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Big Data Disruptions. How Industrie 4.0 will Impact Industrial Robotics

Presentation held at First European Robotics Summit, The way ahead for robotics - Seizing opportunities, minimizing risks, 3-4 March 2015, Kloster Eberbach
: Bauernhansl, Thomas

presentation urn:nbn:de:0011-n-3326903 (1.2 MByte PDF)
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Created on: 2.4.2015

2015, 14 Folien
European Robotics Summit <1, 2015, Eberbach>
Presentation, Electronic Publication
Fraunhofer IPA ()
Industrie 4.0; cloud; Big Data; robotics; Cyber-Physische Systeme (CPS); Industrieroboter; Fertigung

In the presentation BIG DATA DISRUPTIONS: HOW INDUSTRIE 4.0 WILL IMPACT INDUSTRIAL ROBOTICS Thomas Bauernhansl explains why robots will be the future tool for personalized production. He presents the Robotics IT-chain and the background of Industrie 4.0 as "Everything as a Service". The IPA-developed safe data platform Virtual Fort Knox is introduced and two examples are given with asking the questions: "What if Bin-picking came out of the Cloud?" and "What if there was a AGV Cloud Navigation?"
He claims that open source is an enabler in industrial robotics and introduces ROS as an ecosystem for robotic applications, by means of the example: URCaps. Bauernhansl believes that the synergetic link between physical and virtual platforms is the core for service-oriented business models using the example of Google Project Ara. His main argument: XaaS ? Everything as a Service Integrated service-orientation leads to new value-adding structures and names the base: processing power and connectivity.