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Internet of Production – Integrated Usage

Project CRD D — Integrated usage: Acceptance and sustainability of the IoP application within a socio-technical system approach

The cluster of excellence Internet of Production (IoP) has the vision to enable a new level of cross-domain collaboration in the production domain by providing semantically adequate and context-aware data from production, development and usage in real-time on an appropriate level of granularity.

The central scientific approach is the introduction of Digital Shadows as purpose-driven, aggregated, multi-perspective and persistent datasets.

The Cluster of Excellence will design and implement a conceptual reference infrastructure for the Internet of Production that enables the generation and application of Digital Shadows.

The cluster can be regarded as the core of industry 4.0 and follows on from the successful work of the cluster "Integrative Production Technology for High-Wage Countries". It represents an important milestone for the further development of application-oriented and innovative solutions in the field of production technology.

The HCIC is part of three Cluster Research Domains (CRD):

The overall objective of CRD D is to design user-centered communication, interaction, and knowledge transfer between the entities of a digitalized, socio-technical production system under consideration of change to enhance acceptance and sustainability of the IoP.

Hereto, we focus on the systematic analysis and understanding of human knowledge and expertise in the context of production to enhance hybrid teamwork between all entities of socio-technical production systems. Also, we create and ensure ergonomic, transparent, trustful, and responsible interfaces and learning decision support systems for the IoP.

Goals are (a) the efficient collaboration and cooperation of human, robots, and smart agents in digitalized production systems in the IoP and (b) the creation of the basis for organizational, strategic realignment and derivation of requirements by reflecting human needs due to changing markets and changing user behavior.

For more information about the Internet of Production cluster, visit the project website.

Funding:

Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG)

Funding period:

1.1.2019 – 31.12.2025

Team:

Dr. Philipp Brauner

Dr. Anne-Kathrin Schaar

Project partner:

Human-Computer Interaction Center, Prof. Martina Ziefle

IAW - Lehrstuhl und Institut für Arbeitswissenschaft, Prof. Verena Nitsch

Lehr- und Forschungsgebiet Gender und Diversity in den Ingenieurwissenschaften, Prof. Carmen Leicht-Scholten

WZL, Prof. Günther Schuh