Research projects

Industry 4.0

© MOLPIXx / shutterstock.com

In its "High-Tech Strategy", the German Federal Government has declared Industry 4.0 to be a "project for the future". The aim is to bring ICT, automation and production technologies even closer together. A special emphasis is placed on automation, which is being used to establish a new production environment with shorter product cycles and new forms of customer-integrated business models. This new form of networking requires an unprecedented integration of systems that can only be realized on the basis of standards and specifications. Standards and specifications are of vital importance to the success of Industry 4.0. By implementing these new concepts and technologies into practice, Germany will enhance its position as a leading manufacturing nation and as a global leader for Industry 4.0.

Contact

DIN e. V.

Mario Beier

Saatwinkler Damm 42/43
13627 Berlin

Send message to contact  

Related topics

Choose a keyword to learn more

The objective of the planned DIN SPEC 92222 “Reference Model for Industrial Cloud Federation” is to ensure the interoperability and communication ...

The goal of the COROMA project is to develop a cognitively enhanced robot that can execute multiple tasks for the manufacturing of metal and ...

The goal of the INBOTS-project is to overcome the communication and understanding problem of stakeholders regarding interactive robots.

PAiCE (Platforms | Additive Manufacturing | Imaging | Communication | Engineering) – “Digital technologies for the economy” supports research ...

INTEGRADDE aims to develop an integrated manufacturing solution that demonstrates the potential of DED (Direct Energy Deposition) for the ...

The goal of the ZDMP project is the realization of a manufacturing process that does not produce a single faulty part.

TOP