Yübo Wang M.Sc. M.A.

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Mr. Yübo Wang studied Computational Engineering Master of Science at the Technical University Darmstadt until November 2014. In his master's thesis, he developed an optimization model for the shifting actuation of a double clutch transmission. In 2013, Mr. Wang completed the Sinology Master of Arts course at Goethe University Frankfurt. From 2012 to 2015, Mr. Wang, as Business Development Manager, accompanied the Chinese market development of a machine tool manufacturer and held training courses on CNC and dental milling machines. Since March 2015, Mr. Wang has been employed as a research assistant in the field of data processing in construction.

University courses:

Topics: Virtual Product Development (ViP) and Product Data Management (PDM)

In the summer semesters of 2015 and 2016, Mr. Wang supervised the lecture “Virtual Product Development B”. The course teaches the basics and importance of product data management and the methods, technologies and functions of product data management systems.

At the same time, Mr. Wang has been leading the Collaborative Engineering – PDM with Windchill tutorial since the summer semester of 2015. As part of the tutorial, knowledge from the lectures Virtual Product Development A / B / C will be deepened using practical examples using the product data management system PTC Windchill.

In-service courses:

Mr. Wang has designed four-week part-time curricula CyberphysicalSystem (CPS), Model-Based Enterprise (MBE) and Manufacturing Executive System (MES) for industry and economy. He taught the theoretical content in block lectures. Practice-oriented content was carried out using exercises, applications and industry visits.

Research profile

Mr. Wang's research profile consists of the “Digital Twin (DZ) and its traceability and traceability in a data-driven, model-based platform architecture”. In addition to domain-specific models of the CAx process chain, the methods of model-based system engineering (MBSE) are used to service-orientate the digital twin from as-specified, as-designed, as-manufactured to as-operated and as-maintained to instantiate. Interaction integration then enables data-driven traceability and traceability in the layers of Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Data as a Service (DaaS) and Software as a Service (SaaS) of a platform architecture. (Wang, Anderl 2019)

Another area of Mr. Wang's work is to use research guidelines and prototypical implementations to transfer them to industry and business in parallel with implementation. This ensures scalability for SMEs and global corporations. For further information, we recommend the Industry 4.0, Industry 4.0 Maturity, Index 2020 and VDI Status Report Digital Transformation Process in Companies.

DIN

As an active member of the NA 122 DIN Machine Tools Standards Committee / NA 122-31-11 AA Cyber-Physically Controlled Intelligent Machine Tools Working Committee, Mr. Wang is involved in an exchange between research and industry.

The DIN Machine Tool Standards Committee deals with standardization in the field of machine tools for metalworking and for the processing of other technical materials. At the European level, he represents Germany in CEN / TC 143 “Machine Tools – Safety”, and internationally the NWM works in ISO / TC 39 “Machine Tools”. (Source DIN)

ProSTEP iViP

Mr. Wang represents the DiK at meetings of the Technical Steering Committee (TSC) and Smart Systems Engineering (SmartSE). Prof. Dr.-Ing. Reiner Anderl is an honorary member of the ProSTEP iViP Association.

ProSTEP iViP is an association that focuses on future-oriented solutions as well as standards for product data management and virtual product development. In cooperation with science and research, the interests of manufacturers and suppliers of the manufacturing industry as well as IT providers are exchanged, so that more efficient processes, methods and systems are developed.

Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC)

Mr. Wang represents the DiK in the task group “Digital Twin Interoperability” in the Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC). The IIC pursues the creation of new innovations in the area of Industrial Internet by defining and developing use cases and testbeds (real test environments). Definition and development of a reference architecture and framework structures to strengthen interoperability should be created. The establishment and provision of new and innovative approaches to IT security are to be pursued. Organization of open forums and discussion groups on the topic of the Industrial Internet to strengthen the exchange of ideas, knowledge and examples of implementation are carried out globally on a quarterly basis.

Company-accompanying introduction to Industry 4.0

Mr. Wang accompanied the introduction of Industry 4.0 at a large number of well-known national and international companies, so that the increase in value added in the individual phases of the product life cycle was implemented in a targeted manner by using individual Industry 4.0 technologies. Various prototypes and demonstrators have been created that illustrate the added value of model-based system engineering, digital production twin, virtual commissioning, as well as traceability and traceability in data-driven model-based platform architectures.

VDMA seminar “Train The Trainer” on the guideline Industry 4.0

Mr. Wang was project manager (DiK) of the industrial project seminar “Train the Trainer”, in which those responsible for the topic of Industry 4.0 are coached in the company. The event presents the methods and procedures described in the Industry 4.0 guideline and showed you how you can use an in-house workshop to uncover and further develop your Industry 4.0 strengths and skills. This way your company – accompanied by your own coach and the “Guideline Industry 4.0” – will master the path from Industry 4.0 vision to your individual concepts and solutions step by step. (Source: VDMA)

VDMA Guideline Industry 4.0 – Orientation Guide for German SMEs

Many companies see Industry 4.0 as a challenge rather than an opportunity for new business models. Concrete solutions are often just as dark as the question of what Industry 4.0 actually stands for. However, the diversity in the corporate landscape of German mechanical and plant engineering ultimately means that each company must develop its own perspective on Industry 4.0 and develop its own ideas for using the new potential. Mr. Wang was a project collaborator on the industrial project.

The aim of the Industry 4.0 guideline is therefore to provide medium-sized machine and plant manufacturers with a tool for developing their own Industry 4.0 business models and thus to support their own Industry 4.0 implementations. The guideline therefore does not represent a ready-made strategy for implementing Industry 4.0 in your own company, but rather shows tools and procedures for the individual development of your own strengths and competencies. (Source: Guideline Industry 4.0 – Orientation guide for German medium-sized companies) (picture, tool kit)

acatech STUDY / COOPERATION

The Industry 4.0 Maturity Index in operational use. Current challenges, case studies and development trends

The manufacturing industry in Germany has recognized that for the implementation of the fourth industrial revolution, instead of introducing isolated, isolated prototypes, a systematic transformation program with a focus on clear economic added value is necessary. The acatech Industry 4.0 Maturity Index has proven itself since the publication of the acatech STUDY 2017 as a practical tool for the structured, holistic design of the digital transformation of companies.

The examples presented in this practical brochure show how the use of the Industry 4.0 Maturity Index has generated added value for different companies – from automotive suppliers to chemical companies. Prioritizing and structuring digitalization activities in a roadmap can prevent typical errors such as fragile integration of information systems and the lack of involvement of employees. Companies can benefit from a systematic and economic transformation towards an agile and learning organization. (Source: acatech)

CaMPuS – Intelligent Cloud Manufacturing Service and Pilot Factory

Mr. Wang was project manager (DiK) of the German-Chinese industry / research project CaMPuS. The project, funded by the BMBF with the project sponsor PTKA, is being carried out in cooperation on the German side with the Institute for “Production Management, Technology and Machine Tools” (PTW) on the part of the TU Darmstadt or with the company Festo Didactic SE and on the Chinese side with the companies CASICloud- Tech Co., Ltd and ITEI (Instrumentation Technology and Economy Service).

The goal is to build a physical learning and teaching environment using cloud technologies in Germany. It is researched which competencies of employees of different hierarchy levels in Germany and China are required to be able to analyze and optimize production processes – by using Industry 4.0 technologies. The developed modular and mobile learning factory modules can be networked across locations. They enable the mapping of a complex production network to convey a holistic understanding of the process. The focus is on three use cases: cloud services, component traceability and worker assistance.

ArePron – Agile resource efficient production network

Mr. Wang was a project employee in the transfer project “ArePron – Agile resource-efficient production network” on the part of the DiK. The project, which is approved and funded by the Hessian Ministry of Economics, Energy, Transport and Regional Development (HMWEVL) and by European funds (ERDF), is being carried out in cooperation with the department “Substance Management and Resource Management” (SuR) and the Institute for “Production Management, Technology and Machine Tools “(PTW) carried out.

The aim of the project is to increase resource efficiency through intelligent, cross-location networking of production systems. It shows how technologies of digitization can reduce costs by improving resource efficiency and at the same time reduce the ecological footprint of companies. In the course of the project, a sample component is being designed that can be manufactured using different production paths. With the acquisition and analysis of data, the resource consumption can be determined for every possible path and thus the production path of the component can be optimized with regard to resource efficiency. Furthermore, an industrial advisory board consisting of 12 companies supports the transfer of research results into practice.

IUNO – National Reference Project IT Security in Industry 4.0

Mr. Wang was a project member in the National Reference Project for IT Security in Industry 4.0 IUNO. The industry / research project was funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) as part of the new research program ”Self-determined and secure in the digital world“ and part of the new high-tech strategy. It united 14 companies in German industry with seven research institutions and universities.

The goal of IUNO was to effectively protect networked production against cyberattacks and espionage and to show how hackers can be minimized in specific applications. The IT security solutions developed in the project should be standardized so as not to hinder competition and to create cost-effective solutions for small and medium-sized companies. IUNO has made a significant contribution to a new security culture for Industry 4.0. IUNO combined the diverse topic of Industry 4.0 in four application cases – from the furniture industry, the automotive industry, and machine tool manufacturers, on the basis of which a comprehensive tool kit for solving IT security requirements was developed.

CypIFlex – cyber-physical intralogistics systems to make medium-sized series production more flexible

Mr. Wang was project manager (DiK) in the industrial / research project CypIFlex – cyber-physical intralogistics systems to make medium-sized series production more flexible, which was approved by the Hessian Ministry of Economics, Energy, Transport and Regional Development (HMWEVL) and as part of the operational program for funding of regional competitiveness and employment in Hesse was funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), through which WiBank represented, and financed by state funds. It consisted of a consortium of various companies from the IT, automation and manufacturing area and the DiK department at the Technical University of Darmstadt.

The aim of the CyplFlex project was to enable medium-sized series production companies to develop specific Industry 4.0 solutions and to implement them successfully in order to generate quantifiable added value along the value chain. For this purpose, the developed process model was carried out as an example in a prototype implementation in a real production and intralogistics environment. It was challenging to create acceptance for the topic of linking production and information and communication technologies (Industry 4.0) with the participating value creation partners. The main five milestones were the ”Requirements analysis and creation of the requirements catalog“, the ”Analysis, recording and evaluation of solutions“, the ”Development of the generic procedure model“, the subsequent ”Validation at the Sanner GmbH application case“ and the final ”Verification and property validation of the developed process model “.

SCoPE – Smart Components within Smart Production Processes and Environments

Mr. Wang was a project member of the international research project ”Smart Components within Smart Production Processes and Environments (SCoPE)" in cooperation with two institutes of the Brazilian universities Universidade Metodista de Piracicaba (UNIMEP) and Universidade de Sao Paulo (USP). The project is being processed within the framework of the BRAGECRIM initiative (Brazilian German Collaborative Research Initiative in Manufacturing Technology) funded by the DFG, CAPES and FINEP, in which scientists from thirty university research institutes and Fraunhofer institutes in Brazil and Germany work together on topics relating to sustainable value creation in research in production. The initiative promotes the exchange and mobility of scientists from both countries.

The goal of the SCoPE project is the introduction of components as information carriers, which have information about their physical properties, customer-specific adaptations, manufacturing history and purpose. Modern internet technologies are used to network components as information carriers and to access external information sources such as production databases and data management systems. These intelligent components, the so-called “Smart Components”, will then be able to control their production and assembly processes and move autonomously through an intelligent factory equipped with cyber-physical production and logistics systems. Possible applications are the traceability of the manufacturing history of individual components, e.g. to investigate component failure, or to use component data to achieve optimal tolerance pairings in the assembly of complex assemblies.

Mr. Wang has supervised a variety of student bachelor and master theses as well as development and research projects (ADP / ARP). Together with student research assistants, Mr. Wang developed, implemented and built numerous prototypes and demonstrators in addition to methodical and conceptual approaches. With regard to a request for care, please refer to the list of tenders (link). Dates regarding individual assignments can be requested via email on the following topics:

Industrial engineering software environment

An industrial engineering software environment is offered for student and scientific research work: CAMEO Systems Modeller, Siemens Nx, Dassault CATIA, PTC Creo, MSC ADAMS, PTC Windchill, Siemens Plant Simulation, Siemens TIA Portal, Dassault ControlBuild, Dassault DELMIA, Unified Automation etc. Plan a training period of several weeks in the software environment. For a thesis, Mr. Wang provides tutorials and exercises that you should perform to familiarize yourself with the software environment.

Development and Research Focus:

  • rotor dynamics
  • Vision Computer Vision / Application of Artificial Intelligence
  • Virtual Reality / Augmented Reality
  • Human Immersion Suit
  • Ontologically Anthropocentric Sensory Immersive Simulation (OASIS)
  • Human-robot collaboration
  • Learning factory / industrial production environment
  • Comp Cloud computing infrastructure
  • Edge Application of Artificial Intelligence
  • Control technology and automation
  • Laser engraving / 3D printing / 3D carving
  • Smart IoT device

Certificate of Merit

“Combined Secure Process and Data Model for IT-Security in Industrie 4.0”

Wang, Yübo ; Fakhry, Riham ; Rohr, Sebastian ; Anderl, Reiner (2017) [siehe Publikationsliste]

Certificate of Merit

“Development of a Toolbox for Engineering in Project Teams for Industrie 4.0”

Wang, Yübo ; Faath, Andreas ; Goerne, Timon ; Anderl, Reiner (2018) [siehe Publikationsliste]

Best Paper Award

“Toolbox Approach for the Development of New Business Models in Industrie 4.0”

Wang, Yübo ; Tran Thi Diem My ; Anderl, Reiner (2018) [siehe Publikationsliste]

Certificate of Appreciation

Expert Group: Training / Digital Business Models / Industrial Internet

The Expert Group serves as a platform for German and Chinese industry experts to discuss the challenges and opportunities of Industrie 4.0 and develop joint policy recommendations. These discussions directly inform the bilateral political dialogue at the Vice Minister and State Secretary level. (German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy – Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of PR China, 2019)

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Number of items: 28.

2020

Steinbach, Tanja ; Wang, Yübo ; Anderl, Reiner
Mincolelli, Giuseppe ; Giacobone, Gian Andrea ; Imbesi, Silvia ; Marchi, Michele (eds.) (2020):
Integration of Multi-Domain-Simulation into the Design of Cyber-Physical Systems.
In: Advances in Industrial Design, Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, 1202, In: Proceedings of the AHFE 2020 Virtual Conferences on Design for Inclusion, Affective and Pleasurable Design, Interdisciplinary Practice in Industrial Design, Kansei Engineering, and Human Factors for Apparel and Textile Engineering, pp. 451-456,
Springer, DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-51194-4_59,
[Conference or Workshop Item]

2019

Anderl, Reiner ; Wang, Yübo ; Röhm, Benjamin ; Olbort, Johannes (2019):
Smart Product and Production Engineering enabling new Business Models.
Shanghai, China, 2019 International Forum on Innovation and Emerging Industries Development - The Fourth Sino-German Workshop on Digital Transformation of Manufacturing Industry, Shanghai, 17.09.-18.09.2019, [Conference or Workshop Item]

Anderl, Reiner ; Wang, Yübo ; Röhm, Benjamin ; Olbort, Johannes (2019):
Implementation of an Agile and Flexible Innovation System.
Shanghai, China, 2019 International Forum on Innovation and Emerging Industries Development, Shanghai, 17.09.-18.09.2019, [Conference or Workshop Item]

Wang, Yübo ; Zingel, Philipp ; Anderl, Reiner (2019):
A Methodical Approach for Using SysML to Optimize Product Architectures for Industrie 4.0.
In: Lecture notes in engineering and computer science, In: Proceedings of the International MultiConference of Engineers and Computer Scientists 2019 IMECS 2019 : March 13-15, pp. 368-390,
Hong Kong, International Association of Engineers, [Conference or Workshop Item]

Wang, Yübo ; Anderl, Reiner (2019):
What do workers do in an autonomous factory?
Changsha, China, BMWi/MIIT, 2019 Sino-German Intelligent Manufacturing Cooperation Forum, 23.-24.05.2019, [Conference or Workshop Item]

2018

Arndt, Alexander ; Auth, Cordula ; Wang, Yübo ; Anderl, Reiner (2018):
From Guideline for implementation of Industrie 4.0 in SME to Platforms for Industrie 4.0.
Industrial Internet Summit, Chengdu, China, 14.-15.06.2018, [Conference or Workshop Item]

Wang, Yübo ; Wang, Gong ; Anderl, Reiner
Ao, Sio-Iong ; Kim, Kon ; Amouzegar, Mahyar A. (eds.) (2018):
A Holistic Approach for Introducing the Strategic Initiative Industrie 4.0.
In: IAENG Transactions on Engineering Sciences, In: Special Issue for the International Association of Engineers Conferences 2016 Volume II,
Singapur, World Scientific, ISBN 978-981-3230-76-7,
[Conference or Workshop Item]

Anderl, Reiner ; Wang, Yübo ; Xudong, Chai ; Metternich, Joachim ; Kreß, Antonio ; Bayer, Christian ; Hopfensitz, Anja (2018):
Cloud-basierte intelligente Produktion in Lernfabriken – Forschungsprojekt CaMPuS.
Zweites Deutsch-Chinesischen Industrie 4.0-Symposium zur Intelligenten Fertigung und Vernetzung der Produktionsprozesse, November 19th–20th, 2018, Peking (China), [Conference or Workshop Item]

Wang, Yübo ; Kreß, Antonio ; Bayer, Christian ; Keller, Thimo ; Anderl, Reiner ; Metternich, Joachim (2018):
Research Project CaMPuS, Toolbox Industrie 4.0 – Selected Chinese Enterprise – Current Production Status.
World Intelligent Manufacturing Summit, October 13rd, 2018, Nanjing (China), [Conference or Workshop Item]

Wang, Yübo ; Faath, Andreas ; Goerne, Timon ; Anderl, Reiner
Ao, S. I. ; Castillo, Oscar (eds.) (2018):
Development of a Toolbox for Engineering in Project Teams for Industrie 4.0.
In: Lecture notes in engineering and computer science, In: Proceedings of the International MultiConference of Engineers and Computer Scientists 2018 IMECS 2018 : March 14-16, 2018, Volume 2, pp. 1-10, Hong Kong, International Association of Engineers, ISBN 978-988-14048-8-6,
[Book Section]

Wang, Yübo ; Dittmann, Michaela ; Anderl, Reiner (2018):
Holistic Scenarios by using Platform Technologies with Human-Machine-Collaboration for small batch-sized production.
In: Advances in Neuroergonomics and Cognitive Engineering, Springer, ISBN 978-3-319-94866-9,
[Book Section]

Wang, Yübo ; Tran, Thi Diem My ; Anderl, Reiner (2018):
Toolbox Approach for the Development of new Business Models in Industrie 4.0.
In: Lecture Notes in Engineering and Computer Science: Proceedings of World Congress on Engineering and Computer Science 2018, pp. 682-690,
UC Berkeley, CA, USA, International Association of Engineers (IAENG), [Conference or Workshop Item]

Wang, Yübo ; Fakhry, Riham ; Rohr, Sebastian ; Anderl, Reiner
Ao, S.-I. ; Kim, H. K. ; Castillo, O. ; Chan, A. H.-S. ; Katagiri, H. (eds.) (2018):
IT-Security Concept Cornerstones in Industrie 4.0.
In: International MultiConference of Engineers and Computer Scientists 2017 : Transactions on Engineering Technologies, pp. 17-30,
Singapur, Springer, ISBN 978-981-10-7488-2,
[Conference or Workshop Item]

Wang, Yübo ; Towara, Thilo ; Anderl, Reiner
Ao, S.-I ; Kim, H.K ; Castillo, O. ; Chan, A.H.-S. ; Katagiri, H. (eds.) (2018):
Technology Landscape 4.0.
In: World Congress on Engineering and Computer Science 2017 : Transactions on Engineering Technologies, pp. 31-45,
Singapur, Springer, ISBN 978-981-13-2191-7,
[Conference or Workshop Item]

2017

Wang, Yübo ; Towara, Thilo ; Anderl, Reiner (2017):
Topological Approach for Mapping Technologies in Reference Architectural Model Industrie 4.0 (RAMI 4.0).
In: Lecture Notes in Engineering and Computer Science, II, In: Proceedings of 25th World Congress on Engineering and Computer Science 2017, pp. 982-990, San Francisco, CA, USA, International Association of Engineers (IAENG), Newswood Limited, ISBN 978-988-14048-4-8,
[Book Section]

Wang, Yübo ; Anderl, Reiner (2017):
Platform Technologies in Industrie 4.0.
Sino-German Intelligent Manufacturing Entrepreneurs Conference II, Nanjing, China, 27.-28.07.2017, [Conference or Workshop Item]

Wang, Yübo ; Steinmetz, Christian ; Sandig, Oliver ; Ellerbrock, Christof ; Anderl, Reiner (2017):
Potential and influence of Industrie 4.0 in oral implantology products and their production for patient, dentist and dental laboratory.
In: Advances in Human Factors and Ergonomics in Healthcare and Medical Devices, Springer, ISBN 978-3-319-60483-1,
[Book Section]

Arndt, Alexander ; Wang, Yübo ; Anderl, Reiner (2017):
Technological approaches in Industrie 4.0.
Industrial Internet Summit, Chengdu, China, 15.-16.06.2017, [Conference or Workshop Item]

Wang, Yübo ; Anderl, Reiner (2017):
Secure digital transformation in vertical and horizontal integration for product development and intelligent manufacturing.
Industrial Internet Summit. Intelligent Plant: Key of intelligent Manufacturing, Chengdu, China, 15.-16.06.2017, [Conference or Workshop Item]

Wang, Yübo ; Anderl, Reiner (2017):
The IUNO project: Technology-Data-Marketplace as a use case for IT-Security in Industrie 4.0.
20th ProSTEP iViP Symposium, Essen, 17.-18.05.2018, [Conference or Workshop Item]

Wang, Yübo ; Wolfenstetter, Thomas ; Tantik, Erdal ; Anderl, Reiner ; Esslinger, Ernst (2017):
Das Projekt IUNO Nationales Referenzprojekt zur IT-Sicherheit in Industrie 4.0.
In: Digitale Gesellschaft zwischen Risikobereitschaft und Sicherheitsbedürfnis : Tagungsband zum 15. Deutschen IT-Sicherheitskongress,
Bonn, [Conference or Workshop Item]

Wang, Yübo ; Anokhin, Oleg ; Anderl, Reiner (2017):
Concept and Use Case driven Approach for Mapping IT Security requirements on System Assets and Processes in Industrie 4.0.
In: Procedia CIRP, 63, In: Manufacturing Systems 4.0 – Proceedings of the 50th CIRP Conference on Manufacturing Systems, pp. 207-212, [Book Section]

Wang, Yübo ; Fakhry, Riham ; Rohr, Sebastian ; Anderl, Reiner (2017):
Combined Secure Process and Data Model for IT-Security in Industrie 4.0.
In: Lecture Notes in Engineering and Computer Science, In: Proceedings of the 25th International MultiConference of Engineers and Computer Scientists 2017, pp. 846-852, Hong Kong, International Association of Engineers (IAENG), Newswood Limited, ISBN 978-988-14047-3-2,
[Book Section]

Wang, Yübo ; Wolfenstetter, Thomas ; Tantik, Erdal ; Anderl, Reiner ; Esslinger, Ernst (2017):
Das Projekt IUNO : Nationales Referenzprojekt zur IT-Sicherheit in Industrie 4.0.
In: Digitale Gesellschaft zwischen Risikobereitschaft und Sicherheitsbedürfnis, Gau-Algesheim, SecuMedia Verlag, ISBN 978-3-933746-93-5,
[Book Section]

2016

Wang, Yübo ; Wang, Gong ; Anderl, Reiner (2016):
Generic Procedure Model to Introduce Industrie 4.0 in Small and Medium-sized Enterprises.
In: Lecture Notes in Engineering and Computer Science, In: Proceedings of The 24th World Congress on Engineering and Computer Science 2016, pp. 971-976, San Francisco, CA, USA, International Association of Engineers (IAENG), Newswood Limited, ISBN 978-988-14048-2-4,
[Book Section]

Anderl, Reiner ; Wang, Yübo (2016):
Erarbeitung und Einführung neuer Geschäftsmodelle.
Konferenz Mittelstand 4.0 (KonM4.0), Darmstadt, 15.-16.02.2016, [Conference or Workshop Item]

2015

Wang, Yübo ; Anderl, Reiner (2015):
Industrie 4.0 – Digitalisierung – Chancen und Herausforderungen für den Mittelstand.
VDMA - Lufttechnik - Geschäftsführer Workshop, Mühlheim am Main, Lämmerspiel, 20.10.2015, [Conference or Workshop Item]

Anderl, Reiner ; Picard, André ; Wang, Yübo ; Fleischer, Jürgen ; Dosch, Steffen ; Klee, Benedikt ; Bauer, Jörg
VDMA und Partner (Corporate Creator) (2015):
Leitfaden Industrie 4.0 - Orientierungshilfe zur Einführung in den Mittelstand.
Frankfurt, VDMA Forum Industrie 4.0, ISBN 978-3-8163-0677-1,
[Book]

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