Matthias Loskyll

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The growing competition between manufacturers demands a higher versatility of factory automation technology. Component based automation principles propose an opportunity to address these challenges by encapsulating the functionality of mechatronic components in an abstract way. Service-oriented approaches depict a promising possibility to realize such(More)
For the design and development of graphical user interfaces, designers have to take various guidelines, standards and target platform characteristics into account. This is often a hard and time consuming activity because guidelines are spread over multiple documents using different styles, and furthermore it requires considerable effort to verify whether a(More)
The development of Industry 4.0 will be accompanied by changing tasks and demands for the human in the factory. As the most flexible entity in cyber-physical production systems, workers will be faced with a large variety of jobs ranging from specification and monitoring to verification of production strategies. Through technological support it is guaranteed(More)
The increasing competition between manufacturers, the shortening of innovation cycles and the growing importance of resource-efficient manufacturing demand a higher versatility of factory automation. Service-oriented approaches depict a promising possibility to realize new control architectures by encapsulating the functionality of mechatronic devices into(More)
Ontologies continuously become larger and more complex, and therefore more and more difficult to maintain, to edit and to develop by one single person or a small group of experts. The basic principle of Web 2.0, on the other hand, is to use the willingness and knowledge of a huge community of users to create rich user-generated content. The obvious idea(More)
Current production systems become more complex. The increase of complexity is often relayed to the user interface. The transfer of new interaction techniques from the area of information and communication technology into the area of the production automation is a possibility to decrease the operating complexity. This paper introduces several demonstrators(More)
Collaborative ontology development combines the community approach of Web 2.0 with one of the key technologies of the Semantic Web; therefore, this idea perfectly fits to the definition of Web 3.0 by Wahlster and Dengel [4]. In this demo description we present UbisEditor, an easy-to-use web tool for the creation and manipulation of structured collective(More)
Ontologies continuously become larger and more complex, and therefore more and more difficult to maintain, to edit and to develop by one single person or a small group of experts. The basic principle of Web 2.0, on the other hand, is to use the willingness and knowledge of a huge community of users to create rich user-generated content. The obvious idea(More)
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