The boom on urban living drags more and more people downtown. There is only one chance against apartment shortage: close vacant lots. But construction zones in the city are a big challenge, which needs best planning. We develop the fitting tool.
Hannover, 16. January 2019
New industry association sets standards for dismantling of wind energy plants
The end of EEG-funding is a challenge for the wind energy industry. The newly founded industry association RDRWind is going for standardization of demantling processes and invites interested parties to Wildeshausen at January 30.
Hannover, 04. December 2018
How to plan layout and transport in one step
Which transport system one venture uses, has an deep impact on the design of the factory layout. For that reason it is advisible, to plan both at the same time: The IPH develops a method for an automated and integrated layout and transport system planning.
Hannover, 16. November 2018
Orientation in metal forming
Which possibilities offers the FEM-simulation? Which software is the right one for my venture? In the practice-seminar massive forming the IPH imparts knowledge to sales staff and forming-newcomers.
Hannover, 24. October 2018
Science Award for Supply Chain Management
IPH-alumnus Dr.-Ing. Florian Podszus reached the finale of the Science Award for Supply Chain Management of the Bundesvereinigung Logistik (BVL). There he presented his research results on speech control in automated guided vehicles (AGV).
Hannover, 05. February 2018
Generator gains energy from environment
In the future, we will be able to supply power to sensors - without cables or batteries - so they can record their own measured data. We are developing a generator that uses energy harvesting to extract the energy directly from its environment.
Hannover, 10. January 2018
Factory layout at the push of a button
In the future, factory layouts can automatically be generated and evaluated: IPH develops a software-tool that optimally arranges machines, storage areas and office space. This dooes not only saves time, but also money.
Hannover, 26. June 2017
AGVs react automaticly to disturbances
Automated guided vehicles (AGVs) might soon respond automaticly to disturbances, such as blocked routes or damaged sensors. Researchers at IPH are still looking for cooperation partners, in particular manufacturers and users of AGVs.
Hannover, 01. June 2017
Science meets industry
In order to transfer scientific knowledge to industry, the IPH cooperates closely with companies. We offer comprehensive consulting and individual, often unconventional solutions. Please do not hesitate to contact us!
IPH: We perform research and develepment in production engineering
We offer solution-oriented research of practical relevance for production technology, with its focus on process technology, automated production, and logistics.