Publikationen

Gundall, Michael; Schneider, Jörg; Schotten, Hans D.; Aleksy, Markus; Schulz, Dirk; Franchi, Norman; Schwarzenberg, Nick; Markwart, Christian; Halfmann, Rüdiger; Rost, Peter; Wübben, Dirk; Neumann, Arne; Düngen, Monique; Neugebauer, Thomas; Blunk, Rolf; Kus, Mehmet; Grießbach, Jan: 5G as Enabler for Industrie 4.0 Use Cases: Challenges and Concepts. In: 23rd IEEE International Conference on Emerging Technologies and Factory Automation (ETFA 2018) Torino, Italy, Sep 2018.

The increasing demand for highly customized products, as well as flexible production lines, can be seen as trigger for the “fourth industrial revolution”, referred to as “Industrie 4.0”. Current systems usually rely on wire-line technologies to connect sensors and actuators. To enable a higher flexibility such as moving robots or drones, these connections need to be replaced by wireless technologies in the future. Furthermore, this facilitates the renewal of brownfield deployments to address Industrie 4.0 requirements. This paper proposes representative use cases, which have been examined in the German Tactile Internet 4.0 (TACNET4.0) research project. In order to analyze these use cases, this paper identifies the main challenges and requirements of communication networks in Industrie 4.0 and discusses the applicability of 5th generation wireless communication systems (5G).

Bibtex:

@INPROCEEDINGS{5G as Enabler for Industrie 4.0 Use Cases: Challenges and Concepts,
     author={Gundall, Michael and Schneider, Jörg and Schotten, Hans D. and Aleksy, Markus and Schulz, Dirk and Franchi, Norman and Schwarzenberg, Nick and Markwart, Christian and Halfmann, Rüdiger and Rost, Peter and Wübben, Dirk and Neumann, Arne and Düngen, Monique and Neugebauer, Thomas and Blunk, Rolf and Kus, Mehmet and Grießbach, Jan},
     title={5G as Enabler for Industrie 4.0 Use Cases: Challenges and Concepts},
     abstract={The increasing demand for highly customized products, as well as flexible production lines, can be seen as trigger for the “fourth industrial revolution”, referred to as “Industrie 4.0”. Current systems usually rely on wire-line technologies to connect sensors and actuators. To enable a higher flexibility such as moving robots or drones, these connections need to be replaced by wireless technologies in the future. Furthermore, this facilitates the renewal of brownfield deployments to address Industrie 4.0 requirements. This paper proposes representative use cases, which have been examined in the German Tactile Internet 4.0 (TACNET4.0) research project. In order to analyze these use cases, this paper identifies the main challenges and requirements of communication networks in Industrie 4.0 and discusses the applicability of 5th generation wireless communication systems (5G).},
     booktitle={23rd IEEE International Conference on Emerging Technologies and Factory Automation (ETFA 2018)},
     year={2018},
     month={Sep},
     publisher={},
     address={Torino, Italy},
     editor={},
     pages={},
     organisation={},
}

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