RWTH Aachen Campus contributes significantly towards highlighting the research competence available at RWTH University. The project creates a unique symbiosis of science and industry. Here, experts research specifically defined, relevant topics. Long-term areas of research are represented in clusters. These clusters are subdivided into centers, in which interdisciplinary teams and industry consortia work jointly on specific issues of the future and develop visionary solution approaches.
The Center Smart Commercial Building in the Smart Logistics Cluster on RWTH Aachen Campus monitors the development and concept creation of smart buildings.
The Center Building and Infrastructure Engineering (CBI) in the Construction Cluster started early last year with ten enrolled companies.
As an enrolled member from the very beginning, CEO Dipl.-Ing. Frank Lagemann gives an interview about his company’s work in the Center Smart Services.
RWTH Aachen University officially handed over a 10,000 square meter site to the Center Construction Robotics (CCR) in the Construction Cluster for its envisaged…
The Center Smart Commercial Building in the Smart Logistics Cluster on RWTH Aachen Campus monitors the development and concept creation of smart buildings, bundles all the expert knowledge available on RWTH Aachen Campus and coordinates the collaboration between enrolled industry, software and research partners. It offers a unique platform for businesses, research institutes, software and service providers. Our interview with Alexandra Köther, Head of Innovation Projects, offers insights into the Center Smart Commercial Building.
RWTH Aachen University handed over a 10,000 square meter site to the Center Construction Robotics (CCR) in the Construction Cluster for its envisaged reference construction site. An interdisciplinary team of RWTH Aachen academics will use digitalization as its research basis in the Center Construction Robotics in conjunction with a European industry consortium at this construction site of the future – research topics will include many issues from pre-production of construction elements to fully automated construction sites. The reference construction site, a pilot project starting up temporarily on Campus West, will serve as a reality laboratory. Find out more about the reference construction site here!
Our research centers introduce themselves and their topics