Automation and Robotics

Projects

ArNe - Assistenzrobotik für den pflegerischen Einsatz bei Menschen mit neuromuskulären Erkrankungen

ArNe untersucht sowohl technisch ausgereifte als auch prototypische robotische Assistenzsysteme im pflegerischen Einsatz bei Personen mit neuromuskulären Erkrankungen zur Unterstützung im täglichen Leben. Hierbei werden sowohl die Effektivität hinsichtlich Entlastung der Pflegenden als auch Einfluss auf die Autonomie und Lebensqualität der Patienten untersucht. ArNe soll außerdem Aufschluss darüber geben, in welchen weiteren Anwendungsfeldern die Robotik eingesetzt werden kann, um pflegerische Tätigkeiten und Aufgaben des täglichen Lebens zu unterstützen oder zu übernehmen, und somit im Sinne „guter Pflege“ einen zielgruppenorientierten Versorgungsansatz zu ermöglichen. Weitere Forschungsfragen betreffen die Untersuchung der ethischen und sozialen Auswirkungen der Veränderung der  Selbstständigkeit bei gleichzeitiger Erhaltung der Patientenautonomie und die Mensch-Roboter-Interaktion in der Pflege.

Contact: Christoph Zimmermann

AuRorA - Autonomous robots for assistance functions: Interactive basic skills

Current developments in the context of human-robot cooperation in production, but also advances in the areas of manipulation and navigation, open up new opportunities and markets for service robots outside industrial workshops. This project concentrates on supporting and relieving people through interactive, proactive robot behaviour in a smart home or smart hotel. The robot serves as a real avatar that makes interaction with the abstract environment easier and more natural and offers motor assistance.

In a smart home or smart hotel, a proactive robot supports and relieves the occupants or guests of everyday tasks. What is innovative is that the robot independently learns new interactive behavior that links events such as "ringing at the door" with robot reactions. Depending on the transition probabilities already learned, the robot's dialogue with humans changes from a questioning to an informative character. The adaptive dialogues together with the non-verbal reactions of the robot ensure a high acceptance and quality of the interaction. The learned behaviour will be intensively evaluated in two practical scenarios, receiveing/guiding guests and cooking, with regard to robustness and transferability.

Contact: Christoph Zimmermann

CAMiROB

The project CAMiROB pursues the goal of developing an SME-appropriate CAM integrated guidance and control system for robotic operated processing cells. The deployment of a virtual factory and the optimisation of the process parameters by means of machine learning are of primary importance for the FZI.

This research and development project is funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) within the framework of the funding initiative "KMU-innovativ: Produktionsforschung" (SME-innovative: Production Research) and supervised by the Project Management Agency Karlsruhe (PTKA).

Contact: Simon Fritz

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Clou – Closed Loop Engineering for Efficient Replanning in Plant and Mechanical Engineering

The aim of the research project is the testing of a continuous closed-loop engineering process chain for the digital factory together with the firm CONTACT Software In doing so, the digital factory is networked with the real world through a digital twin.

Contact: Janek Bender

DAVES – Wireless Analysis of Distributed Embedded Software

The aim of the project DAVES, which is funded in the framework of the Central Innovation Programme for SMEs (ZIM), is to support large distributed systems such as industrial facilities in the diagnosis. Hardware solutions as well as appropriate software tools are developed, which enable the wireless access to devices that are difficult to access and that are independent of the primary communication infrastructure at the same time.

For this purpose, the FZI works together with the iSYSTEM AG.

Contact: Stefan Otten

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DEXMART – Dual-Hand Manipulation in Service Robotics

What would it be like if robots learned the most by observing and imitating just like children? Researchers of the FZI work together with researchers of KIT on teaching two-armed robots this skill. Through further developments of the method "Programming by Demonstration", robots become, for example, service personnel for cafeterias

Contact: Dr.-Ing. Arne Rönnau

EffektiV

The BMBF funded research project EffektiV investigates and develops methods for fault effect simulation of intelligent motion control systems for industrial automation. Nowadays system test, which verifies the correct and safe operation of these complex, heterogeneous systems and the executed control software, are mainly executed in late phases of the development, when physical prototypes are available. EffektiV enables the execution of these system tests in an early stage of development through the use of virtual prototypes. As a consequence the safety of these systems can be increased further, despite the rapidly growing complexity.

Contact: Dr. Alexander Viehl

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EmbOSYST

The project EmbOSYST - Embedded Operating System Security through Integrity, System Management and Trust – develops and researches protective mechanisms for the correct, confidential, safe and secure operation of an embedded real-time operating system in an open Internet environment. The growing interconnection of systems, often referred to as cyberphysical systems in the Internet of Things, leads to growing security requirements for the interaction. Based on an innovative hardware architecture, a special FPGA component connected to a flash memory and a smartcard chip will ensure the integrity of the system during the entire life cycle of an embedded system. 

Contact: Victor Pazmino Betancourt

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EuRoC – European Robotics Challenges – Reconfigurable Interactive Manufacturing Cell

This international challenge is an EC project that has the target to provide end-users with innovative robotics solution in the field of robotic assembly applications. FZI is involved in the Challenge 1 – ‚Reconfigurable Interactive Manufacturing Cell‘ and develops an intuitive control and programming approach for complex, force-based trajectories needed in screwing and gluing assembly tasks. The developed solutions are evaluated in automotive benchmarking tasks and transferred to real industrial assembly tasks at Adam Opel AG. In EuRoC the FZI teamed up with MRK Systeme GmbH und Adam OPEL AG as FLA²IR Team to compete against the best European robotics teams.

Contact: Dr.-Ing. Arne Rönnau

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HiLTech

Hardware-in-the-Loop Technologies are mainly used in the automotive industry to test and validate embedded systems. They are an important tools to create robust and high quality products. The project HiLTech is focussed on the product PROVEtech:µHiL of the MBtech Group, our project partner from the industry. ProveTech is a compact platform for Hardware-the-Loop tests that can be extended in modular way. It is developed in close cooperation with FZI. 

Contact: Stefan Otten

HoLLiE – The Assistance Robot

The combination of robust state-of-the-art industrial components with a flexible software framework for environment perception and robot control enables HoLLiE to manage complex tasks easily and support people in everyday situations.

 

Contact: Dr.-Ing. Arne Rönnau

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HORSE – Smart integrated Robotics system for SMEs controlled by Internet of Things based on dynamic manufacturing processes

HORSE aims to bring a leap forward in manufacturing industry proposing a new flexible model of smart factories involving collaboration of humans, robots, AGV’s (Autonomous Guided Vehicles) and machinery to realize industrial tasks in an efficient manner. HORSE proposes to foster technology deployment towards SMEs by developing a methodological and technical framework. HORSE will set up infrastructures and environments that will act as clustering points for selected application areas in manufacturing and for product life cycle management. The main strategy builds on existing technology and research results in robotics and smart factories and integrates them in a coherent framework. HORSE Centres of Competence (CoCs) will be established in four locations across Europe, in order to simplify usage and facilitate access to robotics by European industry and especially first users SME. In line with the EC initiative to support the European leadership in manufacturing through the adoption of ICT technologies, HORSE is an implementation of the second phase of I4MS, focusing on Advanced Robotics for manufacturing.

Contact: Dr.-Ing. Arne Rönnau

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HTSX - Joint project: "Grundlagen-Untersuchung: Flexible Entwärmungskonzepte für Laserterminals"

In the framework of the joint project "Grundlagen-Untersuchung: Flexible Entwärmungskonzepte für Laserterminals" (fundamental research: flexible heating concepts for laser terminals), an innovative control concept for a heat transfer system (Heat Transfer System - HTS) is being developed for the thermal control of a laser communication terminal (Laser Communication Terminal - LCT) in the project HTSX. The LCT, of which the function is linked to a narrow temperature range, serves the high-performance data transfer between satellites. The temperature of the LCT is, for example, affected by its operating state and the orbit of the satellite. In order to transport the excess heat of the LCT, a loop heat pipe (LHP) is being implemented as HTS. A constant temperature on the LCT can only be achieved by regulating the temperature of the passive LHP via heaters.

The FZI focuses in this project on the model-based control concept for LHPs. In order to develop a temperature controller adjusted to the LHP, a technical control model is necessary. Due to the existing complex, thermal processes, a prior thermal description of the LHP is indispensable. In order to be able to iteratively design such a model, the LHP is analysed and characterised by means of measurements on test benches of the project partners Tesat-Spacecom GmbH & Co. KG and the Institute of Thermal Process Engineering (TVT) at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT).

Human Brain Project

By integrating neuroscientifc data and interdisciplinary knowledge, the  Human Brain Project (HBP) provides the basis for a new kind of brain research. Its main goals are to gain fundamental insights about the human brain, to discover new treatments for brain diseases, and to develop new brain-inspired computer technologies.

The project is funded by the European Commission under the Grant Agreement FP7-604102.

Contact: Dr.-Ing. Stefan Ulbrich

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iBOSS – An Intelligent Modular System for On-Orbit Satellite Servicing and Assembly

The goal of iBOSS is to significantly reduce the costs of satellite maintenance through norming, standardization and modularization. The modularity in particular enables to replace damaged or outdated satellite modules instead of changing the complete satellite, as it is performed nowadays. The long term objective is to achieve easy maintenance through serviceability. Therefore, techniques and knowledge, developed and used for service robotics, will be transferred to such space systems allowing users to design and simulate new satellites in very little time with new, specialized software tools. With such a process, low ready-to-launch times can be achieved, which are crucial in the market of satellite systems.

Contact: M.Sc. Johannes Mangler

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InBOT – Interactive Behaviour Operated Trolley

The robot InBOT was developed, in order to examine and forward the use of robotics technologies in everyday environments of humans.

Contact: Dr.-Ing. Arne Rönnau

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InsightProducts

InsightProducts - Actionable Insights into Product Service Delivery 

Acquiring qualitative product data requires a well-thought and optimised sensor selection and deployment, adapted to the product infrastructure, configuration and operating environment. To help companies in this process, the Belgian non-profit organisation Sirris, the FZI Research Center for Information Technology (FZI) and the Hahn-Schickard-Gesellschaft für angewandte Forschung e.V. have initiated the collective research project 'InsightProducts - Actionable Insights into Product Service Delivery’ under the CORNET framework.

The rise of sensing, IoT, Big Data for fleet management and the shift from preventive to predictive maintenance drive the growth of the machine condition monitoring market. However, the increasing complexity of the fields of manufacturing, automotive, energy and medical engineering domains requires robust techniques for real-time monitoring, for detecting the inception and progression of faults, for reducing downtime and increasing reliability, and for enabling flexible maintenance scheduling.

InsightProducts targets the enhancement of digital products, based on actionable insights into their design, delivery & operations, based on acquired data intelligence knowledge on the connected product. The FZI focuses on optimised system architectures, sensors selection, communication and data acquisition.

Contact: Dr. rer. nat. Sebastian Reiter

ISABEL – Innovativer Serviceroboter mit Autonomie und intuitiver Bedienung für effiziente Handhabung und Logistik

Zusammen mit den Projektpartnern KUKA, Infineon, macio, Celisca und dem Fraunhofer IFF werden im Rahmen des BMBF-Projekts ISABEL Serviceroboter für das Anwendungsfeld Materiallogistik und Handhabung entwickelt, die im Gegensatz zu herkömmlichen fahrerlosen Transportsystemen mittels ihrer Manipulatoren in der Lage sind, Produkte autonom aufzunehmen, abzulegen bzw. in Bearbeitungsmaschinen einzulegen und zu entnehmen.

Contact: Dr.-Ing. Arne Rönnau

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KAIRO 3 – Modular Snake-like Inspection Robot

The department Interactive Diagnosis and Service Systems (IDS) began the development of modular inspection robots more than 15 years ago. The snake-like KAIRO 3 (Karlsruhe Autonomous Inspection Robot) represents the most recent snake-like robot following in the footsteps of its predecessors KAIRO (1997), Makro (1999), MakroPLUS (2004) and KAIRO II (2008). It has been developed for inspection and maintenance tasks, especially in areas which are difficult to access or dangerous for humans. Such areas are, for example, pipelines or maintenance shafts with small openings, or hazardous environments. With its modular and flexible construction, KAIRO 3 is well suited for a wide range of applications. This includes tasks like searching for explosives, inspection of narrow support tunnels and, of course, search and rescue missions after disasters.

Contact: M.Sc. Marvin Grosse Besselmann

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KolRob: collaborative, intelligent robot colleague for specialised workers of medium-sized companies

The project KolRob focuses on the problems arising in the human-machine cooperation in industrial assembly. Lacking technologies and concepts, which have been impeding the full automation of assembly processes in the industry, are being identified thereby. The possibilities of a cooperative assembly are further developed by means of a concrete application scenario. Safety and workspace monitoring are just as important as the efficient distribution of assembly steps in the process. In cooperation with SMEs and large-scale enterprises, the limits of automation shall be newly defined and innovative, robotic solution approaches shall be transferred from research into industry.n.

Contact: Dr.-Ing. Arne Rönnau

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LAURON - bio-inspired, six-legged walking robot

The bio-inspired, six-legged walking robot LAURON was developed at the FZI (Research Center for Information Technology) in Karlsruhe, Germany, with the target to test and enhance statically stable walking in difficult and rough terrain. The department Interactive Diagnosis and Servicesystems began their first theoretical analysis and design studies on six-legged walking in the early 90s. In 1994 the first walking robot LAURON (Legged AUtonomous RObot Neural Controlled) was presented to the public at the CeBit in Hannover, Germany.

Contact: Dr.-Ing. Arne Rönnau

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LAUROPE – Participant of to the DLR SpaceBot Cup Competition

FZI is one of ten teams taking part in the DLR Space Administration (German Aerospace Center) space robotics competition SpaceBot Cup. The challenge of this competition is a planetary surface exploration mission. The tasks concentrate on locating, transporting and assembling objects – required for scientific experiments or construction of an infrastructure – in realistic, moonlike surroundings. The FZI team – LAUROPE – will send the hexapod robot LAURON V as well as a lander infrastructure to master the challenges posed by the competition.

Contact: Dr.-Ing. Arne Rönnau

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LogDaSim

Das Ziel von LogDaSim ist die nahtlose Verbindung zwischen dem Fahrzeugtest von Fahrerassistenzsystemen und der Ableitung authentischer Umgebungssimulationen und Testszenarien für den Labortest auf Grundlage der in Fahrzeugtests aufgezeichneten Daten von Sensoren und Steuergerätekommunikation.

Contact: Stefan Otten

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NeuroReact - Echtzeitfähige neuronale Planung für reaktive Industrieroboter

Neuromorphe Systeme zeichnen sich durch schnelle, hoch parallele und energieeffiziente Rechenvorgänge aus. Außerdem sind sie sehr flexibel und wenig empfindlich gegenüber Hardwareausfällen, aufgrund ihrer Fähigkeit zu lernen und sich anzupassen. Die jüngsten Entwicklungen im Bereich neuromorpher Hardware und neuartiger Sensorik eröffnen die Möglichkeit diese Errungenschaften für Industrieroboter zu nutzen. In NeuroReact wird neuromorphe Hardware  mit Forschungsergebnissen aus der Neurorobotik kombiniert um echtzeitfähige, reaktive Planungssysteme zu realisieren.

Contact: M.Sc. Lea Steffen

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OmniSteer

Das FZI forscht im vom Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung (BMBF) geförderten Projekt „OmniSteer: Hochintegriertes Längs- und Querführungssystem auf Basis radselektiver E-Antriebe für die Automatisierung von orthogonalen, mehrdirektionalen und nichtlinearen Fahrvorgängen“ an der situationsabhängigen Verhaltensentscheidung für omni-direkionale Fahrwerksysteme. Hierbei werden Sensorik-Aktorik-Konzepte für die Längs- und Querführung zur funktional sicheren Ansteuerung des Systems untersucht.

Zentraler Forschungsaspekt des FZI sind in diesem Projekt die Entwicklung einer Simulationsumgebung für die Entwicklung und Validierung von automatisierten Fahrfunktionen sowie das Erforschen von Verfahren zur Manöver- und Trajektorienplanung. Hierbei sollen alle verfügbaren Freiheitsgrade und die möglichen „Gangarten“ des Fahrwerks berücksichtigt werden.

Weitere Details zum Projekt finden Sie unter www.omnisteer.de

Contact: Marc Zofka

PAKoS - Personalisierte, adaptive kooperative Systeme für automatisierte Fahrzeuge

Ziel im Projekt PAKoS ist ein personalisiertes Adaptionskonzept für die Fahrzeugautomatisierung. Dazu wird aus der Beobachtung des Fahrzeuginnenraums der Fahrerzustand identifiziert und mit einem personalisierten Nutzerprofil kombiniert, um das aktuelle Leistungsvermögen des Fahrers zu beurteilen. Basierend auf dem Nutzerprofil wird die Automatisierung im Fahrzeug personalisiert und angepasst. Das Nutzerprofil ist auf verschiedene Fahrzeuge übertragbar, die Datenhoheit bleibt jedoch immer beim Nutzer.

Das FZI beleuchtet im Rahmen dieses Projektes datenschutzrechtliche Aspekte und gibt basierend auf der Datenschutz-Grundverordnung (EU-DSGVO) Handlungsempfehlungen für die technischen Partner. Darüber hinaus werden die Herausforderungen in Hinblick auf die Funktionale Sicherheit adressiert, um in Anlehnung an den bestehenden Standard ISO 26262 die neuartigen Funktionen und insbesondere das Adaptionskonzept für die Fahrzeugautomatisierung abzusichern.

Contact: Tobias Schürmann

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ReApp - Wiederverwendbare Roboterapplikationen für flexible Roboteranlagen basierend auf ROS Industrial

Im Rahmen des ReApp Projekts verfolgt das FZI das Ziel, semantische Technologien und Beschreibungssprachen in wiederverwendbare "Roboter-Apps" für die geplante industrietaugliche Integrationsplattform verfügbar zu machen, um vor allem auch KMUs bei der Modellierung, Programmierung und dem Deployment von Roboterapplikationen zu unterstützen. Zusammen mit zahlreichen Projektpartnern wie zum Beispiel dem Fraunhofer IPA, KIT, Sick, Ruhrbotics und BMW versucht das FZI mittels ROS Industrial und "Roboter-Apps" die Programmierkosten zu reduzieren und so Robotik mittelstandtauglich zu machen.

Contact: Dr.-Ing. Arne Rönnau

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ReTivU - Reales Testen in virtueller Umgebung

Durch die Verknüpfung von virtuellem und realem Fahrversuch können kritische Verkehrsszenarien reproduzierbar getestet und analysiert werden. Das Testfahrzeug bewegt sich dabei auf einer freien Testfläche während dem Fahrer über eine Augmented-Reality Brille eine virtuelle Verkehrsszene visualisiert wird. Das Testen von Assistenzsystemen im realen Fahrversuch ist mit sehr großem Aufwand verbunden. Auch Messdaten und Ergebnisse sind im realen Fahrversuch nur bedingt reproduzierbar. Im virtuellen Fahrversuch hingegen sind Fahrzeug und Sensormodelle idealisiert und bilden die realen Messdaten nur eingeschränkt nach. Insbesondere kann die Komponente Fahrer so wie dessen Reaktion und Verhalten nicht ausreichend modelliert werden.

Contact: Marc Zofka

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REVaMP²

Das Verbundvorhaben REVaMP² erforscht eine umfassende Lösung für ein agiles Round-Trip Engineering. REVaMP² zielt darauf ab, die erste umfassende Automatisierungswerkzeugkette und die damit verbundenen ausführbaren Prozesse beim Round-Trip Engineering von Produktlinien (PL) von softwareintensiven Systeme und Services (SIS) zu konzipieren, entwickeln und zu evaluieren

Contact: Dr. rer. nat. Sebastian Reiter

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ROS – Component-based Software Development for Robotics

ROS – short for Robot Operating System – is a modern software framework for the fast development of robot components with a high degree of reusability. The framework, which has become widespread, capsules functionality in individual packages, ranging from drivers for most hardware to often used basic robot skills. With the ROS-Industrial initiative, the code base is also increasingly being professionalised for industrial use.

Contact: Dr.-Ing. Arne Rönnau

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SAFE4I

Das Ziel des Projekts SAFE4I ist die Beschleunigung des Entwurfs funktional sicherer Software. Dabei werden alle Teile der Software betrachtet, die nötig sind, um kundenspezifische Automatisierungslösungen für Industrie-4.0-Anwendungen zu realisieren. Darunter fallen Automatisierungssoftware, Steuerungssoftware und Firmware. Dieses Ziel soll durch die strikte Trennung der Software-Funktionalität von den Maßnahmen zur Software-Absicherung sowie durch den teilautomatisierten Einbau weiterer Software-Absicherungen erreicht werden.

Contact: Frederik Haxel

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SEAMLESS - Simulationsgestützte, assistenzsystem-basierende Engineering- und Maintenance-Dienstleistungen für Lean Aftersales-Services

Produkte, Prozesse und Dienstleistungen werden zunehmend miteinander zu intelligenten Dienstleistungen (Smart Services) verknüpft und entsprechend „veredelt“. Eine zentrale Bedeutung kommt hierbei dem Internet als vernetzende Infrastruktur zu: Sowohl bei IT-Anbietern als auch bei IT-Anwendern eröffnen internetbasierte Dienstleistungen große Wachstumspotenziale für komplexe Produkte, Produktionsprozesse und -anlagen.

Beispielsweise führen internetbasierte Dienstleistungen zu Betriebsoptimierungen von Anlagen durch neue Wissensplattformen und zur Virtualisierung von IKT-Infrastrukturen. Ziel des BMBF-Förderschwerpunkts ist die Entwicklung und Erprobung von innovativen Dienstleistungen und Geschäftsmodellen, die aus der konsequenten Vernetzung der gesamten Wertschöpfungskette hervorgehen. Im Fokus stehen flexible wie skalierbare Assistenzsysteme, auf Basis von Augmented und Virtual Reality. Damit können deutsche Unternehmen neue Smart Services - gemeinsam mit ihren Mitarbeitern und Nutzern - generieren, um sich einen nachhaltigen Wettbewerbsvorteil zu sichern.

Contact: Janek Bender

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SecRec

FPGAs are used for a wide range of application as they provide good combination of computational resources and flexibility. However, because of their functionality, they offer less resistance to hardware-based attacks compared to specialized ASICs. This circumstance is to be addressed in the project SecRec, in which the reconfiguration properties of the FPGA are used to disguise the implementation of security applications and thus increase the attack resistance.

Contact: Nadir Khan

SecSPS: Plattformunabhängiger Softwareschutz für eingebettete Steuerungssysteme

In automation technology, product piracy and know-how theft are becoming a source of concern for manufacturers and users. The SecSPS project researches and develops methods for the platform-independent software protection of embedded control systems.

Contact: Victor Pazmino Betancourt

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SeRoNet - Service Robotics Network

The project "SeRoNet – Servicerobotik-Netzwerk" (service robotics network), will reduce the costs, time and efforts for software development for robot solutions significantly by providing a B2B platform for the collaborative development of service robot solutions. By standardising the description of existing hardware as well as software components and equipping them with interoperable interfaces, the integration effort for new solutions decreases significantly. The platform further helps in actually finding the right components in the first place. In this way, new and innovative robotics solutions can be implemented cost-effectively and flexible.

Contact: M.Sc. Georg Heppner

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SiLiSys

Within the scope of the project SiLiSys a protection mechanism in the sense of licensing possibilities for multicore architectures in combination with FPGAs as system-on-chip (SoC) solutions shall be created. The availability of HW-IP and functions should be enabled by licensing or be safely restricted again.

For this purpose, already established licensing concepts in the software area are to be examined for their suitability and, if necessary, transferred to the special requirements of SoCs. The licensing management shall be enabled to securely implement and license special hardware accelerators, which are present as encrypted bitstreams in a reconfiguration memory, on a SoC, such as may be performed on software building blocks executed as an application on the processor cores of an SoC. It should also be examined how, in the event of an invalid or expired license, further use of the corresponding HW-IP can be prevented without putting the system in an unsafe condition or even causing damage to the SoC's environment.

Contact: Stefan Otten

SysKit

The project SysKit deals with the comprehensive consideration of security and safety solutions for Industry 4.0 applications and systems. For this purpose, a development tool is designed, which supports a continuous process from requirements management to system modelling and automated security analyses. Model-based development methods in combination with libraries for software functions, hardware security components and system models shall be used to reduce the development times of secure I4.0 systems.

Contact: Victor Pazmino Betancourt

viEMA – vernetzte, informationsbasierte Einlern- und Ausführungsstrategien für autonome Montagearbeitsabläufe

Im BMWi-Projekt viEMA haben fünf Forschungspartner eine lernende Roboterzelle gebaut, die flexibel an Handarbeitsplätzen aushelfen kann, wenn hohe Stückzahlen anfallen. Die kluge Maschine scannt die Werkstücke, vergleicht sie mit ihrer Teile-Bibliothek und wählt aus einer Griffe-Datenbank eine Greifstrategie aus. Sie kann ohne Programmierkenntnisse eingerüstet werden und braucht keine feste Installation.

Contact: Dr.-Ing. Arne Rönnau

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