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NRW Fortschrittskolleg: Gestaltung von flexiblen Arbeitswelten
(Arbeit 4.0)

T 3 - Demand-oriented system engineering

T3.1 Traceability

This field of work focuses on the large number of documents created by the various developers (disciplines) in the development process, as well as the large number of different languages and graphics used, which make it very difficult to automatically trace requirements or error corrections during the various development phases.

Within the framework of the research planned here, the concept of a unifying metamodel is to be developed across disciplinary boundaries and a cross-disciplinary version and configuration management system is to be designed on this technological basis.

Contact person: Prof. Dr. Eric Bodden, Heinz Nixdorf Institute, eric.bodden [at] upb.de, University of Paderborn and Prof. Dr. Wilhelm Schäfer, Heinz Nixdorf Institute, wilhelm[at]uni-paderborn. de, University of Paderborn

T3.2 Resource-efficient distributed IT structures

In the field of resource-efficient distributed IT structures we directly address issues of resource efficiency in the context of Industry 4.0, which presuppose the comprehensibility of design decisions across disciplinary boundaries.

The growing number of networked information technology system components in production not only increases the number of functions but also the energy consumption during production. A careful balance must be struck between the expansion of IT structures with additional components and the added value achieved (comfort, security, energy savings). A continuous examination of the resource efficiency of IT structures in production is only available for static, centrally controlled networks. However, the future belongs to open, dynamic networks without central control, whose analysis still presents a scientific challenge. Heterogeneous, open networks have to be considered, as the communication media and protocols are constantly changing due to technological developments.

Contact person: Prof. Dr. -Ing. Ulrich Rückert, CITEC, rueckert[at]cit-ec. uni-bielefeld. de, University of Bielefeld

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