Network for innovative logistics – IT from a single source of the logistics sector has undergone profound changes in recent decades and faces further major challenges: the topics of the future of logistics are varied from the camp of the future through the development of new logistics navigation solutions up to the economically and ecologically sensible use of resources. But all have one thing in common: the symbiotic relationship between IT and logistics is accelerating. Against this background was the initiative of the IT store, to combine IT and logistics, to form a network, and to work on projects together. From this, the network developed for innovative logistics (NIL), a technology network, which brings together IT logistics specialists from various disciplines, to provide system-wide solutions. The network is coordinated by the IT storage (IT incubator East Bavaria GmbH) and supported by the programme ZIM NEMO”by the Federal Ministry of economics. Logistic The companies of the network competencies of the companies of the network have competences in the areas production automation, warehouse logistics, transport logistics, merchandise management, process simulation, video data processing, RFID, simulation and optimization of logistical processes using mathematical methods. First joint projects such as the integration of RFID or tour, video data and inventory management are already nearing completion. Offer new applications, significant cost benefits and are first steps towards the realization of a repeatedly expressed wanting of the industry: the synchronization and linking of material and data flow.
In regular public events, the network about the latest developments of IT logistics informed briefings. The network for innovative logistics works closely with the Innovation Center for production logistics and factory planning of the University of Regensburg. By the close interaction of business and science improvement potentials can in the Logistics are developed and implemented quickly in practice. Company network – Klug GmbH – Systema system development GmbH – initPRO GmbH – TM3 Software GmbH – SimPlan AG – Optitool GmbH – Optware GmbH – Dallmeier of electronic GmbH & Co.KG – University of Regensburg (Prof. Dr. Frank Herrmann) – University of Regensburg (Prof. Dr. Gunther Pernul) objectives:-integration of IT solutions of network partners in a service oriented architecture – managing logistics chain from the supplier to the recipient – provide the expertise of the network partners – implementation of innovation-driven or customer – projects – creating business alliances and distribution partnerships – network as a platform for Exchange of experience – sales and marketing channel offer you want to improve your logistic processes? Then please contact us. We gladly inform you what options can offer the companies of the network.