Fresh knowledge directly from research projects, easily digestible – these are our Knowledge Snacks.
In 15 minutes, our experts from Fraunhofer IIS, Fraunhofer IISB and Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg bring you closer to current topics, trends and technologies. Do you have any questions? In each Knowledge Snack, our experts answer questions in a Q&A with knowledge from research and practice!
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Insights into the “New Logistics”
COMING SOON – Martin Schwemmer explains the dynamics that start-ups bring to logistics and discusses current theses on the development of logistics.
Lean Start-up and Customer Focus
COMING SOON – Change your view on innovation processes: Learn from Simon Klose and Christoph Jahn about Lean Innovation and the central elements of Minimal Viable Products.
Digitalisation as an Opportunity for the Further Development of Industrial Service Processes
COMING SOON – In this snack, Christoph Hohmann links digitisation with service systems, talks about change mechanisms and explains the challenges of structured service development.
From Data Lakes to Knowledge Graphs
COMING SOON – In this session, Prof. Dr. Andreas Harth will not only explain which technologies are suitable for modern data management and how they can be used in companies, but will also show suitable methods for storing and processing mass data.
Application-dependent evaluation and selection of the most suitable IoT software platform
COMING SOON – In Sebastian Lempert's Snack you will learn more about the market and the essential function of IoT platforms, understand their functionality and learn a method to choose the most suitable platform for your needs.
The Ambidextrous Challenge of Digital Transformation
COMMING SOON – Dr. Nadja Hoßbach introduces the concept of organisational ambidexterity and illustrates the three main motivations of digital transformation of companies
Reference Process Digital Transformation
COMMING SOON – Prof. Dr. Alexander Pflaum will show a tried and tested reference process for digital transformation based on the vision of the data-driven company
Digital Transformation in Business
COMMING SOON – Prof. Dr. Alexander Pflaum introduces the topic of digital transformation in business and gives a general overview
Mass Customization: Has it taken off?
COMING SOON – Dr. Leontin Grafmüller gives an introduction on Mass Customization
Lean Logistics: Ground Markings – Everything Clear?!
COMING SOON – Knowledge Snack PLUS – In this online course Dr. Julia Boppert & Dr. Janina Durchholz explain why floor markings in logistics are an important tool for process design in terms of lean management
Successful Development of Data-driven Business Models
COMING SOON – Esther Schulz gives an insight into the successful development of data-driven business models
Corona Warning App
COMING SOON Steffen Meyer has advised from the technical side during the development of the app and gives an insight into the functionality
CPE4.0 for Intelligent Drive Technology
COMING SOON – AI and power electronics? Dr. Martin Schellenberger shows the potential of CPE4.0 in "intelligent drive technology
Design Thinking in a Digital World
COMING SOON – Dr. Karl Rabes gives an insight into Deisgn Thinking with a special focus on its use in a digital context
Teamwork in times of COVID-19
COMING SOON – Heike Nowak-Schwerdtfeger presents various methods and ideas how to improve team bonding in virtual teams
The Five Acts of Qualitative Interviews
COMING SOON – Dr. Benedikt Höckmayr and Dr. Christofer Daiberl show how to master the five acts of a qualitative interviews with empathy for people's needs
Blockchain – What is hidden behind the term?
COMING SOON – In this Knowledge Snack you will learn very briefly what blockchains are, how they work and what you can use them for
Smart 4.0!? Methods for Orientation in the Buzzword Jungle of Digitalization
SOON – Online course from the JOSEPHS innovation lab with a short presentation of the industry 4.0 demonstrator PID4CPS for a better understanding of digitization methods