HANNOVER MESSE 2019,
01 - 05 April
Research and Innovation Rhineland-Palatinate
Today, availability-oriented business models for capital goods can only be implemented poorly, as they involve a high degree of uncertainty and high risk. Excessive ...
The current landscape in the Internet of Things is dominated by isolated, closed Systems, often also referred to as "Silos". A connection between these Systems is ...
Annual losses of approximately 5 % of the gross domestic product are caused by friction and wear. The availability of tailored materials with advantageous frictional ...
Kaiserslautern Racing Team, KaRaT, is formed by students of the Technical University and the University of Applied Sciences Kaiserslautern. Since 2008 it attends ...
The transfer network Rhineland-Palatinate is the alliance of the knowledge and technology transfer units of the eleven state universities and universities of applied ...
How can sustainability be anchored in complex and dynamic organizational structures? To address this challenge, the University of Kaiserslautern created a sustainability ...
Industry 4.0 combines many disciplines. Under the common thematic umbrella "Digital Transformation" initiatives and projects at the technology and research site ...
BMBF Joint Project mecPro²
The goal of the joint project is to enable companies through suitable processes, methods and IT tools for the development of Cybertronic ...
Innovative Service Products for Availability-Oriented Business Models
Interoperability for the Internet of Things
Most Energy Efficient Car FSG17
Research for products and development processes from tomorrow!
Special networks link the engineering and natural sciences with the social and economic sciences. The TUK consists of 12 departments and offers over 100 courses to 14,900 students. Furthermore, it is renowned for its excellence in research and higher education.The Technische Universität Kaiserslautern has earned a reputation for excellence in the areas of physics, mechanical and process engineering, applied mathematics and computer sciences which have attracted international attention. For example, four major institutes have established facilities on or near campus. These include: two Fraunhofer Institutes (Institute for Industrial Mathematics (ITWM) and the Institute for Experimental Software Engineering (IESE)), the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI), and the Max Planck Institute for Software Systems.Kaiserslautern is recognized as one of the largest IT clusters in all of Europe.
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