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The growing international competition in the construction industry, especially from countries with significantly lower wages, is forcing German construction companies to break new ground in order to remain competitive. This is where two research projects come into play: The ARGE “RFIDimBau” and the research association “Virtual Construction Site” (ForBAU) have set themselves the goal of developing more efficient process structures for the German construction industry in the long term by researching innovative technologies and organizational forms Maintain and expand competitiveness.
On June 2nd, 2008, the new Bavarian research association “Service-oriented IT systems for highly flexible business processes”, or ForFLEX for short, officially started. The State Ministry for Science, Research and the Arts is funding the newly founded association for three years with around 1.1 million euros. Scientists from different disciplines develop new software technologies in order to make business processes in companies more flexible and thus more economical.
With the support of the Bavarian Research Alliance (BayFOR), a cross-border consortium was set up to face the challenge of developing methods for the conservation of forest biodiversity.
On February 22nd, climate experts and top politicians discussed the hot topic: climate change and its effects. The political course for an active climate policy has been set: the establishment of new research alliances and an increase in research funds – 42 million euros in additional funds from the 2020 climate program. Scientists are calling for longer-term projects and clear targets instead of a “flash in the pan”.
The Bavarian Laser Center (BLZ) and the Chair for Manufacturing Technology at FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg invite users to the 11th seminar on the use of lasers in electronics and precision engineering (LEF). The LEF 2008 will take place on February 26th and 27th in the Heinrich-Lades-Halle in the Erlangen congress center from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Speakers from research and practice will report on new developments and possible applications of lasers for micromachining.
On May 11, 2007, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Willibald A. Günthner, Full Professor of the Department of Conveying Technology, Material Flow, Logistics (fml) and spokesman for the Bavarian Research Association for Supra-adaptive Logistics Systems (FORLOG) at 1 p.m. for the RFID demo day at the logistik-innovations-zentrum (liz) in Garching. The event clarifies the potential and limits of technology, especially for medium-sized companies in the manufacturing industry. The combination of specialist lectures and subsequent demonstrations in the liz’s in-house test field offers the visitor the opportunity to sound out the possible uses for his company.
On May 30 and 31, 2007 the 3D experience forum – “Innovation in tool and mold making” of the Bavarian Research Association for Flexible Tool Systems (FORWERKZEUG) in cooperation with the iwb of the Technical University of Munich, the IWF of the Technical University of Berlin and the PTW of the TU Darmstadt.