The project DIMLA aims at developing a flexible and adaptive system of key performance indicators (KPI) grid which helps to evaluate maturity levels of SMEs in the aerospace industry. The grid will cover the following three areas: a) Description and categorization of considered companies, b) Digital technology maturity levels and c) Internationalization maturity levels.
In August 2018 LogU started working on the IHATEC research project ROboB (Release Order based on Blockchain) together with DAKOSY and associated partners. It is planned to investigate how the sea freight release order for imported goods can be managed using the Blockchain technology.
Ports, terminals and storage facilities are often located close to residential areas, thus potentially exposing a large number of people to the consequences of accidents. The HAZARD project deals with these concerns by bringing together rescue services, other authorities, logistics operators and established knowledge partners.
Due to the advancing digitalization and the trend towards Industry 4.0, small and medium enterprises (SME) are forced to implement measures to adapt to the accompanying changes. In that process, the companies are often missing sufficient information, how to proceed in this transformation. Also, implementation projects that could showcase good practices with the potential to work as demonstration material, are missing.
More than twenty-five years ago, the Global Supply Chain Network (BVL) launched the study series “Trends and Strategies in Logistics and Supply Chain Management”. Since then, the project has produced information about future developments and possible courses of action, so that it functions as a leading source for logistics and supply chain management experts.
„Wir haben versucht, die falschen Dinge zu kopieren“ (Rother, Mike (2009): Die Kata des Weltmarktführers, S.22)
Entwicklung einer Methodik zur situationsadäquaten Implementierung von Lean Management in der Logistik
Open Innovation für KMU in der Logistik: Theorie, Methoden & Anwendungskonzept
Ziel des Projektes OI.log „Open Innovation in Logistics“ ist die Analyse, Auswahl und Anpassung in anderen Industrien erfolgreich umgesetzter Open Innovation Methoden für die Anwendung durch kleine und mittelständische Logistikdienstleister.
Open Innovation in der Logistik
Nowadays, supply chains are highly complex and exposed to an increasing vulnerability against risks due to strong dependencies between the supply chain actors. The past has shown severe interruptions in the supply chain as a result of natural and/or man-made disasters. Concerning this risk management and especially supply chain risk management (SCRM) has become an important management tool. Nevertheless, supply chain risk management has to face the challenge to identify, analyze and control cross-company risks which occur somewhere in the supply chain.