Not least the global pandemic has ruthlessly exposed how much industry sectors still depend on presence, on-site control, and direct intervention options. At the same time, we have rarely used the possibilities, advantages, and flexibility of remote systems, such as remote maintenance and diagnostics, over-the-air updates, virtualization andremote system controls so intensively. Globally distributed production and experts demand remote work and remote automation.
Remote Automation in atp magazin 4/2022
In issue 4/2022, atp magazin focuses on transfer projects that have found their way from pre-development into products, plants, and machines. Exemplary topics are:
- Remote and predictive maintenance
- Remote control
- Update over-the-air concepts
- Augmented Reality / Virtual Reality
- Plattform-based Engineering
- Cloud-Systems and service concepts
- And much more …
Papers can be submitted from all areas (manufacturing, building, infrastructure, energy, medical, etc.) of automated systems. In addition to contributions from currentresearch work, we are looking for case analyses, introductory examples, and practical reports.Please submit these using the atp paper template (www.atpinfo.de/autoren) via email to firstname.lastname@example.org by Jan 31, 2022.
All contributions will be peer-reviewed. If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Mike Barth