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Manufacturing Methods Industry 4.0 and Internet of Things (DLMBMMIIT)

Module Title: Manufacturing Methods Industry 4.0 and Internet of Things

Module No.:

DLMBMMIIT

Semester / Term:

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Duration:

Minimum 1 Semester

Module Type(s):

Wahlpflicht

Regularly offered in:

WS, SS

Workload: 300 h

Credit Points: 10

Admission Requirements:

None

Language of Instruction:

Englisch

Contributing Courses to Module:

Workload:

Self-study: 180 h
Self-examination: 60 h
Tutorials: 60 h

Course Coordinator(s) / Tutor(s):

Please see the current list of tutors on the Learning Management System.

Module Director:

Dr. Marian Benner-Wickner

References to Other Programs:

  • Master of Business Administration

References to Other Modules in the Program:

  • Corporate Finance

Qualification and Educational Objectives of the Module:

Manufacturing Methods Industry 4.0:
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

  • evaluate different manufacturing methods against given product and process requirements.
  • define and design modern additive techniques in contrast to traditional manufacturing.
  • assess and estimate the impact of current trends on manufacturing like cyber-physical systems to given manufacturing challenges and practical problems.
  • apply modern processes like rapid prototyping, rapid tooling, and direct manufacturing.

Internet of Things:
Upon successful completion, students will be able to:

  • distinguish and discuss a broad range of use cases for the internet of things (IoT).
  • deeply understand and reflect the different perspectives on the internet of things.
  • apply distinct techniques to engineer internet of things products.
  • evaluate and identify appropriate IoT communication technology and standards according to given IoT product requirements.
  • reflect on the resp. theoretical foundation, evaluate different approaches and apply adequate approaches on practical questions and cases.

Course Content of the Module:

Manufacturing Methods Industry 4.0:

  • Traditional manufacturing processes like forming and cutting as well as modern processes like rapid prototyping, rapid tooling, and direct manufacturing

Internet of Things:

  • Consumer use cases and risks
  • Business use cases and risks
  • Social-economic issues
  • Enabling technologies and networking fundamentals

Teaching Methods:

See the contributing course outlines

Literature:

See the contributing course outlines

Percentage of the Module Grade Relative to the Final Grade for the Program:

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Prerequisites to Qualify for Assessment:

Assessment:

See course outlines

Module Exam, 180 min (100%)