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Innovation in production – with ultra-fast 5G

At the Werner-von-Siemens Centre, scientists are developing practical industrial solutions based on T-Systems’ 5G network

Live industrial digitalization

From innovation to production as quickly as possible: At the Werner-von-Siemens Centre for Industry and Science (WvSC) in Berlin, technologies such as artificial intelligence, voice control, and augmented reality are developed for practical use in real production environments. Featuring high bandwidths, minimal latency, and maximum availability, Telekom’s 5G Campus network makes innovative industry-related applications possible – such as autonomous mobile robots for production and logistics.

Practical example – KUKA: intelligent robots for the manufacturing industry

Achieve data-driven production and automate it intelligently: This is possible with a comprehensive package consisting of robots and software from KUKA, edge computing resources from Intel, and EdgAIR managed services from T-Systems. Data from machines, autonomous robots, and manufacturing plants help capture and improve production performance. This way, it is possible, for example, to optimize throughput times, reduce energy consumption, and quickly identify and rectify faults. It is highly secure since it can be used without an Internet connection – and is also suitable for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).

Research at your fingertips

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The WvSC will showcase not only autonomous mobile robots but also numerous other fields of application for innovative production. T-Systems and its partners have developed practical solutions for: 

  • Computer vision
  • Artificial intelligence (AI)
  • Precise positioning
  • Anomaly detection
  • Assisted assembly
  • Augmented reality (AR)
  • 5G campus networks
  • Voice control

Thus T-Systems, together with Commerzbank, is developing end-to-end automated supply chains with integrated financial services in the WvSC – making supply channels more efficient, transparent, and resilient.

Digital technologies facilitate production operations

Simplify planning processes by using 3D visualizations of machines and devices. Automate processes such as transport and maintenance using the T-Systems Autonomous Logistics Platform. Make use of AI-powered computer vision technology to track objects in real time and obtain accurate analytics on usage and performance. Provide operators with AR overlays (“data glasses”) to assist them digitally. Or use the Connected Voice Assistant to control machines and devices using voice commands. The WvSC offers all this and much more.

Move towards a Smart Factory with 5G

Robots dashing around independently and taking lifts on their own – it sounds like science fiction, but with Deutsche Telekom’s fast 5G network, it’s a future that is within reach. You can learn all about the smart factory of the future at the Werner-von-Siemens Centre in the Siemensstadt 2.0 city of the future in Berlin-Spandau.

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Do you have any questions about projects such as 3D visualizations, automation, or AI-supported computer vision? Our experts are happy to provide assistance and advice.

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