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Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dr. h.c. Heinz Wörn

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Professor Wörn studierte Elektrotechnik an der Universität Stuttgart und promovierte dort am Institut für Werkzeugmaschinen mit seiner Arbeit zu dem Thema "Mehrprozessorsteuerungssystem für Werkzeugmaschinen mit standartisierten Schnittstellen". Im Anschluss arbeitete er bei KUKA Schweißanlagen und Roboter GmbH, wo er eine leitende Stellung in Forschung und Entwicklung inne hatte. Professor Wörn ist ein international anerkannter Experte für Roboter und Automation. Seine Erfahrung umfasst Roboteranwendungen, Robotersteuerungen und Sensoren für Roboter, sowie deren Programmmierung und Simulation. Seit 1997 leitet er das Institut für Prozessrechentechnik, Automation und Robotik der Universität Karlsruhe als Professor für "Komplexe Systeme in Automation und Robotik".

Forschungsgebiete

  • Planung, Programmierung, Steuerung, Diagnose und Sensorsysteme für Industrieroboter
  • Autonome, mobile Roboter, Mikroroboter, Serviceroboter, Teleroboter, Autonome Fahrzeuge
  • Planung und Simulation von Anlagen und Fabriken
  • Roboter- und sensorgestützte Chirurgie
  • Mikromontage
  • Modellierung komplexer Systeme in Produktion und Medizin

Security Architecture for a Co-operative Engineering Process in a Digital Factory Environment

AutorJan Woerner, Heinz Woern
Jahr2003
Veröffentlicht inEuropean Series in Industrial Management: Proceedings of the IFIP WG 5.7 Working Conference on Human Aspects in Production Management - Volume 1
EditorGert Zülch, Sascha Stowasser, Harinder S. Jagdev
KurzfassungToday, co-operative engineering in the fields of plant production is a time consuming and expensive issue. Even though the concept of extended or virtual enterprises has been proposed over the recent years, the strategies for new working environments concentrated on collaborative work in general. A set of individuals work together as if they were a single enterprise. This collaboration is expected to be a temporary co-operation for the period of the business opportunity the participants jointly exploit. As a matter of fact, the partners of a co-operation in plant production are working at geographical distributed locations in precisely pre-defined projects. A software to support them as effective as possible in working together is required. The main barrier of its introduction into the workplaces is the exchange of digital data allowing reuse without loss in quality. A lot of projects deal with EAI in the fields of plant production, but future problems of company spanning co-operative engineering are not considered. All latest research results aim to solve problems like integrated data management and deal with objectives from the co-operation. These are obviously important steps towards Digital Factory, but supporting secure co-operation will be one of the essential knock-out criteria for the use of software applications in future Digital Factory environments. The paper presents a security architecture based on co-operative engineering methods integrated in the environment considering the engineer, the human using it.
Bibtex@article{ ipr_1067935061, author = "{Jan Woerner and Heinz Woern}", title = "{Security Architecture for a Co-operative Engineering Process in a Digital Factory Environment}", year = "2003", journal = "{European Series in Industrial Management: Proceedings of the IFIP WG 5.7 Working Conference on Human Aspects in Production Management - Volume 1}", pages = "143--149", }
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