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Just published: The IfU Annual Report 2021

The IfU Annual Report 2021 shows what was important in our institute, provide a review of important projects and events. More than looking back, however, tomorrow is the focus of our interest. With new AiF e.V. projects, we develop a mobile collaborative robot for assisted draping of fiber composite components, investigate robust and adaptive control strategies using Deep Reinforcement Learning …

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Project DemoSens

The greenBatt-project DemoSens targets the “Digitalisation of automated disassembly and sensor-based mechanical treatment of lithium-ion-batteries for high-quality recycling”.Four institutes, Institut für Unternehmenskybernetik (IfU) e.V., IME Process Metallurgy and Metal Recycling, IWARU – FH Münster and Production Engineering of E-Mobility Components (PEM) – RWTH Aachen University focus on the digitalisation and automation of the entire process …

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Robotics workshop for adults

Within the framework of evening events, the robotics workshop for adults took place at the Oecherlab. The IfU showed interested citizens the basics of mobile autonomous robotics using the Oscar (see photo), which we developed ourselves for teaching purposes. In an interactive course, the participants went through the history of robotics with our team and …

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The Oscars at MediaPsych2021

Last week the MediaPsych2021 ( conference took place at the RWTH Aachen University. At invitation of Professor Astrid Rosenthal-von der Pütten the IfU was also attending the event: As this year’s conference payed special attention to human-machine and human-agent interaction, two of our service robots – the Oscars – visited the event and met other …

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digitalSUMMIT Aachen 2021

At the second edition of the digitalSUMMIT in Aachen on 09.06.2021, which ran under the motto “CoOperate or the – Together into a successful future!”, Prof. Dr. Frank T. Piller and Dr. Kathleen Diener brought in the economic classification with their presentation “Success factor Co-Creation”.

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INGRAIN: Innovation Alliance Agro-Textile-Food – From Residual Material To Valuable Material To Nutrient

A unique approach that is intended to help support regional structural change and also create secure new jobs in the region in the long term: This is the origin and core of the INGRAIN project. Together with the WFG for the district of Heinsberg, the Niederrhein University of Applied Sciences, the ITA and the IMA …

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