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Prof. Martin Wollschlaeger

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Organisation: TU Dresden

Position in the organisation: Chair of Industrial Communications, Director of the Institute of Applied Computer Science, Faculty of Computer Science

Biography note: Martin Wollschlaeger studied Electrical Engineering at Otto-von- Guericke University Magdeburg. He received his Ph.D. in 1991 and Habilitation degree in 2001 for research in automation and control system. From 2000 to 2003 he worked as a researcher at ifak Institute for Automation and Communication, Magdeburg.

Since November 2003 he is full professor at TU Dresden, chair of Industrial Communications, and director of the Institute of Applied Computer Science, Faculty of Computer Science at TU Dresden.

His research topics are industrial communication systems and automation networks. This includes fieldbuses and industrial Ethernet, information modeling, middleware concepts, management of heterogeneous networks, life cycle management, and semantic descriptions. The main goal of this work is to support and to enhance integration processes in manufacturing.

Prof. Wollschlaeger is leader and member of various expert groups in industry and in the academic community. This includes Manufacturing Execution Systems, Cyber Physical Systems, Condition Monitoring, and Engineering Technologies. He is involved in international standardization, and is author and co-author of more than one hundred scientific publications.


Parallel Workshop Session W2.6 – “PLANTCockpit - a Service-oriented System for Enhancing Productivity in Manufacturing”

Service-oriented approaches are increasingly implemented in manufacturing systems. They are used in various levels of the manufacturing systems’ structure, ranging from sensor and actuator level up to MES and ERP. Within the EU FP7 project PLANTCockpit, this approach enables to extract manufacturing data from all these levels and to flexibly compute and combine them in order to generate and visualize aggregated data. This data are Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) that are used for enhancing production visibility, for energy management and sustainable manufacturing.

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