Lehrstuhl für Angewandte Softwaretechnik
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TÜV SÜD Innovation Award 2017: First Place

TÜV SÜD has awarded the TÜV SÜD Innovation Award for the first time: joint winners are Tarek Ouertani (Munich Workaround GmbH) and Constantin Scheuermann (TU Munich, Chair for Applied Software Engineering). Together they have developed the intelligent working glove ProGlove, which simplifies workflows in production and logistics thanks to innovative scanning technology. The prize is endowed with 25.000 Euro and is aimed at small and medium-sized enterprises (SME), which have developed and already launched market-oriented products or services in cooperation with science. The iPraktikum 2015 ILAS project laid the foundations for a successful research cooperation.

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CPSSC 2016 @ SE 2016

CPSSCThe Chair for Applied Software Engineering is hosting the 1st International Workshop on Cyber-Physical Systems in the Context of Smart Cities. It will take place on the 23rd of February 2016 in Vienna. This workshop is a forum for authors to present their early research findings in the field of Cyber-Physical Systems in the context of Smart Cities. The workshop aims at overviews, theoretical approaches, tools and frameworks, applications, system infrastructures and test beds for Cyber-Physical Systems. A detailed description and the Call for Papers can be found at CPSSC website. We are looking forward to receive your paper submissions.

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ILAS @ Automobilwoche Kongress

AutomobilKongress During the iOS Practical Course SS 2015 the Incident Localization and Assistance System (ILAS) has been implemented at the Chair for Applied Software Engineering. In cooperation with T-Systems International GmbH, ProGlove and the Institute of Automation and Information Systems at TUM, 8 students and Constantin Scheuermann as project leader implemented a system that supports production line experts during their maintenance routines. The core of the framework is the integration of a smart glove (ProGlove) in combination with a smart phone and a web application.
The project was successfully presented at T-Systems Innovation Center Munich and recently at Automobilwoche Kongress 2015 in Berlin. It will also be presented at this years 3rd IEEE ICCC International Workshop on Internet of Things in Shenzhen, China.
Thanks to Alexander Harlass, Galina Volynets, Johannes, Bachhuber, Konstantin Kromer, Leonardo Serra, Maximilian Strobel, Sri Vishnu Totakura and Ulrike Niemann for their great effort during the project.

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