Through the Innovation Hub 13, we strive for presenting current technologies as a tangible experience open for everybody. For this purpose, we are creating a cross-linked testbed from various resources of our universities. These resources are testbeds and existing labs in which the latest technologies of the respective fields can be discovered and tested.
Through and in the context of the current digital revolution, many unexpected possibilities arise which are illustrated within the scope of a cross-linked testbed. For this purpose, current network technologies and network architectures are used in order to interconnect the testbeds and make the connection capabilities understandable for outside parties. As a joint central interface, a virtual platform is created into which the data of various testbeds flow together and are subsequently made available according to individual needs. From this stage on, measured data can not only be monitored and interpreted, but also test area-specific actions as well as the specific collection of measured data can be actively initiated.
In order to point out the possibilities arising from the connection of the latest technologies with current digital trends and developments, varied use cases are issued. On the one hand, these use cases show the testbed’s potential, but also, on the other hand, invite different players to an interactive collaboration, for example in the context of a project cooperation or product tests.
Would you like to see in which areas the Innovation Hub 13 provides the latest technologies and opportunities in the form of test fields?
Would you like to know how digitalization can be used to network different areas, technologies and systems?
Would you like to learn how the combination of current technologies and modern networking possibilities can be applied in practice?
Test fields - The specialists in your field
Currently, test fields already exist at the universities as laboratories of the different departments, where state-of-the-art methods and procedures are tested, applied and further developed.
The equipment of the test fields includes highly specialized sensors and actuators, i.e. machines and devices that perform special tasks.
The functioning of these devices, the technical possibilities as well as current research topics in the respective fields are made accessible to the public within the framework of the Innovation Hub 13 test fields.
Here you can explore the already integrated test fields of the Innovation Hub 13 and learn more about their features.
How does digital networking work?
For many areas, digitization is a process that has unimagined potential.
Even for the state-of-the-art testbeds, the continuous further developments in the field of digitalization offer new possibilities, which are realized within the framework of the networked testbed.
We use examples to explain the wide range of digitization, starting with the theoretical background knowledge of sensors, protocols and transmission options, through architectural challenges in networking, to the practical use of the various technologies.
Use cases - new opportunities through digitization
The networked testbed offers a wide range of possibilities, which are visualized here using individual case studies.
The individual process steps of these examples are realized by processes of the test fields and can be exchanged at will, also by products/systems of external participants.
This enables them to learn not only the advantages and disadvantages of the individual processes themselves, but also their implications for other processes in the overall process, which has a positive impact on the quality and interoperability of the products developed.
Here you can get to know the currently developed use cases.
Do you have questions, suggestions, ideas or specific projects? We are looking forward to talking to you!
The "Innovation Hub 13 - Fast Track to Transfer" of the Technical University of Wildau and the Brandenburg Technical University of Cottbus-Senftenberg is one of the 29 selected winners of the federal government funding initiative "Innovative College", equipped with funds of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research BMBF And the state of Brandenburg. Further information can be found at www.innovative-hochschule.de