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Bach­e­lor the­sis „Data­base sup­port­ed build­ing automation“

Adri­an Majew­s­ki stud­ies Elec­tri­cal Engi­neer­ing in the field automa­tion and dri­ve engi­neer­ing at the FH Aachen. For the real­iza­tion of his prac­tice project and the bach­e­lor the­sis con­struct­ed on it he choos­es the com­pa­ny Qual­i­ty Automa­tion. A sub­ject was found quick­ly: „Data­base sup­port­ed build­ing automa­tion“. The sub­ject build­ing automa­tion becom­ing more and more pop­u­lar was new­ly planned by Mr. Majew­s­ki and was imple­ment­ed with indus­tri­al automa­tion com­po­nents (SIMAT­IC SPS und HMI) accord­ing to the focal point of busi­ness of Qual­i­ty Automa­tion. High­lights of the bach­e­lor the­sis were the inte­gra­tion of the weath­er fore­cast into the heater con­trol and the read­out of the gas meter clock by a nor­mal web­cam. Now it becomes pos­si­ble for the employ­ees to oper­ate the build­ing automa­tion by fixed touch pan­els or by their own PC. 

Sub­se­quent to the col­lo­qui­um tak­ing place in the train­ing cen­tre of QA it quick­ly becomes cer­tain for the exam­in­ing pro­fes­sor Ulrich Hoff­mann (FH-Aachen) and the sec­ond exam­in­er Jonas Noeth­lichs (QA) that this effort can only be eval­u­at­ed with the top grade (1,0). The com­pa­ny Qual­i­ty Automa­tion com­pli­ments Mr. Majew­s­ki to the passed exam­i­na­tion and looks for­ward to a pos­si­ble coop­er­a­tion in case of his mas­ter thesis.

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