Technologies of Radiofrequencies in Logistics II (FUTIL II) (SCM-M-02)
Type: lecture/practical seminar
Type of examination: written exam, 60 min.
Cycle: summer term
The course Technologies of Radiofrequencies in Logistics II is designed as an advanced course. Students should understand how sensor tags, wireless networks and real-time localization systems work and be able to evaluate the practical use of corresponding products and systems from both a technical and a business perspective. Students will be taught appropriate fundamentals, procedures and methods.
Essential topics comprise:
- Summary of essential content from Information and Communication Technologies in Logistics I and introduction to the topic
- Functions and performance classes of cyber-physical systems (CPS) and intelligent objects
- Application-specific requirements and corresponding technological solutions:
- Monitoring transport quality with sensor tags
- Managing assets with wireless sensor networks WSN
- Monitoring processes on shop floor and logistics with WLAN
- Supporting transshipment activities with infrastructure-based real-time localization systems (RTLS)
- Worldwide monitoring of containers with telematics
- Cyber-Physical Systems as the foundation for the Fourth Industrial Revolution (Industry 4.0)
- Excursion to Fraunhofer IIS - understanding wireless sensor networks and localization systems
This information is indicative only and subject to change.
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