SYSTEMA is a software specialist for semi and high automated digital smart manufacturing and lean production in high-tech and discrete manufacturing industries such as Semiconductor, Renewable Energy, Electronic Assembly, Automotive, Medical Devices, Aerospace & Defense, Steel Industry, or Biotechnology.

Clients around the globe are supported with comprehensive software solutions, services and “best of breed” standard products that are cost-effective, improve productivity and meet regulatory compliance requirements. SYSTEMA has built a strong reputation amongst clients and has established long-term collaborative partnerships providing expertise to advance clients’ competitive advantage through enterprise-level manufacturing software solutions.

Therefore, SYSTEMA provides seamless system integration, automation and optimization of end-to-end processes from production order entry, through planning and execution to delivery. SYSTEMA’s experts are analyzing, consulting, designing, building, testing, deploying, operating and supporting complex and global solutions across the layers Equipment Integration, Manufacturing Execution Systems, ERP integration and manufacturing-related Business Intelligence.

When it comes to “Industrie 4.0” and “Internet of Things” with their large data volumes and overall consideration of cost-benefit-functions, SYSTEMA enables clients to run intelligent, dynamic, adaptive and high-performing control, monitoring, analyzing, assessing and optimizing of production processes and manufacturing lines.

SYSTEMA founded in 1993, is a privately owned and operated medium-sized software enterprise with more than 150 employees. Headquartered in Dresden, Germany SYSTEMA has offices in Regensburg, Germany, Corvallis, OR, Bend, OR (both US) and Ipoh, Malaysia.

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SYSTEMA Systementwicklung Dipl.-Inf. Manfred Austen GmbH
Manfred-von-Ardenne-Ring 6
01099 Dresden


SYSTEMA will design, develop and demonstrate core components of the required real-time information system and functions, which is configurable on multiple levels, and which offers best overall system performance (minimization of algorithmic complexity). Goal is to support customers with best system and information quality, and to support human-machine requirements in complex and highly automated production environments. SYSTEMA will own the task to design and develop all required components, and evaluate required standard solutions (such as data base systems, messaging systems, hardware systems). Goal is to focus on standard platforms and solutions.

Infineon will take ownership of the use case, and SYSTEMA will specify in close cooperation with Infineon the detailed requirements in order to fulfill this project.

Key Contribution

Contribution to WP2: Smart collaboration40 and Virtual Engineering

  • 3 real time controlling and documentation: “Global real-time control and traceability of development material / development lots”:
    • real-time forecasting and due data control
    • Specific focus on world-wide controllability and traceability

Matching and control with data from “toolbox”, goal: continuous evaluation of costs, provide inputs / proposals for most profitable development routing)

Contribution to WP4: Collaboration40

  • Task 4.3.1: Human-Machine Interaction in Complex Systems (Task Lead):
    • Interacting in complex automated systems:
      1. Analyze and overcome the so-called “automation dilemma” in highly automated production environments
      2. contribution to extend SYSTEMA’s Holistic Information Model HIM with regard to a) -> built functional pattern to demonstrate labor / knowledge-specific requirements for highly automated production systems
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