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Advances in Automotive Production Technology – Towards Software-Defined Manufacturing and Resilient Supply Chains

Stuttgart Conference on Automotive Production (SCAP2022)

  • Provides multiple perspectives on the highly relevant topics: SDM and Resilient Supply Chains

  • Combines approaches and findings from fundamental research and industrial application

  • Offers numerous practical examples regarding the potentials of SDM

  • This book is open access, which means that you have free and unlimited access

Part of the book series: ARENA2036 (ARENA2036)

Conference series link(s): SCAP: Stuttgart Conference on Automotive Production

Conference proceedings info: SCAP 2022.

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Table of contents (35 papers)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-x
  2. Part A: Software-Defined Manufacturing

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 1-1
    2. Real-Time Capable Architecture for Software-Defined Manufacturing

      • Stefan Oechsle, Moritz Walker, Marc Fischer, Florian Frick, Armin Lechler, Alexander Verl
      Pages 3-13Open Access
    3. Analysis of Real-Time Execution Models for Container-Based Control Applications

      • Moritz Walker, Timur Tasci, Armin Lechler, Alexander Verl
      Pages 14-24Open Access
    4. Software-Defined Manufacturing for the Entire Life Cycle at Different Levels of Production

      • Sebastian Behrendt, Michael Martin, Alexander Puchta, Robin Ströbel, Johannes Fisel, Marvin C. May et al.
      Pages 25-34Open Access
    5. Dynamic Safety Distance Determination for Human Robot Coexistence in Industrial Applications

      • Marc Fischer, Lars Klingel, Armin Lechler, Alexander Verl, Michael Neubauer
      Pages 35-45Open Access
    6. Integrated Framework for Safety Management and Software-Assisted Safety Assessment in Fluid Production

      • Chee H. Koo, Bernd Neuschwander, Marian Vorderer, Patrick Stehle, Roman Kretzschmann, Timur Tasci et al.
      Pages 46-56Open Access
  3. Part B: Data-Driven Technologies

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 57-57
    2. Improvement of the Scheduling of Automotive Testing Processes Based on Production Scheduling Methods

      • Leon Stütz, Timo König, Roman Bader, Markus Kley
      Pages 59-67Open Access
    3. Mixed-Integer Programming Model for Scheduling of Modular Automotive Body-In-White Production Systems

      • Jan M. Gelgfren, Hélène Arvis, Simon Hagemann, Sigrid Wenzel
      Pages 68-77Open Access
    4. Robotic Assembly Line Balancing with Multimodal Stochastic Processing Times

      • Dawid Stade, Martin Manns
      Pages 78-84Open Access
    5. Elementary Welding Operations for Automatic Robot Programming

      • Ioan-Matei Sarivan, Jørgen S. Larsen, Ole Madsen, Brian V. Wæhrens
      Pages 85-95Open Access
    6. Adaptive Intralogistics with Low-Cost AGVs for a Modular Production System

      • Javier Stillig, Carolin Brenner, André Colomb
      Pages 118-132Open Access
    7. Topology Planning in Swarm Production System: Framework and Optimization

      • Akshay Avhad, Casper Schou, Ole Madsen
      Pages 133-148Open Access
    8. Using Meta-Learning to Reduce the Effort of Training New Workpiece Geometries for Entanglement Detection in Bin-Picking Applications

      • Marius Moosmann, Julian Bleifuß, Johannes Rosport, Felix Spenrath, Werner Kraus, Richard Bormann et al.
      Pages 149-157Open Access
    9. Performance Comparison of Supervised and Reinforcement Learning Approaches for Separating Entanglements in a Bin-Picking Application

      • Marius Moosmann, Manuel Kaiser, Johannes Rosport, Felix Spenrath, Werner Kraus, Richard Bormann et al.
      Pages 158-167Open Access
    10. Machine Learning-Based Identification of Root Causes for Defective Units in Manufacturing Processes

      • Dominik Rotter, Florian Liebgott, Daniel Kessler, Annika Liebgott, Bin Yang
      Pages 168-178Open Access
    11. Enabling Single-Sensor Simultaneous Condition Monitoring of Several Vibration-Emitting Machine Parts Using Neural Networks

      • Andreas Seitz, Florian Liebgott, Dominik Rotter, Daniel Kessler, Hans-Peter Beise
      Pages 179-189Open Access

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  1. Advances in Automotive Production Technology – Towards Software-Defined Manufacturing and Resilient Supply Chains

About this book

This volume of the series ARENA2036 compiles the outcome of the 2nd Stuttgart Conference on Automotive Production (SCAP2022). 

The peer-reviewed contributions in this book are arranged thematically in three parts and cover a wide variety of topics: (A) Software-defined Manufacturing, (B) Data-driven Technologies, and (C) Advanced Manufacturing and Sustainability.

SCAP2022 was organized by ARENA2036 in close collaboration with the Institute for Control Engineering of Machine Tools and Manufacturing Units of the University of Stuttgart. The Conference took place on site from November 16 - 18, 2022 and provided the opportunity for national and international scientists to present their latest research results.   

The conference has taken another big step in becoming an established forum for topics related to the production of the future. The great success of this year's conference will be continued with the next SCAP in 2024 with new forward-looking topics. 

This is an open access book.

Editors and Affiliations

  • ARENA2036 e.V., Stuttgart, Germany

    Niklas Kiefl, Frederik Wulle, Clemens Ackermann, Daniel Holder

About the editors

Niklas Kiefl works as a research coordinator at the Research Campus ARENA2036 and Head of SCAP2022. He is responsible for the coordination of different research projects, the partner network, and the continuous optimization of the research infrastructure. He received his M.Sc. degree in advanced computer science from the University of Applied Sciences of Kempten. Before joining ARENA2036 in 2021, he worked as a research associate at the Research Centre Allgäu and the Technology Transfer Center of Kaufbeuren. 

Frederik Wulle is a research coordinator at the Research Campus ARENA2036. He had previously conducted research as a scientist at the Institute for Control Engineering of Machine Tools and Manufacturing Units of the University of Stuttgart where he developed methods for award-winning multi-axis additive manufacturing applications. In 2022, he defended his phd thesis successfully with the topic of the load-oriented multi-axis 3D printing.

Daniel Holder is a research coordinator at the Research Campus ARENA2036 and head of the group of precision machining at the IFSW of the University of Stuttgart. He received his M.Sc. degree in industrial engineering from the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg in 2016. He is currently working on his doctoral thesis at the IFSW of the University of Stuttgart and has conducted research in the field of depth-controlled laser micromachining and micromachining with high-power ultrafast lasers. His topical focus as a research coordinator at the ARENA2036 is the mobility and production of the future.

Dr. Clemens Ackermann is the deputy managing director of the Research Campus ARENA2036. He received his doctorate from Northwestern University in 2017, taught at the University of Oregon, Northwestern University, the University of Tübingen, the University of Stuttgart, and the University of Applies Sciences in Reutlingen. Before joining ARENA2036, he worked as program coordinator at the University of Tübingen.


Bibliographic Information

  • Book Title: Advances in Automotive Production Technology – Towards Software-Defined Manufacturing and Resilient Supply Chains

  • Book Subtitle: Stuttgart Conference on Automotive Production (SCAP2022)

  • Editors: Niklas Kiefl, Frederik Wulle, Clemens Ackermann, Daniel Holder

  • Series Title: ARENA2036

  • DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-27933-1

  • Publisher: Springer Cham

  • eBook Packages: Engineering, Engineering (R0)

  • Copyright Information: The Editor(s) (if applicable) and The Author(s) 2023

  • License: CC BY

  • Hardcover ISBN: 978-3-031-27932-4Published: 05 June 2023

  • Softcover ISBN: 978-3-031-27935-5Published: 05 June 2023

  • eBook ISBN: 978-3-031-27933-1Published: 04 June 2023

  • Series ISSN: 2524-7247

  • Series E-ISSN: 2524-7255

  • Edition Number: 1

  • Number of Pages: X, 388

  • Number of Illustrations: 26 b/w illustrations, 142 illustrations in colour

  • Topics: Automotive Engineering, Industrial and Production Engineering, Robotics and Automation, Logistics

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