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Robot Oriented Design (ROD) 
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seminar
2
Winter semester 2020/21
Chair of Building Realization and Robotics (Prof. Bock)
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Angaben zur Abhaltung
In this module, the following topics will be taught:

- historical, present and future developments and trends in automated and robotic construction;
- categorization of systems and technologies;
- basic principles of robotics in construction;
- basic principles of production systems planning;
- analysis of the role of modularity, standardization, and platforms in automated and robotic construction;
- automation-, robot-, production-, and logistics-oriented planning;
- value chains and business models in automated robotic construction.
No specific previous knowledge required.
After successfully participating in the module, the students are able to:

- understand and name the basic concepts and principles governing the use of automation and robotics in construction;
- conceive of the building as a product and the construction process as a production process;
- understand the synergetic interactions between product development/planning, production processes, and lifecycle behavior of complex construction products;
- transfer the gained knowledge to comparable case studies and simultaneously develop new solutions for predefined practical questions.
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The module is an interactive seminar in which at the beginning of the semester basic knowledge is taught by the lecturer. This basic knowledge serves as a key element in inducing further engagement in the seminar, allowing the student to transfer it to selected case studies. Based on predefined problems and inferences from current research and practice of the chair, students should develop their own solutions for the selected case studies and discuss them with the lecturer and other students in regularly held discussion sessions. The problem-oriented discussions should offer assistance in coping with the case studies and at the same time should serve the students to understand the relationships and to illustrate potential solutions. At the end of the semester, the achieved solutions are both presented orally in a final presentation and written in documentation.
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Literature lists and recommendations will be distributed throughout in the context of individual seminar activities.