Digital Industrial Service Systems
The Digital Industrial Service Systems are based on modern information technology. This technology paves the way for digital-modified and innovative digital service business models, by changing “degrees of digitization” in processes and decisions.
The Cyber-physical systems (CPS) are an example of these groundbreaking systems. CPS designates physical products that are equipped with computer hardware, software, and networking. Applications for CPS are the network factory, the networked city or a modern automobile.
The chair develops immediate solutions for observed operational issues or social challenges. Thus, we work closely with companies and associations and we are also involved in the application and implementation of publicly funded third-party projects, with interdisciplinary and partial international consortia.
We publish our research results in the leading specialized journals of our discipline. The Chair is committed to the scientific community of business informatics, for example: through event organizations or through publications of professional and specialized journals.