistics. The LDIC provides a platform for discussion of advances in the areas of dynamical aspects of logistic processes and networks. The spectrum of topics reaches from modeling, planning and control of processes over supply chain management and maritime logistics to innovative technologies and robotic applications for cyber-physical production and logistic systems.
 
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Supply Chain Day: The Future of Logistics

19th of April 2018, BIBA, Bremen
 
Also this year, LogDynamics organizes an event on the occasion of the Supply Chain Day. Under the motto "Future of Logistics", the opportunities and challenges of digitization will be highlighted and discussed within the framework of a Word Café. The focus is set on cooperation at the interface of industry and science and on the transfer of research results into practice. The following topics will be highlighted: digital communication, digital service, digital traffic and transshipment as well as digital product. An accompanying exhibition and a get-together complete the program.
 
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LogDynamics participates in BreakBulk Europe 2018

29th – 31st of May 2018, Bremen
 
Experts around the world are responsible for sensitive and, in most cases, high quality cargo. The experts have for years a recognized industry meeting: the conference and exhibition "BreakBulk", which has been held since 2006 in Antwerp. From the 29th to the 31st of May 2018 the fair will be held in Bremen for the first time. The research cluster LogDynamics participates in the international industry event as a co-exhibitor at the booth of the Bremen ports. A total of 29 co-exhibitors from the region will be present at the 192 m2 booth. We look forward to your visit in the hall 5!
 
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4th International Conference on System-Integrated Intelligence (SysInt 2018) Intelligent, flexible and connected systems in products and production

19th - 20th of June 2018, Hannover
 
The International Conference on System-Integrated Intelligence, which is co-organized by LogDynamics for the fourth time already, provides a forum for academia and industry to disseminate their latest innovations and practices. The focus is set on integration of new, intelligent functionalities into materials, components, systems and products to enable future technologies with enhanced capabilities. The participants have the opportunity to benefit from impulses on various topics concerning the future of machines, products and manufacturing as well as get an insight into cutting-edge machine tool technology through an experimental shop floor tour. Complemented by a dinner, the conference will provide abundant opportunities for vibrant discussions and networking.
 
The call for papers is now published. The deadline for submitting full paper is the March 02, 2018.
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Best Paper Award at PRO-VE 2017 for the IGS and BIBA

Morice Daudi, Jannicke Baalsrud Hauge and Klaus-Dieter Thoben received the best paper award for their paper on' Influence of Information Sharing Behavior on Trust in Collaborative Logistics'.
 
The paper was presented at the PRO-VE 2017 - 18th IFIP Working Conference on Virtual Enterprises. University of Bremen and BIBA have long been contributing to this research field through several research projects as well as PhD thesis. Morice Daudi, the PhD candidate at the International Graduate School for Dynamics in Logistics (IGS) presented key parts of his PhD research on trust in collaborative logistics, whose main goal is to encourage and support the sharing resources in logistics. The main contribution in the article is an establishment about how information sharing behaviors of collaborating partners influence trust and trusting outcomes. To achieve this, at first hand, the article establishes a framework that integrates core concepts such as information behavior, information-seeking behavior, partner behavior, collaboration on shared resources in logistics, and trust. This framework guides a trust model, which in turn, accepts a hybrid of certain and uncertain information to manipulate logistics performance metrics, and subsequently evaluate trust. Afterwards, validity of data, concept, and operation is ensured prior to carrying out simulation experiments in multi-agent systems.
 
The PRO-VE conferences address topics related to collaborative networks and collaborative organization forms like Virtual Organizations, Virtual Enterprises and other forms of Enterprise Networks, Professional Virtual Communities, or industry clusters and business ecosystems are now supported by large research and business practice communities. The authors felt honored for receiving the prize and emphasised the importance of the IGS' training which contributed to the excellent quality of the paper.
 

Experience Digitization in Production and Logistics First Hand - Implementation in Practice Follows

 
Whether a factory in which intelligent components independently control the production process or a flexible, omnidirectional conveying system - the visitors to the event at the BIBA - Bremer Institute for Production and Logistics were able to admire this and much more. Digitization is a cutting-edge topic, both in research and in practice. At this interface, the event started. The technologies necessary for digital change are usually researched and ready to be implemented. Thus the interest of the economy was correspondingly great. About 95 trade visitors have been informed about the innovative solutions for digital production and logistics and have made a consistently positive assessment. The guests praised the interesting program, the good framework for further discussions and networking as well as the unique opportunity to experience innovations in their research environment at first hand. Now some discussions are bilaterally pursued and deepened. They have the potential to contribute to the implementation of the digitization approaches in companies in Bremen and the surrounding area.
 
The event was organized by the Chamber of Commerce (IHK) for Bremen and Bremerhaven as part of its series "Industry meets Science" in cooperation with the BIBA and the Research Cluster LogDynamics of the University of Bremen.