Vladimir Kutscher, M.Sc.
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Vladimir Kutscher studied Mechanical and Process Engineering (MPE) at Technsiche Universität Darmstadt until 2017. In his master's thesis he developed and implemented a concept for automated communication between production plants for Industrie 4.0.
Since 2018 he is applied as a research assistant at the Department of Computer Integrated Design at the TU Darmstadt.
Since summer semester 2018 Mr. Kutscher supervises the lecture “Virtual Product Development B” (ViP B) in the master’s program. This lecture focusses on the fundamentals and the importance of product data management as well as on introducing common methods and functions of product data management systems.
The LOEWE project “Software-Factory 4.0” is a research project funded by the HMWK (Hessian Ministry of Science and Art).
The Software-Factory 4.0 deals with the reengineering of Software as an alternative to software forward engineering. Through directed and automated adaptation of existing software, the original know-how of the developers should be maintained and at the same time meet new requirements and changed boundary conditions. The aim of the reengineering is to enable faster availability and lower costs compared to development from scratch.
Vladimir Kutscher is involved in the subproject “Reengineering for the Industry 4.0” at the Software-Factory 4.0. The aim of this subproject is to develop an efficient, stepwise methodology for upgrading existing production machines to CPPS (cyber-physical production systems). For this purpose, existing systems should be reconstructed and digital twins created. A CNC-Laser-Plotter in virtual and physical form is used as a test environment.