Basic knowledge (from Bachelor’s level) on Materialwirtschaft, Logistics, controlling and strategic planning.
|Learning target / Competences||
The aim of the overall module is to provide students with knowledge and understanding of the essential aspects of logistics and its digitalization, as well as the ability to apply this in practice. Students will thus be able to independently complete a task in the field of picking, storage and sorting technology in accordance with construction engineering rules and search for technical and economic solutions in a structured manner, combining their existing logistics knowledge with ideas of their own. They will recognize pportunities for digitalization in logistics and identify the associated requirements for IT support. Students can design medium-sized warehousing, picking and sorting systems independently and according to technical and economic criteria. They can lead projects in logistics expertly, and discuss and defend their own results with experts in the field. They understand and assess information technology trends and their potential fields of application. Based on the contents of this module students should furthermore be able to expand their knowledge of technology, IT, methods and guidelines with a view to the requirements and boundary conditions of a project task.
|Hours per week||6.0|
|Requirements for awarding credit points||
Module assessment: Written exam (K120) and project work (PA)
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Ingo Dittrich
|Recommended semester||1. or 2. Semester|
Digital Solutions in Logistics
Logistics Management in Trade and Industry
Logistics Management Project Seminar