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Since 2020, the 5G infrastructure provided by Nokia in ARENA2036 has been available to all project partners, enabling disruptive innovation and optimal flexibility of existing industrial use cases.
ANTS4.0 analyzes the transfer of the organizational capability of ant colonies to the internal transport of goods in manufacturing companies and demonstrates the possibilities using a real factory environment.
The EU project DARKO aims to optimise flexible processes in the factory of the future. In the industrial environment, the cooperation of man and machine is enhanced and the movements of the robots are analysed and further developed.
Design Factory Stuttgart is an open learning-by-doing platform for students and industry partners to strengthen innovation potential through various human-centered formats.
The project objective of DigitPro is to develop the digital prototype of a fiber composite plastic component with all design, construction and production steps and thus create the basis for reliable data exchange along the process.
Within the framework of the KulturRegion Stuttgart, the artists Nora Al-Badri and Nikolai Nelles conducted thought experiments on the research campus in which the potentials of automation were reflected upon.
ARENA2036 is part of EINST4INE, the "European Training Network for InduStry Digital Transformation across Innovation Ecosystems", a partnership network of the fields of Industry 4.0, digital transformation and innovation environments.
As a common basis for the individual technologies of the FlexCAR project, the Rolling Chassis is an electrically driven and fully X-by-Wire controlled research platform with accessible and open software and hardware.
As the start of the research factory, the project objective was to set up and operate a transformative research production facility with innovative concepts for the automotive production of the future.
The Future Work Lab sees is an innovation laboratory for work, people and technology and is also a contact point for questions relating to the digitalization of industrial value creation in medium-sized companies.
The Holodeck is used to develop and test VR and AR-based technologies that simplify global collaboration in product development and enable the user experience to be optimized in a wide range of use cases.
The goal of the InterSpiN partner project is the implementation of a cognitive digital twin on the way to resilient production; for optimization, I4Production deals with real-time monitoring of production performance.
Industrial Communication for Factories (IC4F) is concerned with the development of a reference architecture for industrial communication including 5G with a focus on IT security, reliability, real-time capability and resilience of the systems.
The Innovation Initiative Wire Harness promotes automation in the development, production and assembly of the wiring harness, which is one of the most complex single components in the automotive industry.
As part of the factory of the future, the Interactive Floor is the most important infrastructure element of flexible logistics and production. In the ARENA2036, these processes are analyzed and optimized in real time on the Bosch demonstrator.
InterSpiN was the BMBF's funding measure for the internationalization of leading-edge clusters, future projects and comparable networks and supports, among others, the ARENA2036 focus project DIREKT.
The main objective of the LAIchter project was to develop multidisciplinarily optimized lightweight structures with the support of machine learning in the most time- and material-efficient way possible, as well as in a way that is suitable for production.
The result of LeiFu is proven, highly function-integrated lightweight structures made of fiber-reinforced plastics that are suitable for large-scale production, weight-saving and resource-efficient.
The aim of ProdUXion was to create framework conditions to design technologies from the outset in such a way that they can be used as easily and flexibly as possible in the production environment by all employees involved.
In the project "Series capability of additive printing technology using metallic semi-finished products (SerAddMeHa)", processes for laser-based 3D printing of automotive components from metallic semi-finished products were analyzed and optimized.
Space-A is a DLR manufacturing facility whose hybrid mode of operation enables it to achieve high build rates with common materials and is used, for example, in the production of structural parts for the Next Generation Car family.
Tapping the transfer potential of networked production technologies for Smart City 5G applications promotes research, industry and infrastructure in the Synergy Region Stuttgart.