Fraunhofer Institute for Material Flow and Logistics

Biointelligent Systems

“Nature never thought of introducing a central computer.” - Interview with Prof. Dr. Dr. h. c. Michael ten Hompel

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“Everything in motion”

Many success stories and major projects have shaped our scientific work over the past year. The new annual report provides insights!

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Plan logistics – guarantee mobility – design the future

Logistics consulting by specialists: Fraunhofer Institute for Material Flow and Logistics advises companies of all industries and sizes in all questions about material flow and logistics. For our customers we offer widespread services:

As consultants we support in fulfilling new tasks and meeting requirements, as researchers we work out new solutions together with our customers, as planners we help to optimize the internal and external logistics and as developers we realize solutions in soft- and hardware. In the process, Fraunhofer IML focuses on company-specific, made-to-measure solutions and accompanies its customers from planning to implementation.

 

News

 

Scientific community is focusing on research transfer

Ecosystem for digital Innovations develops new dynamic

 

Super-Computer opens new doors

Fraunhofer IML pushes forward AI research in logistics with a novel supercomputer

 

When machines negotiate with machines

Novel Industry 4.0-Testbed Clarifies Highly Topical Legal Issues

 

Supporting the ICT Innovation for Manufacturing SMEs

Success Story: Start-Up uses MIDIH Funding for Product Development

 

Newsletter “logistics ahead“

The international newsletter of Fraunhofer IML "logistics ahead" updates about news of the institute as well as current research results.

 

News-archive

Find more international news of Fraunhofer IML in the archive.

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The Social Networked Industry

Find out more about our picture of the future and the possibilities of human-machine interaction.

 

International Activities

»A strong international network with excellent partners has the potential to boost innovation in logistics.«

Prof. Dr. Michael ten Hompel, Managing Director at Fraunhofer IML