Constantin Scheuermann

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VANETS extend the driver's horizon to decrease traffic accidents by utilizing IEEE 802.11p wireless networks. In high density traffic situations an overloaded communication channel leads to significant packet loss. To overcome this problem multiple channels can be used in IEEE 802.11p. This itself leads to adjacent channel interference and impacts the(More)
Humans are an essential part of the manufacturing domain. In factory environments the support to humans can offer benefits. Such benefits can for example be monetary as processes are accelerated, time can be saved. Benefits can also be ergonomic improvements offering hands-free operations during daily tasks. Hands-free operations are of special interest in(More)
Since the late 90s the idea of mass customization in industry is present. The main goal is to handle the consumer demand for customized products. Recent developments in research, engineering and technology enable industries to move from profitable linear assembly lines to profitable non-linear, dynamic assembly lines to satisfy such a demand. Industry 4.0,(More)
The interconnection and exchange of information is a basic requirement to enable Smart Cities. Such an interconnection must be realized within each domain (vertically) as well as among different domains (horizontally). Typical domains cover energy, automotive, health, intelligent buildings, transportation, manufacturing as well as the military domain.(More)
In interdisciplinary software engineering project courses, where more than just programming skills are needed, identifying and understanding the problem in an early project stage is essential. Our experience shows that a pure scrum based agile development approach does not fit the needs of such projects. To teach agile development courses with the goal to(More)
A tear of the Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) is a severe knee injury that requires up to a year of rehabilitation. Patients sustaining an ACL injury perform rehabilitation exercises mostly at home unsupervised. Orthopedists meet patients at time intervals as long as three months and lack quantitative ways to measure and keep track of the rehabilitation(More)
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