Contact Person
NGNI, IIoT, 23.09.2019
NGNI, Anne Halbich, Team, IIoT
Dr.-Ing. Alexander Willner
Head Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) Center
Business Unit NGNI
+49 30 3463-7116
Anne Halbich
Business Unit INNO
+49 30 3463-7346
FOKUS-Akademie
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Future Topics in Industrial Communication

Influence and fundamentals of 5G, TSN, OPC UA, digital twins and the edge computing paradigm

The challenge: Disruptive evolution of industrial communication in the context of industry 4.0

The continued technological development of industrial communication solutions has greatly increased in speed as a result of the complexity of "Industry 4.0". It is often unclear which technologies will be used when and for what reasons, and what influence they will have upon their own ecosystems.

The solution: Introduction to the basics of industrial communication and details on future technologies

Based upon the key basics of industrial communication, the course iteratively presents the most important future technologies, brings them together and gives an outlook on the possibilities that arise from their use.


After the seminar, you will know...

  • How best to classify Industry 4.0 solutions.

  • 5G and TSN technologies for your own benefit.

  • How to assess the edge computing paradigm in its own context.

  • How use the knowledge gained to prioritise your own research and product development

This seminar offers you ...

  • an insight into the most important topics of industrial communication.

  • an exchange with technical experts.

  • current research and standardization knowledge.

Target groups are...

  • Managers: technical basics for better decision-making regarding future fields of action.

  • Head of Research: Prioritization of the group's internal preliminary research.

  • Professionals and specialists: OT as well as ICT experts from the field of automation technology, to build up knowledge of new technologies.

  • Users: Insights into future developments and the bases for making purchasing decisions.

Course data

Duration: 1 day
Language: German/English
Venue: Fraunhofer FOKUS Berlin
Requirements: Basics of information technology (professional experience, Bachelor of Computer Science)
Course fee: €1100,00

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